Empty Seats at the Gastro-Pub during Lockdown. Monochrome images of UK “Pub of the Year 2020”, Lancashire’s Cartford Inn. Continue reading Empty Seats at the Gastro-Pub during Lockdown.
Mid-Week Monochrome: A Misty Morning on the Lancaster Canal. Continue reading Mid-Week Monochrome #46: A Misty Morning.
A Farm in the Borrowdale Valley. I’ve joined this challenge rather late in the year, having missed the previous forty-four weeks. In the spirit of “better late than never”, here is an image of a farmyard in the Borrowdale Valley in England’s Lake District, taken on our last trip of the year before Lockdown: Image ©HelenBushe Taken on iPhone 8Plus and processed using LUMINAR4. This … Continue reading Mid-Week Monochrome: Week 45.
Street Photography: Music for Dancing in the Streets. Continue reading Music for Dancing in the Streets.
Patterns in Nature. A Gallery of macro monochrome images showcasing the beauty of the insect world. Continue reading Patterns in Nature.
Wooden Ducks in a Window and other Curiosities: Monochrome images taken on a stroll around the villages of Great Eccleston and Churchtown. Continue reading Wooden Ducks in a Window and other Curiosities.
This post was inspired by Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Things made from Wood. Please click on any image to view full-size or to begin slideshow: Continue reading Wooden Jetties, Boardwalks and a Pier.
Please click on any image to view full-size: All images ©HelenBushe. Converted to B&W using Snapseed App on iPad. To see more Reflections, why not visit Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Shadows and Reflections Continue reading CB&W Challenge: Reflections.
This light is typical of street-lighting in Lisbon: As is this in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter: Valetta still has some street lamps like these, especially close to its numerous churches: And this last one I took for (in colour) for the section on prayer and meditation on our new church website: This post was inspired by Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Lighting of Any Kind. Continue reading Lighting.
Alternative title: “Capturing that moment when an aspiring street photographer realises that she’s been rumbled by the subject of her “candid” shot.” This post is for the final day of Becky B’s Challenge: Square Perspectives. Perhaps I should have titled it “The Last Post”!. Thanks for visiting me at MonoZone.Online. Why not pop across to my colour blog PHOTOPHILE for more perspectives. Continue reading Perspective: Seeing Eye to Eye with a Guardsman.