Meaningful in (moody?) Monochrome

I showed a few meaningful images of 2017 a few days ago. But here are a few more that meant something to me, these in monochrome:

Poor old Herald

Through a dark arch

Part of the South Transept

Still Life with old camera

Portrait of Cuban woman

Into the Light

Typical street in downtown Havana

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  1. All good, Sue. I have a fondness for that still life with the old camera, but then I do always enjoy your still life compositions.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. I love your Cuban ones! Especially the lady with the lovely smile. 🙂 🙂 Nice Christmas, Sue?

  3. I remember most of these Sue, my favourite is the still life. I love your still life images.

  4. All beautiful, Sue! And meaningful. Oh, and moody. 😉

  5. Meaningful gallery, Sue. Love them all, but ….I think I have a weak spot for your still lives.

  6. Slumping car wreck is my favourite, but all monochrome suits your style. And I too admire your still life compositions. Mine always look clumsy. Any new series plans for 2018? Do you do a NY resolution about photography? Mine probably should be “not so many and delete lots”. Stylistically? Any ideas? I haven’t pushed the refresh button for a while.

    • Sue

      Glad you like these, Meg! I have just dashed off a couple of (colour) Still Lifes which you may like…. As to Resolutions…NO! But I do need to get exploring a little. And I need to get out with the camera, I’m not doing very much at present

  7. Great gallery Sue. We’ve discussed that old car before and so still love it.
    The Cuban staircase is a great shot and brings back memories for me – I tried to capture it myself and failed!
    But your still life is special. I really don’t think I could do this myself. To put things together into the right composition is a real skill.

  8. Your choice of monochrome really fits these images.

  9. Love your monochromes Sue, but I have a fondness for the old Triumph

  10. Olen Gustafson

    Great photography

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