Monochrome or Duotone images

(James Higginson) #1

Monochrome or Duotone images here

(Mike Kieran) #2

Good one! much history to shoot.

(Mike Kieran) #3

really nice image well done.

(Stuart Wilson) #4

Only the best homemade from you Annie. Good job.

(Annie Reid) #5

Thanks, Stuart. Bronze tissue paper and burnt baking tray textures! Homemade of course.

(Stuart Wilson) #6

Love the treatment Annie

(Annie Reid) #7

It’s fab!

(Annie Reid) #8

Love this one!!

(Annie Reid) #9

On Les Allées Paul Riquet in Béziers Centre Ville.

(James Higginson) #10

Palacio de congresos Kursaal, San Sebastian

(neil whitehead) #11

More a tritone.

(neil whitehead) #12

(Stuart Wilson) #13

No comment. otherwise it’ll be censored :wink:

(Stuart Wilson) #14

It’s not the water you need to worry about. Where we sometimes stay in Capbreton, the house nearest the dunes was once full of sand on the ground floor.

(James Higginson) #15

(neil whitehead) #16

Sorry! I’m in the wrong bit. I’m easily confused these days. As I get older I find myself thinking about the hereafter - I go to a room and then wonder what I’m here after.

(neil whitehead) #17

Due to recent events-and what we are promised in the future, I quite like the idea of a bit of elevation if I were living by the sea.

(James Higginson) #18

That’s not monochrome! :slight_smile:

(James Higginson) #19

I want this house!

(neil whitehead) #20

Pure Essex mud. It’s what the the young ladies of aforesaid county get plastered with every Friday night which is why they are so beautiful. (Think Katie Price!)

The full shot.