A collection of monochromes from around the world.
Red monochrome: The industrial interior of the Guinness Storehouse at St. James’s Gate Brewery in Dublin, Ireland. Yellow monochrome: Daffodils for sale in the market, one of the first signs that spring is here.Blue monochrome: Turquoise, another form of blue, is often used to accent this intense blue, especially in Beautiful Blue Bundi. Purple monochrome: Purple view from ARoS Rainbow Roof walkway in Aarhus, Denmark. Green monochrome: A soothing green from Monet’s garden in Giverny, France. I can easily imagine strolling along this path beside a waterlily pond and being inspired by all the green that surrounded me. Orange monochrome: Al’s favourite colour is orange. Whenever we’re travelling and I misplace him, I just look around for someone who is tall and orange, and usually find him right away.White monochrome: Scallop shells are used to mark the path of El Camino in Spain.Black monochrome: The last of the sunset in Koh Lanta, Thailand. Grey monochrome: The interior of Rouen’s gothic cathedral is a study in grey.Gold monochrome: The walls at the Mahamuni Pagoda in Mandalay are completely covered in gold leaf, and the Buddha there has so much gold applied he’s absolutely lumpy with it.
More of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Monochromes.