Mid-Week Monochrome – MWM 2


Bateman House
A photograph of the main house at Bateman’s in East Sussex. The former home of Rudyard Kipling.

It is time for Mid-Week Monochrome again and I thought I would process another image we took way back in 2012 when we first started on our photography challenge.  It is a photograph of the main house at Bateman’s House which is owned and maintained by the National Trust.  And of course, it was the former home of the late Rudyard Kipling.

On another note, however,  I do have to say I am a little disheartened that this challenge doesn’t seem to be taking off… but I will persevere with it… and will continue doing a mid-week monochrome, as I do love monochrome photography.  Who knows perhaps it will catch on later.  Honestly guys, this challenge is easy to enter… just follow the instructions below.

How to join the challenge

If you wish to participate in the weekly challenge, please feel free to do…  my weekly post will be published at 11am  Wednesday mornings.  The challenge will be called Mid-Week MonochromeMWM # (# representing the number).

  1. Publish a post on your blog by the following Wednesday as this challenge starts on a Wednesday and my post for the forthcoming week is published at 11 am UK Time.
  2. Use the tags on your posts MWM or  Mid-Week Monochrome – that way I can find the tags easily in WordPress Reader, which means I won’t miss a submission.
  3. Create a pingback to the relevant week.
  4. If you can’t create pingback/trackback, don’t worry, post a comment below and I will comment on your blog.
  5. Follow Ryan Photography so you don’t miss out on the weekly challenges.

 

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Written by Bren (Ryan-Photography)

Bren Ryan is a female amateur photographer and blogger who along with her husband, Ashley, have created a photography blog called Ryan Photography which showcases the places they've visited on their photography journey. Bren and Ashley primarily concentrate their photographic skills on landscape, architecture and floral subjects. Based in the South East of England they hope to give their readers an insight into the wonderful and beautiful landscapes, buildings and places that the South of England has to offer.

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