Monochrome Madness: Week 41


This week was a struggle. I guess with Christmas coming up our time is stretched to other things we do not normally do.

Being time challenged I delved into the archives for a picture that I thought might come up nicely in black and white. I chose St Peters Basilica in Rome with a picture of the ceiling with its amazing arches at different levels and angles and the patterned ceiling. It comes up quite interestingly in black and white which shows the architecture at its best with the curves and patterns standing out.

st peters basilica

For some wonderful black and white photos go to Leanne Cole’s blog where she and Laura Macky host this wonderful challenge.

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Categories: Monochrome Madness

16 comments

  1. Yours was one of the five or so that stood out to me the most–absolutely stunning composition and contrast!

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  2. I agree with the comment above.
    This really works in BW Kaz. Everything is brought into view perfectly by the monotones.
    A striking image. Beautiful.

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  3. I agree with Sabina! All are perfect in this photo!

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  4. It’s an amazing place, so BIG! I like it in B&W 🙂

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  5. Superb capture, with stunning lines and patterns, Kaz.

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  6. Amazing shot! Beautiful subject, of course…

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  7. Great choice for MMC Kaz. The details of this architecture is phenomenal. I’m hoping to some day go there myself and your terrific image inspires me to go sooner than later. Well done my friend 🙂

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  8. fantastic architecture and photo Kaz!

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