Monochrome Monday travels back a couple of weeks to the first Sunday of November.
I had gone down to the Colpoy’s Bay shoreline for the sunrise to find some interesting cloud formations but little colour in the sky.
Taken with the telephoto lens in my lightweight kit of three manual focus primes to isolate some of the clouds and some interesting bands of light on the water.
It shows the mouth of Colpoy’s Bay with White Cloud Island merging with the base of the Niagara Escarpment. The face of the escarpment is visible close to the right edge of the shot.
Monochrome Monday was taken on the way home after photographing a sunrise at the local bay.
The low sun was illuminating the patches of mist amongst the trees and bushes in a hay field so I stopped and took some shots. I thought that the layers created by the mist between the trees and bushes would make an interesting monochrome conversion.
Two varieties of Hosta leaves in monochrome.
Monochrome Monday travels back a couple of weeks to a sunrise over Colpoy’s Bay and the Niagara Escarpment.
Not a very colourful sunrise but with some interesting clouds. What wasn’t as obvious in the colour versions was the rippled clouds higher in the sky. I rather like the way they almost mimic the ripples on the water.
Monochrome Monday travels back 6 days to the Canadian Thanksgiving Monday. I headed down to the Colpoy’s Bay shoreline for the sunrise.
With some interesting cloud formations but little colour in the sky I shot with the idea of some monochrome conversions.
This is the abandoned grocery store in the town of Wiarton on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario, Canada.
It has been standing empty for years getting increasingly derelict. The roof was leaking badly when it was still in use as a grocery store so it’s probably no better inside than it looks on the outside.
A section of the Colpoy’s Bay shoreline with the Niagara Escarpment across the bay.
Taken at Cedar Hill Park on the east side of Colpoy’s Bay.