1. Originally posted on Monochromia:I took this shot in Brighton last month. Many thoughts came to…

    Joe:

    Love black and white images ? Visit Monochromia – http://groupexpo.wordpress.com
    Image by Louise !

    Originally posted on Monochromia:

    I took this shot in Brighton last month. Many thoughts came to mind while processing this image but one of the first was how he reminded me of the late actor Julian Beck. If you are a thriller or psychological horror fan like myself you may notice the resemblance, if not here is a clip to jog your memory! Julian Beck playing Henry Kane in Poltergeist 2. http://youtu.be/9XPRPB9PnZU

    I took this shot in Brighton last month. Many thoughts came to mind while processing this image but one of the first was how he reminded me of the late actor Julian Beck. If you are a thriller or psychological horror fan like myself you may notice the…

    View On WordPress

     

  2. Where Shall I Grow

    Where Shall I Grow

    Joe:

    Love black and white images ? Visit Monochromia – http://groupexpo.wordpress.com
    Images by Robyn !

    Originally posted on Monochromia:

    Where Shall I grow

    Where Shall I grow

    What Shall I Become

    What Shall I Become

    I begin as one with many,

    But the breeze carries me away.

    I drift along with the wind,

    It carries me East, then West,

    Maybe North and South too.

    I land,

    I am now alone.

    Where shall I grow?

    What shall I become?

    View On WordPress

     
  3. Hand Fan

    Nikon D610 and Nikon 50mm f/1.8 G AF-S Lens – 1/3200 @ f/1.8 – ISO 100…

     

  4. Tools Of The Trade

    Tools Of The Trade

    Joe:

    Love black and white images ? Visit Monochromia – http://groupexpo.wordpress.com
    Photo by me !

    Originally posted on Monochromia:

    CoffeeCup

    Fujifilm X-T1 and Fujinon XF 35mm f/1.4 R Lens – 1/9 @ f/2.8 – ISO 200

    This is an old porcelain coated metal coffee cup sitting on a boat builders desk.  It seemed like this was part of his toolkit. I loved the way the porcelain is worn off the handle from use.

    View On WordPress

     

  5. Where the Time Stands Still

    Where the Time Stands Still

    Joe:

    Love black and white images ? Visit Monochromia – http://groupexpo.wordpress.com
    Photo by Elina !

    Originally posted on Monochromia:

    harmony_ElinaK

    It’s one of those places where you feel as if the time stands still.

    Here is a view from the other side.

    View original

    View On WordPress

     
  6. OMP ?

    Nikon D610 and Nikon 70-300mm AF-S G VR Lens - 1/80 @ f/5.6 - 280mm - ISO 400…

     

  7. Guest Post - Alex Markovich - Part Three

    Guest Post – Alex Markovich – Part Three

    Joe:

    Love black and white images ? Visit Monochromia –

    http://groupexpo.wordpress.com

    Photo by Alex !

    Originally posted on Monochromia:

    AlexThree (1 of 1)

    This is a photo of a Russian FED 35mm rangefinder film camera.  For those who are not familiar with this camera here is a wikipedia link – Russian FED Camera

    View original

    View On WordPress

     

  8. Kelso

    Kelso http://wp.me/s2IEvA-kelso

    Joe:

    Love black and white images ? Visit Monochromia – http://groupexpo.wordpress.com
    Photo by Emilio !

    Originally posted on Monochromia:

    rsz_kelsopct20shed

    Please click on the image for a high res version.

    One of the many ruins that dot the Mojave National Preserve. Situated close to the edge of a huge sandy area named the Devil’s Playground– dunes and salt flats that stretch over 40 miles and merge with several…

    View On WordPress

     
  9. Flower

    Nikon D610 and Tamron 90mm Di SP Macro Lens – 1/125 @ f/5.6 – ISO 100…

     

  10. MS Lord Selkirk II

    MS Lord Selkirk II

    Joe:

    Love black and white images ? Visit Monochromia – http://groupexpo.wordpress.com
    Photos by Mike !

    Originally posted on Monochromia:

    ShipTwo (1 of 1)

    ShipOne (1 of 1)

    Years ago, this 176 foot long ship sailed the Red River and Lake Winnipeg and was one of the largest passenger vessels in western Canada. Now, the rusting and slowly decaying hulk of the MS Lord Selkirk II rests and waits. Either she’ll be scrapped (which…

    View On WordPress