Morning in the Woods

Black And White Photography, Laurie, Photography


Depsite the rain and cloudy skies that I encountered while riding through the hills and hollers of Kentucky, I was none the less, struck by the beauty of the area.  Walking into the mist during an early morning hike in Breaks Interstate Park, I was surrounded by the quiet sounds of morning in the woods. The light coming through the trees let me know that the canyon was not too far off, but once I arrived, I had to use my imagination as to what lay before me.  No disappointment though … just peace.

The return to work, and life in general, has so far been a barrier to sharing the tales of my recent travels.  I will get it done, however, and I’ll hope you’ll come on over to Life on the Bike and Other Fab Things to ride those roads with me.

Be sure to check out the blogs of the other Monochromia contributors, too!

39 thoughts on “Morning in the Woods

  1. I never read 50 shades of grey but I do think she could have used your photo as a teaser….awesome tone on tone on tone…….Also loved the words you’ve used to share this part of your day with us, really beautiful LB. xoK


    1. Thank you!!! I’m so glad to know you are visiting our blog from way out northwest!!! Love that you’re having such a great time!


  2. The way that light reflects from the rear center of the photo, it gives the background a sublime misty appearance. Its almost like the tree in the center is reaching for some sort of peace that only the sky can offer. Thanks for sharing…


    1. Joe – our Champion! Thanks for all you do for us! AND, now that I seem to be getting things back under control after vacation and a crazy first week back, I plan to visit and share the FB page for Monochromia. Finally!


  3. Wow! Super nice picture! You captured the light very well and this tree in the middle seems trying to escape to catch ilght. I really love this Laurie!


  4. This is an incredible image Laurie, you captured every nuance of the tones and mist. I actually have mist on my eyeglasses from looking at this 🙂 Very well done.


    1. Thank you!! Atmospheric is a great word … I could feel the mist, hear the moisture dropping on leaves and ground, and see the light coming through the trees. I felt surrounded by really good things.

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