This week is the 26th Monochrome Madness Challenge posted on Leanne Cole’s blog (Wednesday mornings AEST). Since it is a landmark posting of half a year, the challenge this week was to post a colour image that is monochrome. I do love my bits of old wood and found this one last Saturday – weathered to this silver grey with a hint of orange from the lichen. Congratulations to both Leanne and Laura Macky for starting and curating (Leanne being the curator) to what is fast becoming an institution 🙂
19 thoughts on “It’s in colour…Monochrome Madness 26!”
As a lover of old timber boats, I think this photo of Wooden Waves is fantastic!
‘Wooden Waves’ – brill! Thanks Steve 🙂
Weathered wood – what a great choice and photo.
Thank you – glad you liked it 🙂
Good choice! Well done imaging on this one. Looking forward to seeing all the submissions this week.
Thank you – it was another great week on MMC!
Yes it is 🙂
At first it looked like a desert landscape. Really intriguing.
Thanks Ben, I’m late with a reply – someone else commented that it looked like a landscape, I hadn’t thought of it like that 🙂
Fascinating array of textures, Lisa! Did you try an IR study?
Hi Gary, yes, but haven’t had time to look at them yet!
So beautifully tactile Lisa. You have such a talent!!
Hi Jude! Thank you very much 🙂
I could sit and gaze at this for some time. I love the line of it and the simplicity.
Thanks Andy, there is a lot to look at – one reason why I love these bits of old wood 🙂
As can happen with colour, the less of it the better. A
This is very beautiful – a fine pattern that works well in monochrome.
Apologies for the late reply – thank you very much 🙂