Life on a family farm
in the wilds of
Upstate New York
The first one is my fave - the contrast is great, its difficult to do when you have a high-contrast subject.I would have done piebald ponies if I was back in ireland ;)
I'm loving the second shot.
Nice shots. The first one is really cool.
Love 'em.Do they co-operate ?
Agreed! Love the spots in that first shot. Cool.
That first shot was pretty neat, you didn't even have to doctor the photo!
Terrific shots. Especially love the first one!
Interesting to see all the detail that pops out in b&w. Nice shots.
love the contrast in the first photo
that som true classi shots, loved the 1st shot to top.
Thank you all for your kind words. It was fun to test photos and see how they came through in black and white. Some were more dramatic, while others faded to drabness.
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Great shots! I never thought of starting with black & white animals, even tho some of mine are.
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