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Flower Mandalas

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Flower Mandala: Pink and Orange Rose IV, B&W

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Pink and Orange Rose IV, B&W, Copyright 2011 David J. Bookbinder

I’ve been creating black-and-white interpretations of my more recent Flower Mandala images and am interested in your impressions of them, either of the images as they stand alone, or compared with their color counterparts.

You can view the color versions at flowermandalas.org. They’re in galleries V, VI, and VII.

Thanks in advance for your comments.

More anon,
-David
David J. Bookbinder, LMHC

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  • http://flowersandweeds.blogspot.com/ Garden Lily

    David – I was delighted to discover your flower mandalas years ago, and am glad to see you are still creating them. I love the timeless quality of the B&W images, and the amount of visual detail they provide. Although the colour ones are more “pretty”, to me the B&W are more stunning. Beautiful work.

  • http://flowersandweeds.blogspot.com/ Garden Lily

    David – I was delighted to discover your flower mandalas years ago, and am glad to see you are still creating them. I love the timeless quality of the B&W images, and the amount of visual detail they provide. Although the colour ones are more “pretty”, to me the B&W are more stunning. Beautiful work.

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