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.
I’ve been trying to do more still life photography and I thought it would be good to show you a couple I’ve been experimenting with for Monochrome Madness.
This morning I was looking for a photo to do for Monochrome Madness and then I found a lake that was photographed with the infrared camera.
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.
Recently I’ve been looking at photos from my trip to the USA and it seemed like a good idea for Monochrome Madness so here is one of a marina in San Francisco.
It is that time of the year and a lotus flower seemed like a good idea for Monochrome Madness this week. They are so beautiful and in monochrome also good.
I know, I’m a day late with Monochrome Madness, but yesterday I was busy getting this image of the city with clouds over it.