GPC: February’s Monochrome Garden

This post is for Jude’s Garden Photo Challenge. For February we’re asked to share monochrome photographs from around the garden.

I took all of these pictures around our garden earlier today. I’d intended to share photographs from my sister’s garden as I did for January’s Garden Photo Challenge – she has lots of nooks and crannies with interesting statues and ornaments – but unfortunately I haven’t had a chance to take any. Each time I’ve visited her house the weather has been too foul to venture out of the door! I managed to find lots of things around my own garden, though, that I thought would work quite well in black and white.

I hope you like them.


15 thoughts on “GPC: February’s Monochrome Garden

  1. I fear for all the new growth in the hard frost forecast this week. My favourites here are the ivy and the lichen – they both work extremely well in black and white.
    Jude xx


  2. Beautiful photos. Lately, I have this thing for black and white photographs. There is an expression in them that is not always evident in colour photographs. Perhaps, a bit of nostalgia too.


    1. Thanks, Aletta. 🙂 It was interesting to take pictures purposefully for black and white – I was looking at the textures a lot more than I usually do. I’m glad you like them.

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