Reading the Alphabet Challenge “N” Stories is not a black and white matter . . . but monochrome versions of the Virginian Tiger Moth are nearly so (they also have gray).
I just realized the deadline for closing the vote is nearing (Sunday, noon) and I’ve yet to start on my “O” story (and no, I’m not planning on a riff on The Story of O<<link). I mean, the reasearch alone could take years.
Readers, on the other hand, if they’ve not already done so — could read the stories in about a half-hour, and then cast a vote for their favorite of the three. Links to the stories and the poll for voting for “Alphabet Challenge N-Stories” are HERE.<<<Link
So, Virginian Tiger Moth<<link was showcased yesterday . . .
Perhaps it’s my limited color-post-processing skills, or my superior monochrome processing skills . . . but, no; it doth haveth nought to do with me. It’s the tools’s that take both the credit and criticism; I’m just the mouse operator.
And, maybe, the talons are shown better (or not).
I’m shooting from inside the door and through the glass . . . in case it’s not obvious.
This is most evident in this next shot of the back . . . which in the color version failed to show as much detail. I mean, I could bring out the detail in the color version but it didn’t look “real” because you could see the digital artifact resulting from the increased sharpness. Not so in monochrome.
The new Gallery for the reminder photos is HERE<<<Link. The photos are only slightly larger (30-50%) but the details are even better there than here.
I’ve had a fair number of bugs posts in the past. For an example, look HERE.<<link
If you just want to see photos, then THIS<<link is for you.
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