Monochromia: Buckle Up

So, happy, happy me! I am now a Main Contributor to Monochromia! Currently, my dedicated “spot” is Fridays at 1:00 pm EST, so I’ll be posting there and reblogging the post here. If you want to leave a comment or a like, head on over to the original post to voice your opinions (that way you can browse through the site!). Thanks, Joe, for including me in this wonderful forum for black and white photography.

If you love black and white photography, you’ll love Monochromia.
Heck, you’ll love it even if you prefer color photography!
Stop by and visit. You’ll be glad you did!


Older woman getting ready to put on her bike helmet as her male bicyling partner waits and watches.
Standing in a park, dozens of bicyclists swirling past me,
I caught sight of the woman’s hands first. Hands with a history.

As I turned my full attention to her, I saw her lovely face,
lined with the same history as her hands.
I saw her companion quietly and patiently waiting
as she readied herself for their ride.
I saw a simple scene that filled my mind with so many thoughts.

I knew I had to capture it.

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7 thoughts on “Monochromia: Buckle Up

  1. Stacy, I think (I could be wrong) that this is my first time visiting your blog and I look forward to viewing more of it (oh, how I wish I had more time in the day to look at intriguing, beautiful, and fascinating images).
    This one is just wonderful and your words add so much!


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