Ooh nice photo. I love monochrome photos.
Thanks Lilly! If you're ever interested, you should do a Monochrome Monday (I just realized I forgot to post the link to the site--oops!). I'll post the link and you can check it out if you'd like!
Love those old fence posts!
That's a cool photo. I am not participating just seeing what the photos look like.
Thanks BJ and Darla! I love those old fence posts too. Actually, I just dig rural scenes in general. Darla, if you're still around, you should check out BJ's sepia of a country road--it's awesome!
I clicked on this pic and it was really rewarding and wonderfully crisp. I reminded me of the thickets and hedges I new as a boy. Loved it.
Looks like several places in my neighborhood here in southwestern Indiana. What is it that draws us to fence posts? Whatever it is, you have a nifty photo that catches our attention.
“When a person dies, a library is burned.”-Edmund WhiteOkay, I don't have your email address in my laptop. But this is the quote I mentioned. If you have time, send me an email and I'll add it in. See ya, BJ
Very evocative. Great photo.
good image!I'm really enjoying doing monochrome images but must find some genuine old ones to post too.
That's a lovely monochrome. Thanks for your comment on mine.
always like the feel of a shot with the spindly tree branches...nice monochrome.
I like B&W for shots like this any day.Nice job!(Monochrome: It's isn't just for Monday's anymore!)
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