We stopped at a random place on my recent trip and took photos of waves crashing over rocks so I thought it would make a great image for Monochrome Wednesday.
It would hardly be surprising that for Monochrome Wednesday I have prepared an image taken near Loch Ard Gorge. You can’t go to the Great Ocean Road without going there.
I cannot lie, but I’ve been getting lots of inspiration from Instagram for Monochrome Wednesday and images of the mountains of New Zealand. So can you guess where today’s image is from?
While going through Instagram the other day a photo inspired me to look at my photos of the Flatiron building in New York for Monochrome Wednesday. I found one that I thought might work.
Today I have converted a dahlia for Monochrome Wednesday. One thing about these posts is that it is another opportunity to experiment.
The other day I finally took the infrared camera out for a walk in the park and thought one of the images would be good for Monochrome Wednesday.
Well, it is time for Monochrome Wednesday yet again and I thought it might be nice to show you my favourite view of Melbourne. It isn’t surprising. No, not really.
A couple of weeks ago I took some photos of overhead bridges in the city and thought one would be a good image for Monochrome Wednesday today.
When trying to think about what to do for Monochrome Wednesday I thought it would be nice to see what that tree would like in black and white. I know I’ve shown a lot of photos of the tree, but I really wanted to see what it would be like.
It is back to New Zealand for Monochrome Wednesday to look at buildings without colour. It is one that I originally did with the colour, but I thought it might look better in black and white.