Category Archives: Monochrome

Schneefalle.

Schneefalle is the the name of this wooded sculpture set on the slopes of the Schmittenhohe Mountain at Zell am See in Austria. It was created in 1998 by the artist Herbert Golser and is part of a larger project, … Continue reading

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Monochrome moods in Yorkshire

I have had a week without any walks but it has given me the opportunity to catch up on my photography and review some of my images of walks in the Yorkshire Dales. I have converted the images to Monochrome … Continue reading

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Success down under

I am ‘made up’ as they say in Liverpool, by that I mean really pleased. My image ,Lake Wanaka. was chosen by Leanne Cole, an Australian Fine Art photographer, for use in her blog, under her weekly section Monochrome Madness. … Continue reading

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Monochrome Moods in the Lake District.

A recent lecture on Monochrome photography at my local camera club got me thinking. I have looked again at some of my images taken in the Lake District and converted them to mono. I think the absence of colour enhances … Continue reading

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In the shadow of Pendle Hill.

My walk this weekend started from the beautiful hamlet of Worston in the shadow of Pendle Hill. As we left the village we saw some unusual sheep by the roadside. Our route took us along field paths and tracks towards … Continue reading

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Lupton to Devil’s Bridge

On Sunday I was out with Crosby Rambling Club when I joined the ‘B’ party on a linear walk from Lupton to Devil’s,Bridge. We got off the coach at the Plough Inn at Lupton and walked down a track to … Continue reading

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Open Spaces.

d I was looking for an image to enter in a competition ‘In the Open’ My mind was thinking along the lines of – Open Spaces, alone in Open Spaces, gazing into wide open spaces. I knew the answer, and … Continue reading

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