For Monochrome Monday I offer up this framed joshua tree for your viewing pleasure. If you would like to view other monochrome photographs, then click on over to Monochrome Weekly’s home or if you would like to submit one of your own for our viewing pleasure.
I am a day late with my contribution to Monochrome Weekly. At first I was stumped as to what photograph I wanted to display this week. Overnight while I was working on building my photography website it came to me. And on my way home this morning after dropping my daughter off at the bus stop I remembered what I was going to post. So here is my belated Monochrome Weekly photograph.
For Mother’s Day this year I embarked on a venture to make a special scrapbook for my mother. As I was going through the old photographs I came across these two. The one above is my mother (lower right) and her two older sisters, Norma and Donna.
Ironically some twenty years later another picture is snapped of three girls. The daughters of the three sisters pictured above. That’s me in the lower middle, and my two cousins Michelle and Debbie.
These pictures just highlight one of the many things I love about photography. You can preserve one moment and many years later capture a similar moment for all to see.