Weekly Photo Challenge: Saturation (in a rain forest)

Weekly Photo Challenge: Saturation (in a rain forest)Saturation 062

The black and white photo really captures the rain.  Saturation 055

 

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4 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Saturation (in a rain forest)

    • The joys of living in a rain forest is that it can be gray and wet for many months. The rain, unlike snow, is hard to photograph but it worked out well in the black and white photograph. Thank you for your kind works and may you have a beautiful and inspiring October as well 🙂

      • Yes, I have to agree because I’ve tried a few times capturing the rain but the photo turned up like a non-rainy one…LOL…

        I love winter photos very much especially those with snow covering the trees…

        Thank you for sharing so many beautiful views that we won’t get to see in my country and may you have a wonderful weekend ahead, always~ Cheers!! 😀

  1. I also enjoy the snow filled photos and am more than happy that many years gone by the snow settles here only for a day and then is gone.

    The city of Victoria is ill equipped to deal with any real snow so when we do get the white stuff everything all but stops! Actually it is fun, it is fun to throw, to watch children and animals frolic in it but then we have to shovel it to the corners of the walk ways (it is heavy) and mound it up in parking lots. Snow is a lot of work. Perhaps it will be cold enough this year and I will be able to get some of the virgin (no soot or auto exhaust to discolor it) snow photos. Winter is still a few months away but already the cold is seeping into the corners unseasonably.

    Have a great weekend. Enjoy your warmth!

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