Chambre 1830s | Monochrome Madness 2 – 41

I have finally started to sort through my Tasmania photos and Port Arthur was proving difficult as I had so many shots.

One shot I particularly liked was a vignette of a bedroom scene in one of the cottages in the Port Arthur historic site.  I loved the texture and pattern of the quilt cover that was exposed by the sun shining through the window, the sheer curtain revealing some of the outside world that was the first view for a number of years of the owner as they woke from sleep and the beautiful old basin and jug.

I didn’t have a tripod so held my breath and luckily there was enough light to get the image without too much blur, if anything a bit of softness probably added to the effect I wanted.


For more monochrome images this week please go to Leanne Cole Photography blog link.

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  1. Ha ha, yes, that really is the sort quilt granny had 🙂

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  2. Excellent composition and the B&W with it’s contrast and textures creates a nostalgic and dreamy finish.

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  3. I remember looking at your Tasmania post and scrolling throught all the gorgeous color shots, some black and whites and stopping at this one, mesmerized! So glad you posted again. My head just goes to poetry with it!

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  4. So beautiful, you achived a vintage look.

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  5. Kaz, that is one beautiful image, perfect and while being so simple it contains so much. My kind of shot, great result…I could go on…..Have a great weekend, MM 🍀

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