This past weekend I was out with my camera and found a very large Lacy-tree Philodendron.
It was morning and the light shed interesting shadows on the tree, and the patterns of the leaves themselves were fascinating. Because there was so much visual texture, I thought it would make a good black and white (almost abstract) shot.
Recently, I downloaded an app called Photo Editor to my android tablet and thought I’d see what it could do. I’m really pleased with the variety of treatments that worked well with the black and white lacy leaves. Just click on one of the images to see a larger image slide show.
If you are having a little trouble recognizing this plant, here is the original color capture.
We had a smaller one of these when I was in college… we called him Sully Plant. I have no idea where the name came from. Do you name your plants?
As always I welcome your comments on this or any other part of this blog. Please visit Lens and Pens by Sally to see some amazing black and white phoneograpy.