Getting out to take photos has been hard, but this one from Princes Pier looked like a good choice for Monochrome Wednesday.
Yesterday I did one of the Manchester Unity Building (MUB) that I thought was boring, but for Monochrome Wednesday I have one that I think works a lot better.
It was into the archives for Monochrome Wednesday today and after searching through heaps of files I found one taken at Turpin Falls in 2016.
So this morning I got up early and headed out to Princes Pier again and thought one of the photos from it would be good for Monochrome Wednesday. Okay, maybe I was hoping one of them would be good.
While looking for images for Monochrome Wednesday I was reminded of some photos I took earlier this month on a gorgeous morning at Docklands.
For Monochrome Wednesday I thought I would try converting a sunrise taken in the city a week or so back.
It was back to those honeycomb rocks today for my Monochrome Wednesday images. I really like ocean views in monochrome.
It was back to some photos taken up in the Mallee for Monochrome Wednesday this week and I have converted one of the images of a salt lake.
When I was looking for some photos for today’s Monochrome Wednesday I went back to the images of the coastline I took when down at the Great Ocean Road.
Yesterday I found myself in Malmsbury with my infrared camera and I thought some of the photos would be good for Monochrome Wednesday.