My contribution to Monochromia this week is of a dock that seems to go on forever. If you love black and white photography, you’ll like Monochromia.
Some would say that overcast and rainy days are not fitting for vacations on the Chesapeake Bay. On the contrary, these types of days encourage quiet walks and talks with friends (and loud, joyful laughing, too), cookouts on the beach, and if you’re me, even a bit of play in the water.
I’d also get up every morning and spend an hour or so with the camera. Something kept me coming back to this dock and this perspective.
The dock, and the world, just seemed to go on forever.
Wonderful…the soft light of overcast days is wonderful for textures and atmosphere….there is an eternal feel to this shot 🙂
I’m so glad you see what I saw, Seonaid! Eternal is an even better word!
I like such days as this. Lovely!
Thank you, Mae. It was definitely peaceful …
This is like something from my dreams. It really speaks to me. I detest summer weather like today–the heat with it’s glaring sun assaulting my skin. So tranquil to imagine myself occupying your photograph instead. Thank you!
I’m so glad you liked this one! I’m really proud of how it turned out
amazing composition and wonderful b&w!
Thank you so much! your comment is appreciated.