Trying to get back out to take photos now that Covid seems to be in control here.
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.
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.
With what is going on I’m still not comfortable going out so I thought for Monochrome Madness today we could spend one post looking back at an older one. Though let’s be honest, I’m sure there will be more like this.
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.
Getting out to take photos has been hard, but this one from Princes Pier looked like a good choice for Monochrome Wednesday.
Yesterday I did one of the Manchester Unity Building (MUB) that I thought was boring, but for Monochrome Wednesday I have one that I think works a lot better.
For Silent Sunday I thought I would show you some new photos taking early morning in the City of Melbourne. I was also using my new lens.
I thought today I would just do a quick post and show you another photo from Princes Pier. I have got some great shots from there recently.