My contribution to Monochromia this week. My contribution with the terrible caption 🙂
It’s hard to believe that it has been 5 weeks since that incredible weekend in NYC. The past month has been a blur!
When Joe, Stacy, Terry, and I were taking the subway to meet up with Patti and Robyn, I had fun trying to stay upright without holding onto anything as the train sped underneath the streets of the city. I also posted myself right in the window to grab this shot.
Such fabulous memories of a great time.
(and, just FYI, I did manage to stay upright … although I’m not sayin’ it was pretty 🙂 )
As you view this Black & White image, I am on the train to NYC to meet up with some of the photographers who contribute to Monochromia!
We all know the gifts of WP blogging, and I’ve been tremendously blessed to have made friends the world over.
In just a few short hours, I’ll be gathering with photographers that I met years ago through WordPress. Since then those photographers have become friends and I cannot wait to them all in person.
Stay tuned for photos!
If you haven’t visited yet, you are missing out on some incredible Black & White Photography by some very talented photographers.
Be sure to visit Monochromia soon.
My contribution to Monochromia this week
I’d never seen a live Starfish before. What a neat find during a morning walk on Siesta Beach.
A little Starfish research offered the following info:
Starfish come in a variety of colors, shapes and sizes, but they all resemble a star. They have spines covering their upper surface and a soft underside. Starfish are not actually fish. They do not have gills, scales, or fins. They have tiny tube feet to help them move along.
My post for Monochromia this week.
It was a bright, sunshiney day, but tell me, do you think it was cold or warm? This image could go either way, right?