Sweet mock orange and Foxglove

So whoever knows the right thing to do and doesn’t do it, for him it is sin.

James 4 : 17
Two kinds of sweet mock orange and three foxglove stalks.  The outside coming in with a strong pleasant citrus smell.
Philadephus Lemoinei
Philadelphus snowbelle
Ah, I couldn’t resist black and white!

Although humans see colour, for me black and white has always been connected to the images deeper truth, to its most hidden meaning.

Peter Lindbergh.
(He is recognised as one of the most influential contemporary photographers. Born in Poland 1944 and died in 2019. )

Black and white are the colours of photography.  To me they symbolise the alternatives of hope and despair to which mankind is forever subjected.

Robert Frank ( Born in  Switzerland in 1924 and died in Canada 2019. His book
‘ The Americans ‘ continues to be a template for generations of visual reportersIn a few words  he learnt from Brodovitch to respond to situations emotionally not analytically or intellectually.)

It’s about you. If you win, it’s you; if you lose it’s you. Black and white. Nowhere to hide.

Greg Rusedski

A reminder:
Queen’s Club Championships June 11 – 20  2022
Wimbledon  June 27 – 10 July

6 thoughts on “Sweet mock orange and Foxglove

  1. Interesting take on black and white photography. You can’t hide behind colour – like a good facial bone structure without makeup. 😁

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