This is my submission for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #70: Monochrome.
For challenge #70, Patti invited us to explore the world of monochrome. She said, “For an extra challenge, try adding a bit of color to a black and white image.”
We have taken many photos of this tree. It grows in the middle of a farmland; we couldn’t get closer. I always wonder what kind of tree it is.
One of the houses we had lived in had an oak tree in the backyard. I thought acorns were cute, but my husband didn’t like them, because they messed up the yard.
I found this mushroom at the end of a wooden bridge in a state park. I wanted to take a closer look, but my husband was already 30 feet in front of me, so I clicked and left.
Some of us rather take an action than speaking words. Some couldn’t comprehend actions. 😉
We went to see Tundra Swans on the other day. It was cold, but at least they had each other, I thought to myself.
Thank you, Patti.
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