Photo Thursday: Kirstenbosch in Black and White

(Last Updated On: May 8, 2019)

I’m not much of a black and white photographer – I’m too enamored of color. But recently my spouse brought home a few things highlighting black and white photography and it got me thinking about what makes a good black and white photo. That, in turn, made me want to see if I could learn what makes a good black and white photo by taking another look at my own photos.

These photos were originally shot in color at Kirstenbosch Garden in Cape Town, South Africa. Most of these are also posted on the web in color (along with many other photos that weren’t as effective in black and white) in the Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden post.

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South African Travels 2011

4 thoughts on “Photo Thursday: Kirstenbosch in Black and White”

  1. Black and white was good enough for Ansel Adams (and other famous photographers, too). Just because color is "normal" doesn't mean black and white landscapes aren't worth viewing.

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