A week or so ago Sean had wondered about how some of the driftwood looks in B&W. In fact, while I normally think and look in colour, I've been trying to get into the habit of looking at photos in B&W when there isn't much colour in them.
Driftwood and other distressed wood can be excellent for that, and for your delight and amusement here are some recent converts to B&W, with a couple showing the colour version because it was easy. From #3 on, they are various times and places in Fish Creek since New Zealand.
I think the curve of the wood needs a more contrasty background.
I was really happy with 5, 6, 7, and 8, since they were all within a few feet of each other.
The exact same bit of wood, as an examination of the swirls will tell you, just a different angle.
And there you go! You would have seen them sooner or later in Driftwood of the Day.
Rock of the Day
Driftwood of the Day
All the same chunk of wood, just different views. Ever so slightly different in a pair of shots.