Monochrome Madness

I have once again participated in Leanne’s Monochrome Madness challenge. This time I used one of the photos that I took at Mundoolun Church a few weeks ago.
The challenge is becoming quite popular and it is always wonderful to see the work of others who love photography as much as I do.I have been busy the past few days sorting through my craft room. The GG has been wonderful and put together a flat pack pantry/cupboard and also put up shelves for me so that I can rearrange things. I can now see what fabrics I have at a glance rather than pulling them all out of boxes. Hopefully it will save me going out to buy more fabric. (ha ha)
Although the room is a little cluttered, I am loving my extra storage. I will post photos when I’ve finished it all.

Without further ado, here is my photo. No great story with it this week just memories of a lovely Sunday morning out with my family and exploring.
suzjones1Have a blessed day 🙂

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31 thoughts on “Monochrome Madness

  1. Your photos are always beautiful Suz 😀
    I seem to be catching the photography bug from my daughter. To be fair I have always LOVED it…but kinda stepped back from it when the teen got involved (wanted her to have something that was JUST her special thing – ya know?) SO now I use my mobile to just get the itch out…it is kinda a ‘quick fix’ for me when I can’t paint and HAVE to capture lots of awesomeness in a rectangle 😀

    I do so enjoy that you share your lovelies here ❤

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      1. It is cool now she is older…but she always used to get a LITTLE sad that she did not have ‘a thing’ that was hers ONLY. That SHE was renouned for in the family (her ‘identity’) (brother – music; mom – painting/writing; Dad – supreme logical strategist – you get the picture) sounds weird I know – but that was where we were at – THEN…now – I am still not sure if it is dicey territory or not you see… but I will know in time. (dont get me wrong – she never says anything – and hands me her camera sometimes…but yeah – HER SERIOUS hobby… 😉 )

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  2. I love your photo, and I have checked Leann’s site. It’s wonderful, and I can’t wait to read it all. Maybe, one day, I will follow along. 😉

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  3. Awww I guess I commented on your image on leanne’s site but i wanted to let you know I love your image. 🙂 I love churches and yours is such a cute one! I love the processing on it too. 🙂

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    1. That sounds delightful. I love old architecture. We’re heading off again tomorrow for another little trip south but not as far south as you. I’m hoping to find some great things to photograph.

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