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.
Monochrome Wednesday and this week I thought we could have a look at a shed that I photographed at Hastings last year. It seemed like a good idea to get back to my Australian images.
Still going through images from New Zealand and today I thought for Monochrome Wednesday I could convert one of my images from Lake Mapourika. It was an early part of the trip.
Yes, it is the third post on Milford Sound, though this one is more about a waterfall there and thought it would be a good subject for Monochrome Wednesday. There are two photos, I couldn’t pick just one.
There was some debate as to whether I would do Monochrome Wednesday today. Would I have time, but then I found this image of Princes Pier and thought, why not.
For my Monochrome Wednesday image I’m showing an old photo that I had done of the New York Skyline a couple of years ago. It was taken up high.
Since we have been looking at so many macro shots it seemed like a good idea to use one of those for Monochrome Wednesday. This is a cosmos flower that I photographed at the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show.
This weeks photo for Monochrome Wednesday is a little different to what I normally show. While it is a tree in water, it has been processed in a way which is not what I normally do.
While looking through my archives for an image to do today I found one that was an abstract and it seemed like a good one to try for Monochrome Wednesday.
It is Wednesday again and I have another monochrome image for you. It is a Lighthouse. I love lighthouses and I know I’m not alone in that.