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.
As my wonderful city of Melbourne heads back to lockdown tonight I thought for Monochrome Madness I might share some older photos of the city.
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.
Yes, I think I will keep doing Monochrome Madness and today I have a still lily for you. I took it the other day while I still had the macro lens from Fujifilm.
It has been a while since I posted for Monochrome Madness and I just got the Fujifilm macro lens which I’ve been playing with.
It is an interesting time when you are living through a pandemic and during that time it is also hard to do monochrome madness. This week I thought it would be better to look through and find something from the past.
Getting access to my computer is so hard so I made the decision that looking back for Monochrome Madness might be the best idea at the moment.
We have put ourselves in self-isolation so for monochrome madness I have done a dahlia in black and white. It was a quick process.
The seasons are changing and I’m getting excited to get outside again, so today I went back into my archives for Monochrome Madness for this image from an early morning in the city.
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.