I’ve mentioned it before . . . Leanne Cole does a weekly Monochrome Madness post consisting of all the B&W photos she receives. These are not contests. Rather, it’s a place for photographers to show their B&W work; anyone can submit photos.
Every four weeks she has a themed post. Last week it was water. I showed my contribution in the last post, but it is perhaps worth showing again as a part of the summary of my themed contributions to date.
In reverse order, the three themed contributions to date were “Water” . . .
. . . “Fences” . . .
. . . and the letters “MM” . . .
My regular contributions included scary bugs . . .
. . . good eats . . .
Vegetation made a few appearances . . .
. . . including fake vegetation.
Of course, this being me, I have birds.
A lady Tree Swallow:
. . . and a hawk:
I don’t often do architecture, but I thought this church would work in B&W.
Inanimate objects also made an appearance . . .
Notice the cups are not B&W . . . that’s because ‘monochrome’ is not just B&W. For instance, this shell sitting on a wine cork . . .
I even contributed my frog furniture . . .
This week I contributed another attempt at an ‘artsy’ shot . . .
Monochrome Madness is open to all, and as mentioned is not a contest . . . it’s a showcase for people’s B&W efforts. Professional or amateur, all are welcomed. If you have a favorite B&W photo or even a not-so-favorite, consider contributing; you will not be judged, and the photo might provide enjoyment for a pair of eyes or two.
The next themed challenge: the letter “K”. I’ll have to think about that.
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