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This is a black and white version of One bloom at a Time. I’m curious to learn your opinion of which version you preferred.
helena, alabama, cherry, blossoms, butterfly, spring, phillip m burrow, black and white
Welcome, my name is Phillip, and I’d like to thank you for visiting my gallery. I live in Birmingham, Alabama, which is located in the southeast region of the United States.
Several years ago I rediscovered my long lost passion, and entered the much cleaner digital world of photography. I enjoy photographing nature, landscapes, and historical subjects.
If you would like to see more of my images please visit my blog at http://pmburrow.com.
They both look really nice but I kind of like the colortone in the other one a little better,,,,,Rick
Thanks Rick, I really appreciate your comment!.
– Phillip M. Burrow
Wow, this is incredible Philip! One of the most unique and original nature pieces I’ve seen.
Thank you so very much Andrew, for the encouraging comment!
This has an oriental feel about it. Love both versions Phil! Great work.
Certainly wasn’t planned, but I can see what you are talking about. I do appreciate your input. I’m not sure that I’ve decided yet myself.
Beautiful Phillip, I actually like this version better, gives me a sense of minimalization and appears more Hi-key, if you know what I mean….love the effects created!!!
Thank you Kate. That was the effect that I intended. When I first saw this image, I just pictured a hi-key result. I was asking my wife the same question. She said that it depended on where the image was being used. She might have something there. I like them both.
Very Impressive work Phillip. I Love it!!!
Thank you Alissa, I appreciate it!
Wow Phil, looks like a drawing, great work :))
Thank you so much Trish!
They are beautiful, Phillip!! I really do not know!!!
Thanks Carol, I can’t decide either.
Great composition! I love both but I prefer the color toned one. :-)
Thanks Elyse I really appreciate it!
Greetings Phillip; Stunningly beautiful!!!steve
Thank you Steve!
beautiful work Phillip