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.
I’ve been trying to do more still life photography and I thought it would be good to show you a couple I’ve been experimenting with for Monochrome Madness.
This morning I was looking for a photo to do for Monochrome Madness and then I found a lake that was photographed with the infrared camera.
Well not really back to Tasmania, but back to the photos I took while there two years ago and I found one I thought I could use for Monochrome Madness.
Recently I’ve been looking at photos from my trip to the USA and it seemed like a good idea for Monochrome Madness so here is one of a marina in San Francisco.
It is that time of the year and a lotus flower seemed like a good idea for Monochrome Madness this week. They are so beautiful and in monochrome also good.
I know, I’m a day late with Monochrome Madness, but yesterday I was busy getting this image of the city with clouds over it.
As Melbourne is shrouded in smoke I thought it would be nice to do a post about remembering stormy skies for Monochrome Madness.