Monday, January 23, 2006

Your Monday Photo Shoot: Monochromatic

"The artists world is limitless. It can be found anywhere, far from where he lives or a few feet away. It is always on his doorstep."

-Paul Strand

Your Monday Photo Shoot: Show some of your favrite black/white photos.

-John Scalzi

Here are a few of my favorite subjects...tee hee...but you already knew that! Right?

1. A butterfly I found in Alamo Square Park, San Francisco, California.
2. An abandoned prison I found sitting in the bay. Alcatraz. San Francisco, Ca.
3. The Golden Gate Bridge as seen from Fort Point. San Francisco, California.
4. A gorgeous flower after a rainfall. Berkeley, California.
5. The Lone Cypress, on the 17 Mile Drive, Monterey/Carmel, California.
6. A rose I found in Berkeley, California.

-OndineMonet
"Life In Black & White"
A few moments from 2005/2006

6 comments:

Tess said...

Gotta love that composition on the Bridge.

Karen Funk Blocher said...

The Golden Gate photo is one of my very favorites of yours. And the monochrome is very appropriate for the Alcatraz one. Well done!
Karen
http://outmavarin.blogspot.com/2006/01/eyewitness-to-history-arizona.html

Steven said...

The bridge is something. I also like the lone cypress. Good set!

Gaboatman said...

Carly
Your photos are still taking my breath away!
Sam

sunflowerkat said...

These are all wonderful. But then, your photos always are!!

V said...

Beautiful, Carly.
V