Back to Milford Sound in New Zealand for Monochrome Madness this week. Sometimes I find that I don’t want to use images that aren’t long exposures, but then again, maybe I should.
Well not really back to Tasmania, but back to the photos I took while there two years ago and I found one I thought I could use for Monochrome Madness.
As Melbourne is shrouded in smoke I thought it would be nice to do a post about remembering stormy skies for Monochrome Madness.
So it is back to Monochrome Madness, I always loved that name, and with it a colour image that I converted to black and white.
This morning I went into the city to take some photos with my friend Steve and we saw some incredible storm clouds that I thought would be good for Silent Sunday.
Here is something I haven’t done for a while, a before and after of an image I did of the Dunedin Train Station. It is very different.
The other day I finally took the infrared camera out for a walk in the park and thought one of the images would be good for Monochrome Wednesday.
Still going through images from New Zealand and today I thought for Monochrome Wednesday I could convert one of my images from Lake Mapourika. It was an early part of the trip.
Today was really day 1 of our New Zealand Wanderings and we attempted to do some photography through Arthur’s Pass. We have ended the day at Hokitika and are feeling okay, maybe a little disappointed, but not much you can do sometimes.
Just over three years I was in San Francisco and it was incredible. I love the city and would love to go back one day to spend more time exploring. I thought for Silent Sunday it might be nice to take a look at some photos of my first day there.