The badlands around the world come in many shapes and colors, but have in common the difficulty they present to any who would like to pass through them. I chose this image for this week’s challenge, which includes a collection of entries posted each week by Leanne Cole. To see all of this week’s entries go to Leanne’s blog.
This is one of several amazing lighthouses that Leanne took us to when we traveled with her along the Victoria coast. Thanks, Leanne! Go to Leanne’s blog to see all of today’s entries.
The Petrel is an old whaling ship grounded on South Georgia Island in the Southern Ocean. Nearby in the settlement of Grytviken are a the remains of a former British whaling station and the grave of explorer Ernest Shackleton, barely visible in the background. This image is my contribution to today’s boat-themed challenge hosted by Leanne Cole. To see all of the other sea-going vessels processed in monochrome go to Leanne’s blog.
Put out to pasture for the day, a horse hovers near the barn gate–possibly looking for a respite from the New Hampshire winter’s chill. This is my photo for this week’s challenge. To see all of the beautiful monochromes, go to Leanne Cole’s Blog.
There is a chill in the air and leaves are beginning to fall along the path of a city walk in Frankfurt, Germany. Snug and secure beneath the arbor that still remains, it is a good day for a stroll. This is my image for this week’s Monochrome Madness Challenge hosted by Leanne Cole. To see all the beautiful entries in today’s challenge post, click over to Leanne’s blog.
Waves crash forcefully into a rock formation off the California coast year after year with no visible effects. Strong and firm, the rocks remain trusted seaside monuments. To see all the other images in today’s monochrome challenge, go to Leanne Cole’s blog.
A substantial amount of snow fell on this suburban open space area in central Colorado, but after a couple of days the weather warmed up and it all melted! It was pretty while it lasted. To see all of this week’s monochrome images, go to Leanne Cole’s blog.