Posts Tagged ‘monochrome’

New Forest Haven

New Forest Haven

Mark and I went down to the caravan owned by him and his Mum at Sandy Balls for a one night getaway this previous weekend, and spent a lot of time happily absorbed in photography on both days.  Saturday was bright and clear, very cold and with more snow still on the ground, Sunday was […]


Documents From Another Era

Documents From Another Era

One of the things that was so interesting about Manor House B were the amount of personal objects still remaining there, such as these antique documents lying on the table in the living room – money orders for one penny, newspapers, an AGM report for the Indian Railway Company dated 1873, and even a handwritten letter to someone […]


Indecisiveness Reigns Supreme!

Indecisiveness Reigns Supreme!

Help! Trying to decide which of these two photographs to enter for a competition, in the Urban black & white category, which is described as “from a gritty urban environmental portrait to a fine art architectural abstract. It’s not just the subject we are interested in, but the quality of the black & white image.” […]

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