The original photo was taken in the Barton Nature Area Trail in Ann Arbor Michigan in May 2021.
Category Archives: black and white photography
Monochrome Monday: Exhibit Bee
Dear Buzz Buzz, How I too wish I could sleep on a flower all day after wandering around outside. But a bee’s work is never done. Tomorrow I go back to that “day job” to resume my role as a worker bee. With luck I’ll avoid the spider.
Monochrome Monday: Forest Boardwalk
The original photo was captured in Southfield Michigan at Carpenter Lake back in June 2022.
Monochrome Vs. Selective Color
The short answer is it’s all about light and hues or the lack thereof. Looking for some clarity? Well, I think I can help with that to some degree so lets dive in! Monochrome Monochrome photography employs light in differing amounts instead of color to capture or represent images. Monochrome photography takes only a singleContinue reading “Monochrome Vs. Selective Color”
Monochrome Monday: The Clinton River
The main branch of the river rises from wetlands and cold water tributaries from within Independence, Brandon and Springfield Townships. The Clinton River is 83 miles long and passes through Oakland and Macomb Counties in South East Michigan and empties out into Lake St. Clair located in Harrison Township Michigan. For more information on theContinue reading “Monochrome Monday: The Clinton River”
Monochrome Monday: William Livingstone Memorial Lighthouse
This memorial lighthouse was constructed in 1929 and can be found on Belle Isle in Detroit Michigan on the North East end of the island park. For more information about this historic landmark please visit: https://detroithistorical.org/learn/encyclopedia-of-detroit/livingstone-memorial-lighthouse
Monochrome Monday: Afternoon in Suburbia
Hope you are having a fantastic Monday!
Monochrome Monday: Workspace
When it gets warmer which will hopefully be soon, I think the next household project should be cleaning out the garage.
Monochrome Monday: Unfrosted Toaster Pastry
Such a sad thing, that one’s breakfast pastry is not only unfrosted but untoasted as well, although I’ve heard that they are also delectably delicious if eaten frozen but that too is not the case for this room temperature treat.
World of Monchornica No.3
Mr. Finn’s Bowl new bowl that he does not want to use. He prefers drinking from Mr. Copper’s dish. Mr. Copper doesn’t seem to mind too much though.