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Saturday, 6 February 2010

Monochrome Weekend.


Wall and post.
By the sea.


This theme was started by Aileni.
This week's entries can be found here, and the best of last weeks are here.

40 comments:

Aileni said...

Yes, yes, yes!!!

Serendipity said...

What Aileni said! I love the texture of the wood.

Lara Neusiedler said...

a powerful image!

Salitype said...

i love it! it tells its own story!

off topic: you could be right...its a Cinnabar moth.It has a yellow stripped body but a black and teloow wing.

thanks for dropping by. I knew its not a butterfly...lol!

sally in norfolk said...

some really really nice photos here :-)

Kate said...

Solid!

John said...

Old wood and rocks, great textures, always work well on mono.

webruci said...

It is true! ...sun sea and rocks is always work for me too:)
Your picture is beautiful.

Dagrun said...

The shadows and sun make great contrasts.

Tone said...

This was powerful and beautiful! Great mono :-)

Carver said...

That's fantastic. I love the way the rocks and wood are dominant with the sea almost looking like a small pond.

afv said...

No words ever needed to describe this. It is a crisp mono.

RuneE said...

This photo makes me long for the days when a stroll by the sea might make such a subject possible :-)

David C. said...

Great contrast in tones and textures.

Robin said...

Beautiful textures.

Spiderdama said...

This is very beautiful!:-)

Chie Wilks said...

such an awesome shot...! thanks for visiting mine...

Kilauea Poetry said...

Terrific..mono of wood and this lovely scene!

Sylvia said...

That's a great picture!

Julie said...

For me, this is all about lines splicing up the space. Lovely and simple. The simpler the better. Love it.

John`s Photography said...

Great composed mono shot!

Mona Sweden http://fotoentusiastenfotoblogg.blogg.se said...

Lovely close-up. I like it a lot.
http://fotoentusiastenfotoblogg.blogg.se/category/monochrome-weekend.html

bettyl said...

What a wonderful shot!

zem said...

Great texture. Nice shot.

Bengbeng said...

the texture of the wood.. it is so rich

Kitty said...

A really strong image! The rocks are so touchable.

Irene said...

Love it!

Marie Höglund said...

Wonderful!!! You have captured this awesome light in this post. Thanks for sharing.

Three Rivers, Michigan said...

Ooh, very dramatic and all of the detail so clear!
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Carolyn Ford said...

Very nice...accentuates the power of the sea!

awarewriter said...

This image shows your mastery of B&W and the keen eye of an artist.

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

An extraordinary combination of post and rocks by the sea. Very artful.

Bella said...

Old wood and old rocks- definitely a winner! Beautiful! :)

hip chick said...

I love this one!

raf said...

Super, Dragonstar! Great combination of textures and all the better with the sea included in the composition.

Clueless in Boston said...

Beautiful composition of wood, stone and sea. Looks beautiful in black and white.

michael bird said...

The wood is striking but the rock and the water and the air are forever. (Tks for you comments.)

Debbie said...

Really like this picture. x

Rambling Woods said...

I have always wanted to live by the ocean...I love everything about it and you capture everything about it so well....Michelle

Lucy Corrander said...

I don't know how I managed to miss this last week - but I've caught up with it now. It jumped out at me from Aileni's Showcase not only because it is a lovely photo but because it is so very much like the rocks and sea and posts of wood near where I live on the Dorset Coast.

Where is it of?

Lucy