Well, I have never actually tried to take a monochrome photo before, and I’m currently digging my old archive to find if I have “suitable” photos or not.
So, here’s my attempted monochrome photos (I must apologize that I have previously put a watermark in one of them)…
This one, I took when I went to Malang, a town near Surabaya. We were walking through on a theme park and I look up and saw these tree branches and so I took a snap.
This one is taken in Tanah Lot, Bali. Probably one of my most favourite places on earth 🙂
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Monochromatic.”
I hope you enjoy!
When I first read the “Sense of Touch” part, the first thing that came into my simple mind is hand..
Hence, this picture exist..
rough hands of mine.
then, the next morning, when I was waiting for our company car to pick me up for work, – I was waiting in a close by store that build a simple rooftop for their customer’s motorcycle to park to – this sight caught my eyes…
so, the photo above complete my initial idea of Sense of touching – which is a net safety vest I have at work
I hope you all enjoy my entry this week!
- The original safety vest.
2. I took a pic of the vest from another angle, and when I playfully edit the tone, it turns out like this. 😀
This has been rather busy week to make proper post, but I really want to join Cee’s visual photo challenge, so here we go!