I am calling this edition of Monochrome Madness Forbidden Places because everywhere is forbidden to me right now unless it is within 5 kilometres of my home.
It has been hard to get motivated to do blog posts at the moment. I have always felt that I should put photos with them, but I don’t always have photos.
We here in Melbourne are in Stage 4 lockdown, which basically means we can’t go anywhere outside of a 5 kilometre radius from our home. We can go to the supermarket or get essential items, we can exercise within that limit but only for an hour. There is now a curfew. Basically we are stuck at home.
This means taking photos is restricted to our homes. I have been taking photos here, but they aren’t the type of thing I want to use for Monochrome Madness. So it occurred to me that I could look at the images I’ve taken in the past of places that are not forbidden to me.
Port Campbell is now a forbidden place
This was taken 12 months ago when I was down at Port Campbell. I loved these photos and have always wanted to take more, but haven’t had a chance to get to somewhere like this.
Perhaps it is a place I can put on the “after the virus” list.
I hope you are all doing well during this time.
It would be great if you would like to participate, especially if you are enjoying the monochrome challenge again. If you want to contribute there is a Facebook group, TPM Photos which you can join and share your images. Of course, if you are blogging no reason why you can’t post your own. I like this challenge and it is nice to be thinking in monochrome again.
Monochrome Madness – Forbidden Places
On another note, there are going to be posts with no photos. I just want to talk sometimes, and I hope you won’t mind that.