Black and White Wednesdays : Week 42


Corn on the cob

Submitting this image to Black and White Wednesdays #42 conceptualized by Susan of The Well-Seasoned Cook and hosted by Roma at Roma’s space.

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15 Responses to Black and White Wednesdays : Week 42

  1. Very “other worldly” and dramatic … a different view on corn! :) Well done

  2. Kanan says:

    very beautiful

  3. this picture reminds me of the beach ! :-)

  4. I think you should share your tips on Photography… I keep on requesting this to all bloggers who are exceptionally good photographers. Do you already have a post like this?

    Amazing picture Vishakha:)

    • Thanks Ishita.. Totally flattered by your comment:) I am still learning and your comment is so encouraging. I will keep your words in mind.. and the day I feel I know enough to share or add value, I will definitely share:)

  5. Hi Vishakha! I always love your black and white post. I love how the light gives brightness in this dark photo.

  6. Beautiful contrast in this photo – you’ve made something simple look so elegant.

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