I am a 42-year old husband and father. I was an avid computer gamer and DOF, F-stops and the like were foreign to me until my wife introduced me to photography.

I began shooting during the latter part of March 2010 and quickly became addicted to it. I started this blog to share my journey and to learn along the way. Special thanks to my wife Eng who encouraged me and to all my friends in Blogosphere who shared their knowledge and taught me to further this craft.

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church (mono)


Please check out my coloured version of this church and let me know what you think.

13 comments:

Johnny Nutcase

very cool in monochrome. perfect angle, too. Love it!

Lynda Howells

love this image but then l think your images are greatxlynda thanks for co
menting on my Ruby tuesday image.lynda
NEWS FLASH


hi everyone. I have decided to close this blog

.....http:tryingtocreateartveryday.blogspot.com

and combine it with my daily blog, as l am getting so busy that l feel l am neglecting EVERYTHING!!!!
So my bog for myArt, my comps, exchanges, daily blog will be......

http://chocolatelifeandjazz.blogspot.com


if you were a follower of this blog, could you please become a follower of this newe blog, so l can keep track of everyone still..pleasexx? thank youxx
Hope to see youat the new blog soonxx Please keep in touchx


http://chocolatelifeandjazz.blogspot.com
http://lynda-oneimageaday.blogspot.com


Lyndaxx

hobbyentusiast

Beautiful...Awsome to look up like this.

Samson

Beautiful, love the treatment

Dragonstar

The two shots are so similar, but the treatment makes such a difference. The mono looks massive and almost threatening.

Dagrun

Great angle!!! How cool. An excellent picture.

Nydia

Amazing perspective! Mmmm... I could see Dracula around...

Kisses from Nydia.

RuneE

Somehow a frightening shot - maybe the angle and the dark sky?

Vita Stunder

I LOVE everything with this shot!
The perspective, the tone, textures..
You rock!!

Anna

Gunsside

Very dramatic, lovely shot ;)

john

the textures of the stone and play between light and shadow gives the picture an interesting depth.

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