It’s a gray, rainy, cold day here in my part of central Washington. So, I thought I’d post a black and white image, courtesy of a freezing winter’s day in Glacier National Park. Some landscapes were made for monochrome, like this view of the mountains from the icy shoreline of Lake McDonald.
May the day find you exploring someplace beautiful, camera in hand.
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2 responses to “Made For Monochrome”
Yes, this seems to be a great opportunity for monochrome images. Looks great.
This is spectacular, Rebecca. The foreground makes it sing. I have monochrome on the brain, too. 🙂