lily in black and white

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  1. nantes

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    Great Shot!!!! I think that could go as a postcard. Do you have a copy in color by chance?? Just wondering how that would look.
     
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    Very nice, but that is a Lotus, not a Lily. :wink:
     
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    Oops! You are right. I could try and defend myself by pointing out that the lotus is a member of the lily family. So in one sense it is a lily. However, that would be a lousy defense, because I didn't know that when I called it a lily.
     
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    Here you go hobbes28.

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    I think it's best in B&W but maybe a little more contrast.
     
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    I prefer the color version. It seems to show the tonal range a lot better.
     
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    ditto.
     
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    Karalee hOtLiPs!

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    Wow they are both fantastic! Its hard (in my opinion) to compose a flower in a way thats interesting so I definately give you props because both versions are great.
     
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    It looks better, IMO, in color. I've recently been taking more shots in B&W but I think the color is much better. Thanks for that. Great shot.
     
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    Me too, and usually I prefer BW.

    Wonderful, subtle colors.
     
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    the b&w is wonderful and just amazed me! Great job and creat contrast!
     

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