Forest Tales - my entry today to the #monomad daily contest by @monochromes

Forests are secluded. Forests are mysterious.

They tell stories, they crochet tales.

They hide secrets and they enchant by directly speaking to the internal self.

They radiate their centuries-long wisdom.

They keep track of changes.

They find ways to surprise.

Forests are breathing creatures.

Forests are living Art.

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You probably know by now how much I love Black & White or sometimes referred as Monochromatic photography. I have always believed that while Color Photography shows the external part of our world, Black and White Photography shows the soul, the inner hidden side of everything. Please consider the first photo of this post as my entry today to the established #monomad daily contest by the monochromes account and community and supported by the qurator account, thank you everyone for your hard and continuous efforts to build and grow this great community!


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Bang, I did it again... I just rehived your post!
Week 114 of my contest just started...you can now check the winners of the previous week!
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I have always believed that while Color Photography shows the external part of our world, Black and White Photography shows the soul, the inner hidden side of everything.

I like your statement. It's true, through photos with black and white visuals, many stories are told in our photos. Like we are photographing an old woman whose face is starting to wrinkle, and will look emotional, sad, and happy from black and white visuals. So with nature photos. For example, if we photograph an old tree, it will also look deeper in texture and have an interesting and dramatic artistic value.

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