Tag Archive: monochrome

Make a Wish

Part of the fun in life is believing in magic/superstitions. From wishing on a shooting star, to finding a four-leaf clover for good luck, to making a wish and blowing on dandelion fluff.  Magic is everywhere,… Continue reading

Nature’s Beauty

I love taking photographs of nature. It’s so beautiful, yet we sometimes don’t take the time to appreciate it. It’s amazing how you can see something everyday and take it for granted that… Continue reading


I took this photo because the light streaking in reminded me of a spotlight on a stage. “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players” – William Shakespeare

Nature’s Silhouette

I took this photo at a park in Toronto. I converted the image to black and white to put more focus on the shapes and outlines. I felt that this photo in monochrome… Continue reading


I took this photo at Etienne Brule Park and converted it to black & white. Nature is so peaceful and serene. Walking through a park is a great way to relax and decompress.


I took this photo in Toronto. I was drawn to the slightly dark and chilling beauty of the leaves.


I took this photo in Italy. I was interested by the rather dapper looking man.

Sad Eyes

I took this photo when I was in Capri, Italy. The dog looked so sad and it broke my heart. I just wanted to comfort him and give him a big hug. I… Continue reading


I took this photo in Italy. I converted this photo to black & white. I felt that it added to the mysterious/dramatic mood.

Monochrome Beauty

Nature is a beautiful subject to photograph. Its beauty is eternal and it feels like it would follow the idea of live and let live. With so much turmoil in the world, it… Continue reading