Fenwick Mines in Monochrome May 23, 2015 by LB My contribution to Monochromia this week. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
Really good details on this one, beautiful black & white! 🙂
Thank you, Mario. Your comment means much to me.
That would look good in any colour
Thank you, Derrick. In life, this image was so incredibly green! We’ve been blessed with much rain this year so the trees are brilliant!
This photo is perfect for illustrating a dark Gothic novel! Cheers, Johanna
Thank you, Johanna! You write it and I’ll provide the image 🙂
Have a wonderful weekend!
Thank you and right back at you! I was able to take a break from the campaign and ride 275 miles through the Virginia countryside. It was a perfect day to be on the bike!
Today, I’ll be attending a Memorial Day Program as a member of the planning committee.
It’s a great photo – but give me the greens of the earlier photos of that trip …….. they were yummy!
They really were green, weren’t they?
We’ve been blessed with an abundance of rain this year.
We rode many, many miles yesterday and the colors were incredible! Photos soon!
Thank you, Edith. The stillness of the mill pond made for wonderful reflections!
Off to visit your blog!
simple and beautiful!
Thank you so much! Lovely to hear from you!
Nice reflection, looks good in B/W
Something about a reflection, right?
Thanks! Got to take a 275 mile ride yesterday … wish I could have kept going 🙂
I’m a sucker for a good reflection. Not a bad run, how many hours?
Expertly framed! The way you put this together is so perfect. I just love it. The black and white, and everything…. very nice. 🙂
A beauty of a shot, Laurie and those reflections are so perfect!
My gosh! Couldn’t be more beautiful. The walkway looks like a magic bridge to the forest. Could the water be any more still? What a beautiful spot! xk
OK, this tops everything you’ve done, Laurie! I love it!