Tree Art

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Tree Art
The roots of a Strangler Fig191011_blog_challenge_blackandwhite_tree_art_fig
Insect made patterns on a Scribbly Gum191011_blog_challenge_blackandwhite_tree_art_bark_scribbly
In the bush, someone is always watching191011_blog_challenge_blackandwhite_tree_art_bark_spotted_gum
Spiders help make tree art191011_blog_challenge_blackandwhite_tree_art_bark_web

Wonderful zigzag patterns
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Getting in close
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The wondrous colours revealed when the bark strips off180921_blog challenge_blackandwhite_trees_forest gums_orange_close
and of course I had to revisit my own shadow tree art190712_blog_challenge_blackandwhite_shadows_tree_me1

 

Monochrome Fine Art

The Photo for the Week – 39: Monochrome Fine Art

I am not sure if I have the right photos for this challenge –
“So for your submission, this week, join me on the fine art photography challenge. Fine art is generally darkened images, showing a glimmer of light to the building or subject.”

Here is my selection. Your comments are welcome

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Back in time

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Things Made from Wood

A while ago we went to a town over the mountains, Inverell and went to the Pioneer Village. Many of the buildings have been saved and transported to the village for a living exhibition of the life and times in the 1800’s.     “The Inverell district is in a fertile agricultural region which produces a wide range of crops, including wheat, barley, oats, sorghum, wine grapes and maize. There are also some mining activities with tin, sapphires, zircons and diamonds (mainly industrial) being found.[12] Inverell is known as the ‘Sapphire City’ because of the sapphires that found throughout the local district, contributing to a major part of Australia’s sapphire production.” source Wikipedia

Here is a few of the things I found.

The Miners Store  – Inverell has a mining history since Diamonds were discovered in 1875 and later Sapphires190824_blog_challenge_blackandwhite_things_wood_house_inverell
Inside the old church190824_blog_challenge_blackandwhite_things_wood_church_inside_inverell
The back of the house190824_blog_challenge_blackandwhite_things_wood_house1_inverell
One of the many wagons on display190824_blog_challenge_blackandwhite_things_wood_wagon_inverell