Monochrome Madness May 26, 2015 – Ubiquitous

Ubiquitous

(and almost scary)

The photo below wasn’t part of Monochrome Madness.  With my black and white conversion I was trying to create a cold, brooding winter scene. Something typical of a Midwestern winter day.

Actually the photo was taken in mid-April on a warm sunny day with a deep blue sky and whiffs of white clouds. The color version of the above photo can be found here It’s the third from the bottom.

 

Thanks for stopping by.

David

Something to do:  Within the next 24 hours, try using the word ubiquitous in a conversation.  It’s fun to say and people may start to treat you differently.  If you teach in liberal arts at the college/university level, forget all this.  You have probably already used the word at least twice today and people already treaty you differently.

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2 thoughts on “Monochrome Madness May 26, 2015 – Ubiquitous

    • Thank you Maverick and congrats on working it in at least once today. Based on your comment for this post and last week’s it appears clouds tend to catch your eye.

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