Monochrome Wednesday – Vastness again

Monochrome Wednesday - Vastness

Yes, I’m repeating this post, Monochrome Wednesday – Vastness. There are many reasons really, and I know I haven’t posted for a couple of weeks, but my daughters haven’t been getting along and well I’ve been putting out fires, so to speak. I hope you enjoy revisiting this one.

I picked this one because it was taken up at my mum’s, and with what is happening around the world right now I have no idea when it will be safe for me to go there again.

Monochrome Wednesday – Vastness

A long time ago I heard someone somewhere describe Montana as the land of the big skies. Well, I’ve never been there, but the idea of big skies is something that I have thought about a lot.

Australia really is a land of big skies. There aren’t many places where that description wouldn’t fit. It certainly describes the area where my mum lives. There are trees there, but they are mostly small, as they struggle to grow in the sand there.

The scene below is fairly typical. It is taken on the edge of a salt lake, but you can see that vastness. The landscape seems to stretch on forever.

This image of a big sky or vastness is my contribution for Monochrome Wednesday this week.

Monochrome Wednesday - Vastness

Joining in

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 groupTPM 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 Wednesday – Vastness again

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  1. Hi Leanne! I hope you’re doing alright. Thanks for sharing such incredible images. Your words hit a reality that we won’t know for sure when we’ll be able to have a trip and adventure somewhere. Please, take care.

    1. Thank you Di, I am doing well, just sticking at home. It is sad, and the sadest part is all the people who think they are above the law and don’t have to follow the rules. They make it worse and means this will all last so much longer. I will take care and you do the same.

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