Brashley Photography’s Mid-Week Monochrome Challenge : Maryland’s Statehouse
This is an experiment of sorts on my part. I’ve never inserted a slideshow before today. I rather like the effect. One is able to display several photographs in a small amount of space. It spares one from scrolling down, down, down. There are only three photos in this particular slideshow. In future when I have a lot of photos that I’d like to present at once, I will definitely employ this feature.
Brashley Photography’s Mid-week Monochrome Challenge
Here we have something of a macro of a bouquet of roses in black and white.
I was saving these chairs for another challenge, but that doesn’t mean I can’t use them here. They fit the bill!
The fellow on the left who looks like the bird that the canary is George Washington. Can you guess who the other two are? This portrait hangs in the State House of Maryland in Annapolis, my hometown.
Shredded carrots (black and white) from the salad bar, January 4, 2020.
Asparagus (green) from the grocer’s produce section. White onion. Same day, same venue. I’m submitting these for Bren’s Mid-Week Monochrome (MWM) challenge. I’ve made sure to follow Brens and Ashley’s blog. They also host a weekly photo challenge. Do check them out!