Monochrome Madness: Week 42


This week my monochrome image came from Fingal Head. It was a very overcast day with a strong wind blowing and rain threatening. I managed, with help from a friend to get out to the edge of the rocks for my photo of Fingal causeway which is a mini Giants causeway.  This is no easy feat as I am scared of heights but it was worth it.  Please forgive the sea spray on the lens it was unavoidable.

I liked the way the sea was swirling angrily and the clouds overhead were ominous, it created an angry photo which I thought was best pictured in black and white.

tempest

For more wonderful black and white images please go to Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness post here.

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26 comments

  1. I do love how everything, both angry and ominous, seems to be rushing towards me. Yes, B&W absolutely is perfect for this photo. Great shot, Karen.

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  2. I live your pictures so much!!!

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  3. Gorgeous! And no detectable sea spray 😉

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  4. OMG…this is FANTASTIC! Right up my alley. Bravo!!!

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  5. The movement! It is incredible and is emphasized beautifully in monochrome. Gorgeous.

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  6. The photo is full of drama both in the sky and the wild ocean, you captured it all!

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  7. Black and white was perfect for this. It is an awesome picture.

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  8. What great drama you captured….well worth the bravery required! The water really does look angry…

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  9. Stunning location and image. Getting that close to the edge of the rocks was well worth it!

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