Monochrome Minimalism with egg, spoon and two forks. Continue reading “Go to Work on an Egg”
As a keen nature photographer and birdwatcher, I’ve taken many thousands of pictures of birds over the years. I don’t think I’ve ever processed any in black-and-white before. But these are strange times we’re living in, so why not monochrome birds? In this, the second week of the Covid-19 lockdown anything goes ………….. Thanks to Cee for her Black and White Challenge: Birds. It’s got … Continue reading Birds, Birds, Birds
Images ©HelenBushe Taken with iPhone 8plus and post-processed using LUMINAR4 This post was prompted by Cee’s Black & White Challenge: “Bicycles, Tricycles…..” Continue reading Bicycles in Ciutadella at Siesta Time.
This post was inspired by Cee’s Black & White Challenge : Any Kind of Geometric Shape Continue reading Square Format: Geometric Shapes.
The terrace of the Gunpost Bar in Valletta is self-described in this sign as ” The Most Beautiful Spot”. Having sat there on many occasions gazing across the harbour which it “guards” I would agree. As part of the ancient fortifications of the city , dating back many centuries, it was most recently used as a Gunpost in WW2. My father was in the RAF … Continue reading Maltese Monochrome: Signs
I’ve found a few pictures of signs in my archives for Cee’s Black & White Challenge this week which is SIGNS. To see more signs from bloggers around the world, visit Cee’s B&W Challenge: Signs Continue reading Signs of the Times
My entry this week for Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Things made from Wood. All images ©HelenBushe To see more entries from bloggers around the world, visit Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Things Made from Wood Continue reading Things Made from Wood.
” I want to go out in the sunshine and play with the real boys and girls” said this little doll in a shop window. I saw this little doll in the window of a toy shop at Piece Hall in Halifax. It was a sunny Sunday afternoon there were many families with children in the square. You can see their reflections in the doll’s … Continue reading The Doll who Wanted to Play
If you can transport yourself back to a time before electricity and when the only reading matter allowed on a Sunday was the bible, these images might strike a chord in your imagination: These are two of the images I took for our new church website which can be found in glorious technicolor here. I thought it would be fun to see what they looked … Continue reading Illumination
My entry for this week’s challenge: Continue reading Cee’s BW Photo Challenge: Back of Things.