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.
As Melbourne is shrouded in smoke I thought it would be nice to do a post about remembering stormy skies for Monochrome Madness.
It has rolled around again, Monochrome Madness, and today I’ve converted an image from an early morning along the river here in Melbourne.
Clifton Springs is a place that has these pylons from a pier and they are always good so it seemed like a good choice for Monochrome Madness.
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.
Really, there is an image I took on Sunday morning and since then I’ve been trying to figure what is wrong with it. I’ve tried a few things.
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.
For Floral Friday I headed out to my garden with the macro lens from Struman Optics to take photos in it. I have a class coming up that is teaching people about using their phones in the garden.
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.
It was into the archives for Monochrome Wednesday today and after searching through heaps of files I found one taken at Turpin Falls in 2016.