Monochrome Madness Week 47 (Street Lamp)

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 The above statue is located in Dallas Downtown, which symbolizes the stages of a family goes through.

Leanne had 54 photos for week 46, these mono photos are a feast for the eyes!  Leanne also featured a fascinating story about Mitch (Exploratorius) and his photography. Here is Mitch’s “Best Images From 2014“, more than 880 hits

Take a look of Kaz’ stunning mono photo:

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 Thank you for visiting! 🙂 

61 thoughts on “Monochrome Madness Week 47 (Street Lamp)

    • I did a major cropping to bring the street lamp to the center. I, too, like how these small leaves covering part of the lamp.
      Thank you, Roslyn! Like your new gravatar. 🙂

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  1. The statue looks so pleasing and real. The frames makes them more appealing. Nice shot. Seeker is my friend too. We both follow each other for a long time. Really a cool soul. Thanks for informing about Leanne and Mitch.

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    • I guess the frames symbolize the stages of our life. I agree, Seeker is special, I’m glad we both are her follower. Thank you so much for visiting while you probably have many things to straighten up online. 🙂

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    • Thank you so much for your encouraging comment, Emilio! Before I did the post, I debated for a little while on which of the two for the MM. I decided to post both just to get some feedback 🙂

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  2. I love the cropping you did ion the first photo – and the pair go so well. Thanks for sharing that art too – I really love seeing what is around the country (and world) and you have shown me so much art – grateful for that….

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  3. Masterpieces in mono Amy !!! Superb use of light in both,love the romantic attitude in the first one and the inspiring statue in the second,which conveys a very strong message to the viewer.The silver-like texture in the second one,is absolutely magnificent. Brilliant choice for the challenge my sweetheart !!!
    Have a brilliant day 🙂 ❤ xxx

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