The bottom photo is seriously freaking me out. Its quite scary how much a black and white filter can make everything look so different.
LOL .... OMG you've mastered this haunted thing! You should get them printed and framed and then seek out a gallery to have a 'Haunted' exhibition! I'm serious! Every one of these lot look scary and haunted to me! Did you watch a lot of scary movies growing up? ;-)
Tunnel one is very haunted looking, reminds me of an underpass near where I lived in Surry Hills!
Lydia, I'm with Min, these would make a seriously freaky exhibition!!I love looking at beautiful b&w photography, especially when it follows a theme, like these do.
Oh wow, great photos. Very eerie! Deb
I would love to have time to go out and take some shots like this!
I've been jogging with one of my kids - I just take them as I run past(or on the walk to school). Just do it as you go about your day to day!
These photos are fabulous Lydia. They wouldn't have the same eerie impact in colour. Awesome :)
Once you start opening your eyes - there is so much to discover. The B & W suits . Very interesting.
LOL! Still not bored, huh??Sepia toning might be fun when you get tired of monochrome. It might still work!Thanks for linking up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/08/bennett-place-bit-of-history.html, and please join us each week for Wordless Wednesday (on Tuesday)!
Another great collection of photos! I love the choices that you are making with these photos. Thank you for joining us for Photo Friday again this week!
I adore these types. I miss doing this sort of photography!
Thanks for sharing. I guess I need to put my camera on mono-chrome and head out one day. Thanks for sharing