Seeing Differently Challenge – 11 of 15

Today I’m sharing my 11th image of the seeing differently challenge.

After the frost..
Morning sunrise… after the frost..

Last week we had a white frost.

I always enjoy looking at the white covering and how it changes everything.  This image was taken as the frost was disappearing in the sunlight and still holding on in some of the shadows.

When I was capturing this image, I envisioned it as B&W (I shot in colour), but surprisingly, I liked it better in it’s morning monochrome, with hints of gold and green.

Squint to see the patterns 🙂

I’m amazed that October is flying by.. and I have yet to find 4 more images. I hope you’ve been enjoying exploring seeing differently.

If this challenge (idea) appeals to you, please jump in. You are welcome!  Even though we are on the home run, some folks are going to share a gallery after they find their images.. Looking forward to seeing them 🙂

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To read about this challenge for October – see details here

6 thoughts on “Seeing Differently Challenge – 11 of 15

  1. That’s the first frost I’ve seen this year (in an image). No frost yet down here in Sussex. You were absolutely right to consider a B&W conversion, and absolutely right to decide that it detracted from the importance of those delicate colours. This is one of those images where the colour punches above its weight. Lovely shot.


    1. I love photographing the frost Andy – we had another this morning. Hopefully we’ll be seeing some warmer weather here on the tablelands (Au) very soon.
      I’m glad you agree with my decision to keep the colour. Although I love B&W – sometimes it just doesn’t explain enough of the story 🙂 As you say, the delicate tones were important. Thank you!


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