Sunday, 10 May 2009

Naturally monochrome!


Is it cheating to use a monochrome dog? See other monochrome photos at Monochrome Weekly Theme

22 comments:

  1. The perfect subject.
    Welcome to the Theme.

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  2. Thank you Aileni! I am driving myself mad trying to link to Monochrome . . . can you help please?

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  3. Isn't the Linky working for you? I can't think why not as it seems okay otherwise ?

    http://aileni9.blogspot.com/

    Copy and paste the above - it should work.

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  4. PERFECT!! Loved it :-)))

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  5. I love your subjects moody air!

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  6. Thank you Aleini . . . it does help to have the right URL (blushes)

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  7. You are so right - now you only lack the other 100 :-)

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  8. That is not cheating, it is most natural.
    lovely pup....

    p.s. I would not want a gibbet outside my door...lol

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  9. Not cheating, inpsired. and so very cute. Welcome to monochrome.

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  10. Not cheating at all! Perfect.

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  11. Lovely shot of a gorgeous dog.

    Thanks for visiting my blog.

    PS.... i know what you mean about animals on cliffs. These were not that close to edge though so it was ok. :-)

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  12. This is the perfect subject for monochrome . . . the subject is not exactly on the lookout for Cruella Daville.

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  13. Beautiful and it made me laugh. Always appreciate that!

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  14. I posted mono collies recently and wondered whether black and white subjects worked better than a standard colour scene. You already have contrast so that's a start!

    Lovely photo.

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  15. What a cutie pie! He's a sleepy monochrome subject:)

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  16. Sweet pup ... tho I hear dalmations can be tough to train

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  17. LOL! Love your monochrome dog! :-)

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  18. Thank you, folks, for your kind comments and warm welcome. This Dalmatian (we have three) is my velcro dog; he's epileptic so known to us as Frodo the Faller - and yes, they can be demanding if under-exercised.

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  19. Of course you can use natural monochrome and it will be awesome

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  20. Great choice for b&w, I would never have considered it for this theme.

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