More JWildFire Graphics – Black and White Version

Most people who bothered to comment seemed to like the color versions of the following JWildFire Graphics. That post is HERE.

This will be an ultra-short post . . . a few words and a gallery.

WAIT! . . . I spoke too soon. First, a couple of the original JWildFire renderings in B&W . . .

Roswell Alien’s Spinal Chords

Angels in a Blender

OK, Now we do the gallery.

That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.


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8 Responses to More JWildFire Graphics – Black and White Version

  1. Striking and dramatic. Sophisticated. Color obscures simple elegance
    I prefer these. (But by no means am I an example of any of the descriptive words above)


    • disperser says:

      There is a definite delineation between the Color and B&W camps and some of my readers are firmly in one or the other (although, the Color crowd has a numerical advantage).

      I see them as separate animals and each with their own admirable qualities that strike at different sensibilities. I think the B&W versions invite an exploration of structure that is different from the color version and it does this (obviously) by removing the visual impact of opposite and/or complementary colors.

      As for identifying (or not) with the beauty and elegance of either color or B&W photos, that’s not really up to one’s self as people are notoriously poor judges of how others see them. That’s further complicated by who’s looking (friend or foe or disinterested bystander).

      As long as you like yourself (and, as a rule, you should), that’s all that matters.

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  2. AnnMarie says:

    I, too, think that the B&W versions “invite an exploration of structure”, and that is why they are truly “horses of a different color”! Their sharpness is very enticing . . .


  3. Wow, I like these better-er than the color photos…and the color photos are spectacular!
    Something about these makes them seem even more detailed and other-worldly!
    And I always look forward to your titles! HA! these titles got some snorts outa’ me! But, I didn’t snot!
    HUGS!!! :-)


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