It's Monday and time for another round of monochrome madness. I've heard the only thing that doesn't change is the cemetery; but one thing I'm positive doesn't change is the devotion of b&w enthusiasts. Their pictures may be viewed at the home of Monochrome Maniacs
Wow! That is a magnificent shot! The subject is perfect.
Boo -oo! I'm just a ghost - ah - a guest!
Epic! This is just superb. The detail in the ironwork and the ambience of the cemetery jump out of the photo and I feel like I have walked into the scene. Thanks for your comments on the Phoenician and Camelback Mountain series on my site.
Wonderful picture with a nice tune.
I visited Highgate Cemetery last month a 'heaven' for a photographer. I got a post on it.
This is stunning. The lighting is perfection. The gates are interesting. Well done with this photo. :-)
Perfect! Your photo is so atmospheric! I love it!
Have a gret week:)
Ah, cemetaries in monochrome work wonders. A beautiful gate, so intricate.
Beautiful!! I love the vintage feel of the shot.
Great shot. What a beautiful gate even if it is to a cemetery. I wouldn't have guess that's where it was.
Gorgeous gate and very atmospheric (and creepy!) photo!
Of course, I just need to ask: who's Lawrence?
Oh, and I think this is perfect for another movie about Dracula!
I'm not so sure about how unchangeable the cemetery itself is, but I agree about is as a worthy subject for B & W. And this was another fine example.
If it wasn't for the Audio notice, this would be utterly timeless. Sepia suits it.
I like this shot; A kind of "gothic" mood.. It makes me think about the old movies of the 30ies.Perfect picture for your B&W monday.
Whoa Nellie! Is this an actual altered photo? I can't take my eyes off of it! If it weren't for the ittle 'audio tours' sign I would have thought that it was a painting!
Absolutely beautiful. I've always loved cemeteries. Great places for shots like yours - superb!
Just perfect again Clueless.
Beaurtiful. I love all the detail.
Ditto, ditto, ditto, Clueless. This is a real gem.
What can I say that haven't been said already? You do know how to make a B&W work!
This would make a superb cover for a mystery novel! The clarity of the gate wrestles with the eerie mystery of the background...
And because we are impressed with your photographic skills, Lois Anne and I have awarded you the Honest Scrap Award, which, in spite of a strange name, is a serious and very prestigious award.
You should be proud!
You can pick up your award at The Villages Daily Photo -
Enjoy and have a wonderful day!
It looks like a scene from a old movie. I absolutely love it!
This gate is fantastic and you made a perfect choice for this b & w post!
Fantastic photo with that dark gate and light background. Seems to be inviting you to the other side.
nice shot, and the monochrome is so fitting for a cemetery picture...
well done! I love the lightness of color and feel of the tree behind the dark, yet inviting gate. The huge tombstone is also essential to the compositions. well done!
The perfect b/W picture.
The black against the light background - makes this magical.
Beautiful. Your monochrome shots are always stunning.
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