“Monochrome” doesn’t mean just black and white. It also means shades and variations of one colour, any colour. Where’s My Backpack has a weekly travel theme and this week it’s One Colour, showing photos that are monochrome, shades of one colour. Here’s a few from my travels.
Shades of blue: Tivoli, Copenhagen’s theme park, has a small aquarium.
Shades of yellow/orange: The Arc de Triomphe in Paris is normally just plain stone. But at night, it’s lit up and the camera sees that light as a yellowy orange. This is a detail on the side of it.
The Salford Museum at the Salford university has a Victorian style replica “street” called Lark Hill. This is the blacksmith shop. The photo was not taken as sepia toned or changed to it. This is as it was in colour out of the camera.
Family of otters at the London Zoo
Bones from the Capuchin Crypt in Rome, an old favourite :)