Rotting Tomatoes – Black and White

Rotting Tomatoes - Black and White

I’m experimenting with taking some of my high contrast color photos and transitioning them into grey scale. This is the first one I’m working with. I always welcome criticism and comments and particularly with this and future photos that I’ve transitioned.

Rotting Tomatoes

Rotting Tomatoes

Occasionally we find objects in the street that are disgusting and at the same time beautiful. This was the case for me when I saw these rotting tomatoes. They had been there a couple of days without being squished by cars. The sun was just right when I saw them again and I went to get my camera. When I returned the sun had shifted and a shadow from a street sign pole was falling right across the tomatoes. I waited about ten minutes and you see the results. Of all the photos I took of the tomatoes, the street level view seemed to be the most impressive. This photo will be included in my found objects series that I’ve been working on.

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