Bumping up the ahhh! factor . Meet Max my daughters new puppy she brought him over to say hello at Christmas dinner. He promptly fell asleep on the sofa.
Nikon 24-70 f2.8
aka Feelie McWheelie
I can’t imagine what must be going through the mind of the dog as it looks for a place to take care of business and sees all the natural spaces fenced off.
It gives me great pleasure to introduce this talented young lady who is interested in photography at such a young age. She originally discovered Monochromia by following one of our Main Contributors Elina. I hope you enjoy this post and future posts by Anne-Cécile Gohier’
Hello, my name is Anne-Cécile Gohier’, and I grew up in France in the pretty town of “Maine et Loire”. I’m a young lady who is sixteen years old and I am absolutely in love with books, it’s sort of my escape. I also like drawing very much, and of course photography is a part of my life now. I think I caught the photography bug from my father who also enjoys taking pictures.
On Christmas day of 2013 I received my first camera. I am still in the process of learning every day and my camera comes with me everywhere in all my travels, it’s like my best friend (don’t tell anyone but I even named him “Charlie” haha).
I love all kinds of photography, especially landscapes and nature, but my cats are my most faithful models. I am in harmony with nature, I love to hear birds, the wind in the trees and the activity of the city far away. One day I went to the park in my town early to take some pictures and I noticed three baby deer on my way, it was wonderful to be there and be part of nature even if it only lasted a short time. I love to photograph moments like these. I have a lot to learn and I realize its a constant learning process, as I said, photography is a part of me now.
I had never really approached photography from a purely black and white perspective but it interests me more and more every day. I think of it as new door opening for me.
I would like to say thank you to everyone involved with this blog and I can definitely see myself appreciating black and white more and more.