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this Chinese grass is in our Botanical Garden placed between stones from the different periods of the earth ages. It was being lit up by the last sunbeams of the day.

 

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K.-H.,

yes, you may be right with the color version. Thanks for your time comparing and writing your opinion.

 

Paul,

thanks a lot for sharing this discussion. I am myself very undecided. Sometimes it is this or the other aspect being enforced by color and other by b&w.

 

Bill,

thanks for your part in this comparison. It is always helpful to get a feedback.

 

Dee,

thanks for your counterpart. This is what makes it interesting. The scenery was a beautiful soft light but the structures and textures were being meant for b&w. Good, that we can explore the progress of digital photography here.

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Stuart.

thanks for taking part in this discussion. Yes, the color version brings out the soft evening light better.

 

Karl.

thanks for your time and having a look a t the light. Color is better for this characterisation then.

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