Monochrome Monday: Candle

Warning – Very Dark Humour in this Song (and one swear word)
If I told you once

If I told you once
I told you a thousand times my dear
Never to fall in love with a man
Who drinks from the well of despair


 

I thought from the very start
I’d made it quite clear I fear
Now you’re righteously f*#ked
As you swing from the rope
At the top of the stairs

the spiral staircase 1946
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Monochrome Monday ~ Elliot Lake Miners’ Memorial Park

Elliot Lake’s Miners’ Memorial Park, located on the shores of Horne Lake, is home to the Mining Monument, the Miners’ Memorial, and the Prospectors’ Monument. The park is dedicated to the area’s heritage and history of uranium mining. There is parking and picnic tables available off of Highway 108 in Elliot Lake.

 

The Prospectors’ Monument is the newest instalment in the Miners’ Memorial Park. This monument honours all the early prospectors who staked our area and discovered uranium deposits.

 

The monuments were designed and created by artist Laura Brown Breetvelt.

All compositions were taken with Canon EOS~90D, using the Black and White Filter setting. The setting creates a retro grainy black and white composition.

Live stream video from the Miners’ Memorial Park

 

Monochrome Monday ~ EOSD90 – more than one setting

 

 

 

The first three compositions were taken with Canon EOS~90D, using the Black and White Filter setting. The setting creates a retro grainy black and white composition. The next two flower shots were taken using the regular black and white setting.  Considerable difference in grain and contrast from the special filter setting will be seen.