Who Needs Colour for Beauty

As much as I love Bright, Bold, Vibrant colour… sometimes it nice to have a change of pace.

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  1. Beauty can be as simple as 256, and sometimes even 16. So nice to view your gallery, Tracie Louise!

    it is the “timelessness of snapshot photography….Yes I like that!

  2. These shots came out well in black and white. I love the one with the fallen tree in the water. And that little house reminds me of Kansas; specifically Dorthy’s house in the movie “The Wizard of Oz”. It’ is amazing what triggers our memories.

    • the Wizard of Oz, is one of my all time favourite movies. I think it was the first ever movie I saw in a theatre. Thanks so much for the lovely comments, and I apologise for the lateness of my reply.. I only just found this comment. xxoo

  3. Beautiful captures … Question … Did you shoot these in color and change ithem post processing or do you shoot in B/W? Numbers 2 and 3 are exceptional … master photography!! Tom

    • Sorry for replying so late… I only just found these comments. I always shoot in colour. Usually have the camera set to extra vivid ;) But if sometimes I feel that the image would be more powerful in a black and white and so change it in post. Thanks Tom.

  4. Very Nice Tracie – I really like that one with the reflection of the trees. I think I like it black/white better than I would in color.

  5. superb…..amazing…….wonderful……beautiful…….I can’t find any more words for the crystal clear photos you’ve clicked! Perfect photographs………framing, lighting, saturation, perspective, concept…….everything’s perfect….!!! Superlike to your work :)
    I’m glad to follow your blog :)

  6. You are right,, who needs color for beauty? Well, there are things more beautiful without the extravagance and splashes of color. Certainly, beauty can also be equated to minimalism.

    I am very luck to have found your site. Looking forward to seeing more of your works. They are very refreshing!: :)

  7. I have always loved black and white pictures. I don’t know why but it captivates me. colorful pictures are wonderful as well but black and white photos seem to be more timeless and it brings a certain calmness.

    • I never used to like B&W pictures.. I am a big fan of bold bright colours…. but I have been learning to love B&W as my knowledge and skills improve. Thanks so much for the comment :)

  8. Reblogged this on The ObamaCrat.Com™ and commented:
    I have had a passion and a love for taking pictures since high school. Ms. Tracie Louise has a God given talent, and an eye for beauty i never imagined possible. Visit her blog “Tracie Louise Photography” to experience her raw polished talent.

  9. These are amazing :) I didn’t realize you had so many pictures here … I came over, saw your personal picture and thought great a face! Then I fell over this … :) Beautiful… stunning :)

  10. Hi Tracie How are you? i hope you are good :)
    I nominated you for the silver quill blogger award =) I would be so happy if you accept it =)
    if you want to know more so please visit my blog :)
    Have a nice day :)

  11. Thanks for reblogging this. I read it on the original post. Its just unbelievable we have to suffer long after combat and we have come home.
    Btw I wanted to let you know that I have nominated your blog for “One Lovely Blog Award” Your blog is informative and I’m sure an inspiration of hope to all of our brothers and sisters who read it and or visit your actual location. Thanks for all you do!.

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