Today I have converted a dahlia for Monochrome Wednesday. One thing about these posts is that it is another opportunity to experiment.
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.
Well, it is time for Monochrome Wednesday yet again and I thought it might be nice to show you my favourite view of Melbourne. It isn’t surprising. No, not really.
A couple of weeks ago I took some photos of overhead bridges in the city and thought one would be a good image for Monochrome Wednesday today.
When trying to think about what to do for Monochrome Wednesday I thought it would be nice to see what that tree would like in black and white. I know I’ve shown a lot of photos of the tree, but I really wanted to see what it would be like.
It is back to New Zealand for Monochrome Wednesday to look at buildings without colour. It is one that I originally did with the colour, but I thought it might look better in black and white.
It is time for my Floral Friday post and today I was keen to work on a photo of a tulip that the light was hitting it in an unusual way. I tend to hate dappled light, but here it was perfect.
Monochrome Wednesday and this week I thought we could have a look at a shed that I photographed at Hastings last year. It seemed like a good idea to get back to my Australian images.
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.
My Influencing Me post today is more on macro style photography and I thought we could look at Robert Mapplethorpe’s flowers. He has a different way of photographing them.