One thing I’m finding when I try to find photos for videos is that I have thousands and thousands of photos from the last 10+ years and in many folders there are photos that I don’t know why I’ve never processed before. So I think you will start seeing lots of photos that I took years ago, but am just getting around to processing.
When I was in the US in 2015 I took over 8000 photos, but I have not processed anywhere that many. Obviously, you wouldn’t do that many, but when I return to the folders I keep finding photos that I think should be processed.
For today I went through the photos I took on my first day in San Francisco, California. I was shown around the city by my friend Dan. We took photos of the Golden Gate Bridge from lots of different angles. It was really cloudy when we first got there, and I have a lot of photos of the clouds descending and obstructing the views of the bridge. So not fog, but similar.
We took photos of it in the morning and from different places in the afternoon, then another one for sunset. Once the sun went down we went to a place to photograph the Bay Bridge.
It was a great day and I had a lot of fun.
So for Monochrome Madness I went through the folder and picked a few photos to do in monochrome. Not sure whether they all work, but it is interesting to see them in black and white.
Participating in Monochrome Madness
If you would like to participate in this challenge please post photos on your blog and use the tag Monochrome-Madness, as then I can use the reader to see what you post.
I haven’t included mid week monochrome here as I am not sure what to do. Since Bren died, I don’t know if we should continue using it in honour of her, or not. Let me know your thoughts.