After going through lots of my photos for the Lens Artist Challenge I realised I have some older black and white photos and I thought they needed to be shown again.
They were all taken up in the Mallee where my mum lives.
I told you a couple of weeks ago how I have been going up there to take photos for almost 30 years. Now when I first started taking photos there I was using film. I tried using colour, but I didn’t like what I got because it seemed very monochrome in many ways, so I tended to just use black and white film.
Now I can have both. It is something I love about digital, well one thing among many, I can take photos in colour and then convert them if I choose to. I don’t have to make a decision one way or another. It is really good, well I think it is.
While I was looking for photos for that challenge I was looking for one that I couldn’t find and wouldn’t you know it, I found it for this post. Can you guess which one I’m talking about?
Just a quick note, see the photo that is at the top of the page and in the gallery, you might recognise it from the time-lapse, except it doesn’t look like that anymore. It has been renovated. Not sure how I feel about it. I definitely know I hate the fence that they have put up on the station platform.
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.