Looking for meanings in words, images and sounds
Our dear challenger Sonel has come up with another marvelous idea for her Black and White Photo Challenge: Texture. I’ve decided to show both, example of texture in music and in photograph 🙂 Happy Tuesday!
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Thank you hon 🙂 *hugs*
Stunning take on the entry Paula. Lovely shot and the song is one of my favourites by Queen. Thanks so much for taking part and for sharing hon. Much appreciated. 😀 *big hugs*
A hug and a kiss coming your way :). I’ve seen Jo has come up with boats for week 15 – 😀 how typical of her 😆
Don’t know what you mean, Paula 🙂 🙂 🙂
Thanks hon and yep, added it already to the list. Love her suggestion. I love boats as well. Was waiting for someone to suggest it and glad she did. 😀
One of my favourite pieces of music and I agree! Very textural. 🙂 This picture works well in black and white 😉
What colour do you think it was in the original?
I would guess something dark like black or a dark purple 😛
😀 It was red 🙂
I sort of guessed you would say it was a warmer colour 😛
That raspberry colour reminds me- must be almost time for a glass of wine. 🙂
You lush 😉 :D. I am dieting, and I am mean.. just a pint of lager for me today.
No, that wouldn’t do at all. I’ll have yours 🙂
Must be the aftermath of the hols?
Yes, I guess I am always mean and two pounds heavier after holiday binging 😀
The lovely croatian queen plays music of the Queen – a really good choice… 😉
I like that! It is like an cluster of alien planets, uninhabitable and yet, alive.
😆 I love your comment, Thanks GF 🙂
What is that object, I say? Seems something out of a science fiction movie. Graet shot, whatever it is.
Thank you so much Shakti 🙂
Lovely entry … the fruit looks good enough to eat as well…
Nice one. Looks delicious even though it is in black and white 🙂
Cheers Colline, it is one of the tastiest fruits of summer 🙂
without looking at the title I was going to say nice texture… well done 🙂
😀 so glad to hear that, Bashar 🙂
Wow you can really see the intricate pattern of the strawberries this way.
Thank you dear 🙂 These are raspberries 😉
I knew that, lol
Está para comérsela incluso en blanco & negro… las moras digo… Ains…! En que estarías pensando…!
Feliz Verano de aquí… con un besete de los besetes voladores de toda la vida…!
Feliz verano Josep. Para mi las vacaciones terminaron el mes pasado…. b7
Mis mejores deseos y mis mejores besos para ti…Chica Paula
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Great texture. Nice capture Paula!
Thank you so much Uday. A great compliment from a fine photographer 🙂
Voluptuous and strong….just like the flavor of raspberries!
😀 It is so nice to read you Annie 🙂 Thank you.
You’ve nailed the texture that’s for sure! I bet they were tasty!
Scrumptious 🙂 Have a great holiday CG!
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Perfect choice of photo and music Paula! But yours always are 🙂
Awww, thank you Madhu 🙂
cool choices all around, paula. bohemian rhapsody … now that’s textured!!!
😆 Thank you, Stephen, really 🙂
BEAUTIFUL, both mage +music.♥
🙂 Thank you Dina 🙂 Do you like raspberries?
And here’s another one! I’m loving my inbox treasure hunt 🙂
Love the texture and composition here Paula, I hope you enjoyed them after photographing them 😉
Oh yes, they were gone with a minute or two. I don’t have a garden, and have to buy my fruits. These ones go bad quickly and must be eaten at once 😀 It surprised me how much better the B&W was compared to the original take. There is no doubt that one must go monochrome when they want to accentuate the texture 😉
Me too, I’d love to grow my own, but don’t have the room in my yard, what little yard there is. Definitely, I bet the color was great, but a distraction when you want to accentuate the texture.
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