This post was inspired by Cee’s Black & White Challenge : Any Kind of Geometric Shape Continue reading Square Format: Geometric Shapes.
Vanishing Point. Let your imagination follow your eyes. Knaresborough Station: A Quiet street in Palma: Underneath the arches in Manchester: This is my first post for a new challenge I’ve found on Nancy Merrill Photography This week the challenge is “Vanishing Point”. Why not pop over to her website for a look. Thank you for visiting me at MonoZone.Online Continue reading A Photo a Week Challenge: Vanishing Point
Steps and Stairs in Barcelona taken on iPhone and presented in Square Format. To see more iPhoneography in square format (and in glorious Technicolor), you might like to stop by my other photoblog PHOTOPHILE: Pairs in Squares. Thank you for visiting MonoZone.Online. Continue reading iPhoneography: Steps and Stairs in Squares.
Glass in Architecture. I so love the way a challenge gets me looking through old files, some familiar and some forgotten, and seeing them as if for the first time. I would never have grouped these four photographs together had it not been for Cee’s latest Black&White Challenge: GLASS. I spotted this glass pyramid from upstairs on an open-topped bus in Barcelona: This … Continue reading Glass in Architecture
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Arch, Dome or Half-Circle. The photographs in this gallery will take you on a journey from the North of England to Southern Europe. Please click on any image to view full-size or for a slideshow: Thank you for visiting Monozone.Online Continue reading Arches, Domes and Semi-Circles.
Do come in and have a seat! There’s plenty of room for you in Cee’s Black & White Challenge this week: “Any Kind of Seating” You can enjoy a sea view from your armchair in the lounge of this art deco-style hotel: Or take a break from sightseeing in this cool courtyard in Barcelona: You can slake your thirst with a cool beer … Continue reading Empty Chairs: Part 1
Shapes on the ShoreLine: At the seaside in winter. Living near then coast in NW England provides many opportunities for a keen photographer. (And, believe me, you have to be keen to venture out in the biting winds that were blowing when some of these photos were taken.) In summer these are good places for street photography. In winter it’s the shapes that I like to … Continue reading Shapes on the ShoreLine.
A cloudy day in Manchester (and there are many of them) often produces images which work well in monochrome. Every cloud really does have a silver lining for a photographer! I couldn’t resist a bit of colour-pop for Amy. (Click on any image for a slideshow) Continue reading Around Manchester