I’m back to the monochrome images again. For what ever reason, these images seemed to saying “try the black and white.” So I did. This is a local park, I try to visit often. I have used images from here before, some probably with in the last couple of weeks. And they were in color. Nothing wrong with that, just going for the black and white seems to extend the range of that image. I still find them to be ……classic or maybe timeless? It seems to pull up the roots of photography to use the “old way.” I have always liked the “old way,” even in the machinery I used to work on. My daughter and I both seek out old machines to photograph. Rusty and aged metal draws like a magnet. One image has a statue in the fog (fog is always a plus). The fellow’s name is Harvey Scott. He was the editor of the local newspaper until he passed in 1910. He is pointing west. As it is close to being officially winter, that means snow for some and cold for those and others. We don’t have that here yet, so I may get to work on that later. Season’s Greetings to for now!