Mid-Week Monochrome #50 – Hydrangea


A monochrome image of a hydrangea photographed at Rosemoor Gardens in Devon.

Wanna join in on this weekly monochrome challenge….

It’s simple, create a post using Mid-week Monochrome # (#being the number for the week and use the MWM and Mid-Week Monochrome tags. Pingbacks are enabled, however, if you have trouble creating a pingback then simply post the link to your post in the comments below. Happy Wednesday everyone… Enjoy the challenge.

23 responses to “Mid-Week Monochrome #50 – Hydrangea”

  1. That light is perfect. Great shot.

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  2. Another beautiful image, Bren

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  4. Fantastic shot, Bren 👏 The light shows up the detail of the flowers brilliantly 😃 Here’s mine: https://jezbraithwaite.blog/2020/12/17/black-and-white-lensball-mid-week-monochrome-50/

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    1. Thank you… Thanks for joining in the challenge xx

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  5. One amazing capture this is, Bren 🙂

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  8. I agree, beautiful lighting on the flowers. 🙂

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  11. Fantastic image

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