Lens-Artists PC #70: Monochrome (11/03/2019)

For this week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #70, Patti is inviting us “to explore the world of monochrome–which includes black and white and sepia, as well as different shades of one color.”

Lake Bled is located in the Julian Alps of the Upper Carniolan region of northwestern Slovenia.

The scene of the misty lake, picture-postcard church on the island, and clouds floating over the mountains will always be in my memory.

17-Mile Drive through Pebble Beach is one of the most scenic drives in the world. If you get there early in the morning, you can enjoy peacefulness and dreamy views.

Hesperocyparis macrocarpa is a medium-sized coniferous evergreen tree, which often becomes irregular and flat-topped as a result of the strong winds that are typical of its native area.

“Color is everything, black and white is more.”

— Dominic Rouse

The original color version image was posted last week for Tina’s Seeing Double (LAPC #69). Thank you so much for everyone’s like and encouraging comment. Many of you seemed to like the light toward the end of the tunnel. What do you think of the black-and-white version?


Next week, Ann Christine will host Challenge #71, be sure to stop by her site.

As always, Patti, Tina, Ann-Christine, and I hope you will join us.  We thank you for your continued support of LAPC.

88 thoughts on “Lens-Artists PC #70: Monochrome (11/03/2019)

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  3. We love monochrome pictures, especially those black-and white pictures with these fine shades of grey. We like the third picture of this confer trees best.
    Thanks fo sharing
    The Fab Four of Cley
    🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂


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