This week, Patti has provided an interesting topic to explore with photography. I love monochrome photos but don’t use it very often with mine. I think it can bring out nice details or create a mood. Here are a few I have for this week.
This flower is pretty in color but I also like how this edit turned out.
This photo was taken on a cold day and I think the monochrome helps give the impression of cold. There is even a layer of ice in the water beyond the dock.
Beaches are great for monochrome photos.
Here is an “usie” (plural of selfie) of Gidget and I at the beach. I think we look quite nice 🙂
25 thoughts on “Lens Artists – Shadows and Reflections in Monochrome”
Nora, these are gorgeous photos. Love your first one (chrysanthemum) 😀 😀
hahaha – thnks for the new term “usie”
Ice, water, lines and shadow make good mono.
Nora, that first photo is absolutely wonderful. 😊👏🏽👍🏽
Great photos, all. Love the flowers, reflection, beach, and usie.
I love these, especially the flower and the beach.
LOL, a new term “ussie” – loved that Nora. Also loved the way your flower looks in sepia and the beach fence shadows.
Fabulous gallery Nora 🙂
thanks much Brian
Great response Nora! I especially like the beach image with the shadows.
The flower looks amazing! I also did a “selfie” shadow on my post for this challenge😀. Here it is – https://flightsofthesoul.wordpress.com/2023/02/05/lens-artists-challenge-235-shadows-and-reflections/
The flower is especially striking.
You were right, the dock photo does look cold. The beach looks so tranquil, but I love love love the flower. Thanks for sharing Nora
Great choices, Nora! Love the fence shadows – and the flower is otherworldly!