Garden Photography : Monochrome…

Jude (Earth laughs in flowers) is hosting a weekly challenge related to garden photography. Each month has a different theme. February is black and white or tones of one colour. Look for texture, shape and patterns. The subject matter is entirely up to you, but should be loosely garden related.

This week I have chosen green as the monochrome colour.

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17 thoughts on “Garden Photography : Monochrome…

  1. And wonderful greens they are too, Pauline. The curly fronds are especially beguiling.

  2. The fronds unfolding are natures scrolls, beautiful.

  3. Lovely curls and bamboo greens 🙂

  4. Oh, nice ones Pauline! Love the unfurling fronds….

  5. What a great idea – garden oriented! You greens are wonderful – my favourite without doubt is the first one with the unfolding fronds. The pattern they make is so delicate.

  6. These are absolutely beautiful, Pauline. Those curling fronds are glorious!
    I’m offline for a while on my way to Canberra to see my mother whose just gone into palliative care. Don’t know how long it’ll be but I’ll be dropping in and out of blogging for a little while xxx

    • Sorry to hear about your Mother Dianne. She will be pleased to see you. A difficult time for you. Take care and look forward to seeing you whenever you can drop by.

  7. Love the first one especially, Pauline 🙂

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