Sunday, October 19, 2008

Two Things Challenge is Black / White

Glacial Deposit
Much of the shore is scattered with sheared rock of various sizes.

Infrared creates stark white and deep black colors. Or, anti colors. I remember learning in art class that black and white are not colors at all.

Exposure: 6 sec (6)
Aperture: f/9
Focal Length: 50 mm
ISO Speed: 100


  1. Great contribution today DL> YOu are all over that infrared lens aren't you! It's perfect today. I of course had a cute BW doggy photo and forgot about 2 Things because I got carried away with the photo I put up today. Waaaah. I 'm not a member to Team 2 Things! Rats.

  2. These photos, and the one yesterday, are an excellent contrast to your colourful autumn photos of late. Great post.

    p.s - and I've learn't black and white aren't colours at all. Very cool :)

  3. Quite right, technically they rae not colours at all. Startling images, especially the oil like water.

  4. Nice B&W's. I really like the light leaves and dark rock.

    In art class (paint), isn't black a mixture of all colors? It's the opposite with monitors since white is a mixture of all colors in light I believe...

  5. I like the glacial deposits! Nice work on the B&W.