Incorporating the Lens-Artist challenge of Last Chance with Monochrome Madness

I didn’t quite read the brief properly for this and when I saw Last Chance I immediately thought about images that I can no longer get, so these images show the last chance I had to take these.

I’m sorry Tina that I didn’t fill the brief correctly, but I hope you will forgive me.

I thought I might also incorporate Monochrome Madness as well. All together this week. There is a reason for it as I am taking the next 2 to 3 weeks off. I have a lot of things to do while my husband is on holiday, so I hope you don’t mind if I am absent. I will try to respond to comments, but it may take me some time.

Please have a Merry Christmas and I look forward to catching up with everyone next year.

When you click on the images they should tell why they were the last chance.

Thank you Tina for being our host this week.

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  1. It’s a excellent take on the challenge, Leanne with brilliant photos. Have a lovely Christmas and enjoy your time off.

  2. A beautiful response Leeanne, no worries about the brief, we loved your interpretation. And your images of course! Have a wonderful holiday – hope you’re back in time to join us for Favorite photos of 2023 the first Saturday of January!

  3. I thought it quite creative the way you brought it to us. I especially loved the hands. It was a reminder of “home” for me. Enjoy your break Leanne. Merry Christmas.

  4. Beautiful images Leanne. Loved the car. I also took a twist when I did my response. There’s no right or wrong in LAPC. Have fun, Merry Christmas and stay safe.

  5. This is an interesting take on, Leanne! You took the challenge one step further and made it more precious. Last chance – yes. Love them all, but your grandmother’s hands make the most beautiful image, impossible to recreate.
    Wishing you a peaceful and mindful Christmas and hope to see you again next year!

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