Monochromatic -Photo Challenge

Mono meaning one… one colour. The idea is not to highlight one colour, but focus on just one. Can a photo look good with only 1 colour? Word Press challenged us to show off our monochromatic images, so you be the judge.

Searching through some photos from the last year I came across these.

Green Light

Green Light

Here is something green and the variety from the colour comes from the light. Can you tell what it is?

Purple Rain

Purple Rain

The shades of purple here come from the light and shadow too, but also the sparkle from the rain drops.

Heart 2 O

H20 Heart 2 O

I found this piece of bark and noticed the heart. I placed it in a shallow fountain and snapped this pic. I like the simplicity, but the textures, reflections and patterns still make it interesting.

Pussy Willow Tails

Pussy Willow Tails paw

Willow is monochromatic gray and this close up of her little paw shows the light pinkish tones in her fur.

Since I have had more time I have been taking to twitter. It takes me less time to upload a quick pic or thought, so I have been posting more there. This week while on a walk I saw 3 deer, check twitter for the pic. Check out my feed to the right and click on the links to see more.

Stay tuned here or there 🙂

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12 thoughts on “Monochromatic -Photo Challenge

  1. Willow has such beautiful tones.

  2. Very nice selection for this week’s challenge. Love the purple rain and kitty paws.

  3. Freda Goulet

    I love the purple rain…and Willow’s paws. A great collection of colours and textures.

    • Thank you. Those leaves were so cool with the rain and unusual with the glistening rain drops. Willow’s paws are the same colour as her fur. That pinkish tone is also in her coat 😉

  4. Wonderful selections for this theme. The green light is a cool shot! Love the paw. 🙂

  5. John

    Awesome pictures Diana!!

  6. cool! love the green bottles! nice take on the theme!

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