Thursday, April 05, 2007

What I want to see

In case you're wondering, what's with the dark edges.. the wonderful colours of these tulips caught my attention through a hole of a wooden fence whilst on my way to belly dancing class yesterday. My first tulips of the season.

I know its spring and all, gosh, my eyes , something is wrong with my eyes..all I want to see is black and white; at least on my photos. see photo in colour , too.

19 comments:

Bleeding Orange said...

your choice of B&W is really good, perfect for this photo that I really really like. well done!

Olivier said...

belle version en b&w (tirant vers le sepia) je prefere à la version couleur. cela fait tres jardin secret

beautiful version in b&w (drawing towards sepia) I prefer with the version color. that made very secret garden

Kris said...

olivier,
mmm..secret garden . oh, i like your interpretation, Olivier!

Chuckeroon said...

Passing through again.......things look better and better every time. I liked the pigeons. The half disappeared one and the full one looked good together and nice angle. OK

isabella said...

So you are expressing your current mood by presenting the tulips in b&w...I guess that would contradict the point I was making on my post today ;-)

btw - how is the belly dancing going?

Fernando said...

There is something hidden or prohibited in that garden. A mystery photo.

ICE_Molly said...

What a lovely photo - b&w or colour! When I look at it, it makes me think of a greeting card...

Thanks for stopping by my blog, I'm new to this, but its been a blast so far!

Cheers!

dijah said...

black and white always looks good with any picture.I like the way you edit your pictures!

do you mind telling me where you edit your pictures?

Lessie said...

BELLY DANCING? :)

photowannabe said...

I love Oliver's interpetation of the Secret Garden. Believe it or not, I just finished reading the Secret Garden again. The first time was 50 years ago, so this was like the first time...

Kris said...

Photowannabe,
:) yes, it is always a nice feeling re-reading old literature

Lessie,
yup, been doing it 2 years plus now. Very enjoyable and not at all feel like exercising..but am no expert yet, far from it!!

Dijah,
of course I dont :) hmmm..its a bit long to tell you here. To start you should get at least Picasa..that is sufficient to enhance flaws of my photos. When you're comfortable with it, you can move on to more complicated stuff. which i'Ll tell you soon!

ice-molly,
you're welcome!

isabella,
once in a while we have doubts about our capability. just dont dwell on it and do something we're good at. About belly dancing, see my reply to Lessie ;)

thanks everyone for stopping by! :)

angela said...

I like this both ways; the b&w is more interesting and unusual. It also seems more secretive than the colour. On the other hand I love those spring tulips.
Angela

Carraol said...

Well, I prefer the B&W version, it add creativity & timing or patina to this view!

~tanty~ said...

Oh, I prefer the photo in color. It brighten my day :)

dijah said...

kris-thanks for the information!

capitan said...

Wonderful photo!
maravillosa foto

Kala said...

that is neat how u created that effect - the tulips are kewl but the belly dancing sounds even more interesting =)

Jazzy said...

apart from doing yoga i would really like to try belly dancing, is it difficult to do, i'm wandering.
i prefer b/w tulips to the colored ones.

Kris said...

Jazzy,
not difficult at all. If i can do it, anyone can! Since you're doing yoga, i assum you already have flexible body. Therefore, should have no problem following the movement :)

Thanks all again for stopping by!

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