MM 200: Monochrome Madness — LEANNE COLE – The Photographer’s Mentor

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It is surprising to see the number 200 up there for Monochrome Madness. There have been 200 MM posts over the last 4 years, which is quite amazing really. Still nice to see that some of you still want to contribute. Not a surprise to see last week that it is one of the most popular posts.

The next theme is the first Wednesday in April and it is From Under. As always it is your interpretation…….

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I’m A Duck That Does Not Give A Quack! — Through Open Lens

Hooded Merganser ( Female )

2 Guys walking down the street.

One walks into a bar, the other ducks.

Interesting Fact:  The female chooses the nest site, and may start scouting for next year’s tree cavity at the end of each breeding season. Nest cavities can be in live or dead trees and are usually close to water. Cavities are typically 10–50 feet off the ground, up to about 90 feet. Hooded Mergansers nest readily in boxes, preferring those with wood shavings or nest material from previous uses. They prefer cavities with 3–5 inch openings.

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2018-01-08: Monochrome Monday

 

 

 

Happy Monday to all!  For my first monochrome Monday post of the year, I decided to share not only my favourite animal, but an image that I recently printed for a display in my home.  I love surrou…

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Photo Of The Day!

 

 

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5 – Zen Postcards

Photo: Alex Markovich. Taken with Microsoft Lumia 550.

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Mailboxes (Three Photographs) | Victor Rakmil Photography

My favourite happens to be the first photograph for its purity.. go visit there

 

I like to shoot series, in this case a series of photos of mailboxes. I’ve done this with doors windows and other things. Once there are enough photos I can cull them further until I have a coherent group of photographs of both the same quality and direction. Sometimes it’s a bit more challenging than it seems. It’s like collecting things, you don’t always find what you want and it can take some time until you have a sufficient number of photos that fit your criteria.

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