I am calling this edition of Monochrome Madness Forbidden Places because everywhere is forbidden to me right now unless it is within 5 kilometres of my home.
Yes, I’m repeating this post, Monochrome Wednesday – Vastness. There are many reasons really, and I know I haven’t posted for a couple of weeks, but my daughters haven’t been getting along and well I’ve been putting out fires, so to speak. I hope you enjoy revisiting this one.
As my wonderful city of Melbourne heads back to lockdown tonight I thought for Monochrome Madness I might share some older photos of the city.
With what is going on I’m still not comfortable going out so I thought for Monochrome Madness today we could spend one post looking back at an older one. Though let’s be honest, I’m sure there will be more like this.
Yes, I think I will keep doing Monochrome Madness and today I have a still lily for you. I took it the other day while I still had the macro lens from Fujifilm.
It has been a while since I posted for Monochrome Madness and I just got the Fujifilm macro lens which I’ve been playing with.
It is an interesting time when you are living through a pandemic and during that time it is also hard to do monochrome madness. This week I thought it would be better to look through and find something from the past.
Getting access to my computer is so hard so I made the decision that looking back for Monochrome Madness might be the best idea at the moment.
We have put ourselves in self-isolation so for monochrome madness I have done a dahlia in black and white. It was a quick process.
Back to Milford Sound in New Zealand for Monochrome Madness this week. Sometimes I find that I don’t want to use images that aren’t long exposures, but then again, maybe I should.