It is hard to believe that this is the 33rd week of Monochrome Madness, hosted and curated by the ever hard working Leanne Cole and initiated by Leanne and Laura Macky. It seems to grow every week with wonderful monochrome images from all around the globe. This is my submission for this week – a side view of part of the 100 metre long Wisteria Avenue at Alowyn Gardens.
13 thoughts on “Monochrome Madness – Week 33”
Wonderful shot, infraredLisa. 🙂 🙂 🙂
You’re really picking up on this style quickly.
Thank you! I am fortunate that I have some great masters of the style to study 🙂
Beautiful shot! I like very much
Thank you very much
Great IR shot Lisa. I love the special way Wisteria and Weeping Willows render in IR.
Thanks Robert, yes I’m learning that – they do look very special.
Without colour, I get a real sense of the generous shapes, fullness and plump growth. Like the follige is on steroids. Love it!
Glad you like it Steve
Pure Magic Lisa….thank you
Thank you – glad you liked it 🙂
truly a dream world Lisa!
Oh we do like our dreamy IR world don’t we 🙂
Wow, this is stunning Lisa!!
A very magical image. I’m so enjoying your journey into near IR 🙂