The difference between a color image and a B&W image used to be … color. At least when I last looked at it yesterday.
Today’s weather is an off-color joke. This image was taken at 3:16pm. We had a bit of snowfall all day, and now the shroud begins to stick. At first I wanted to produce the image in B&W, but then I noticed that it really made no difference, and for demonstration purposes I left it “in color”.
Nikon 18-200 at 105mm, f13, ISO 100 and 1/13s, shot from the tripod with mirror lockup.
The other image, taken with the Sigma 10-20 at 12mm, f8 and 2s is from our garden. It was only this weekend that I recognized how bleak this landscape had become, how naked and barren it looked. The leaves had fallen, everything was prepared for winter …
… and now it is here.
The Song of the Day is “Off Color” from The Microscopic Septet’s album “Surrealistic Swing: History of the Micros, Vol. 2”.