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!
Taking literal meaning of Connected, I decided to post these few pictures
Electricity posts connected by several cable amidst greenery surrounding in a hill near my hometown.
It creates a contrast image of nature vs human work.
as well as this bikes connected to each other on a wall in Thailand (when you get off from boat to go to Grand Palace, you’ll see these on there)
and last, Singapore’s famous Marina Bay Sand’s hotel, 3 building connected with what look like a ship and their infinite pool 😉
Picture of it taken from Garden by The Bay Singapore (yes it’s close by, so you can see them clearly from there, and it’s absolutely beautiful!)
all pics are mine all rights reserved – Vina Oktavia
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Connected.”
A series of pictures I took of Temple of Emerald Buddha in Thailand during my short trip to Bangkok on May 2015.
Copyright 2015 – All rights reserved – Vina Oktavia
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “From Every Angle.”