There is a large tall Norfolk Island Pine tree in my neighbour’s front yard and it is often home to many varieties of nesting birds, all at different levels of the tree.
The last couple of years a pair of Brown Goshawks (Raptor family) have used the tree to nest and raise their babies. They have returned again and built their nest right at the very top of the tree and are beautiful to watch.
Their first clutch doesn’t appear to have hatched and they built a second nest below the first and that has resulted in one baby Goshawk.
PhotoHunt theme for the week beginning 9th March 2013 is ‘Monochrome’
We tend to associate monochrome as being shades of grey but monochrome definition says:
1.a painting or drawing in different shades of a single color.
2.the art or technique of producing such a painting or drawing.
3.the state or condition of being painted, decorated, etc., in shades of a single color.
4.being or made in the shades of a single color: a blue monochrome seascape.
5.having the images reproduced in tones of gray: monochrome television.
So this week I have a selection of monochrome pictures that only nature can produce.
Vibrant green monochrome
Sea mist makes the view very monochromatic
Every shade of orange you can imagine
Pale pink misty sunrise
A full moon setting in the west in the early morning sunrise
Comments are welcome
Click on the pictures to view the original on flickr
About the PhotoHunt
The Saturday PhotoHunt is a photography blog “meme” that was started in March 2006
To play, you simply post a photo on your own blog that represents the theme. These are snapshots that you might have taken on a trip, with your family, or in your home. It is important to use only your own photos.
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