This is my third black and white nature photo portfolio that I will be sharing here on our blog. You can find the other three posts in this series here: 1) grand landscapes and 2) smaller scenes in nature (smaller slices of grand landscapes, intimate landscapes, and abstract views of natural subjects), and tips for creating better black and white photographs.
This post features black and white photos of plants, from both botanical gardens and wild settings. Wandering around while studying and photographing plants makes for a perfect day since plants are one of my favorite subjects. Plants tell an important part of the story of every landscape. And, they offer an endless array of shapes, patterns, and textures - qualities that can help create interesting black and white photographs. You can view all of these photos plus others, at a much larger size, in my Black + White: Plants portfolio.
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