An end to house and tree

Black And White Photography, Photography, Steven

Dead tree, Ruined house © Steven Willard

The tree just gave up and died, the house is for sale and will likely be torn down; it sits an a beautiful piece of land between Woodbury and Washington, Connecticut. The tree will be removed to make way for a much grander house. I’m not sure which affects me more.

I wrote about the house on my personal blog here

Olympus OMD-EM1 with 12-40mm f2.8 zoom, processed in Snapseed.


Black And White Photography, Joerg, Photography

No it is not Quicksilver, it´s just a Mirror in the rain !

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Tire Swing

Black And White Photography, Laurie, Mobile Photography

Somehow I arrived at my destination and realized that my camera was in my hand, the battery was fully charged back at home!  Argh!! Thankfully, I still had my cell phone.


Andre, Black And White Photography, Photography

According to the files in the monochromia folder on my disk, this is my 100th post here on Monochromia. It’s amazing how quickly the time has passed. I’m still glad to be a part of this great community of talented photographers and lovers of monochrome images.

So, I looked for a very special image to celebrate this anniversary.

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The Face of Crazy Horse

Black And White Photography, David Jensen, Photography

On my recent trip to the Black Hills of South Dakota I had the opportunity to go up to the work site at the Crazy Horse Memorial. At this time, the most complete feature of the sculpture is the face. work is on going on the pointing hand and it will be several generations before the memorial is completed. When it is finished, it will stand as the largest sculpture on the planet.