Laura Macky Photography

Journey of a body on this earth

Tucked Away – Monochrome Madness


I didn’t have too much to choose from for this week’s MMC so I took a picture of a succulent and processed it in Nik SEP2 and PSCC.   I still love the challenge of coming up with “something” out of nothing.

Please check out Leanne Cole’s blog later for the entire gallery.

Tucked Away

Tucked Away


Author: lauramacky

Journey of a Body on this Earth

43 thoughts on “Tucked Away – Monochrome Madness

  1. Why monochrome madness Laura ? It’s very beautiful !

    • Oh that’s the name of the Tuesday (if you’re in the states time zone) challenge hosted by Leanne Cole. It’s called Monochrome Madness on tuesdays. 🙂 Thank you! Anyone can enter! She usually posts the entire gallery later in the U.S. timezone day. So probably in about 6 hours or so. It varies.

  2. Gorgeous shot Laura, I reckon thats one of those images that would look stunning in B/W or colour 🙂

  3. I would love to see the colour version of this as well…

  4. A worthy entry for the MMC – glad to have you back at it. You have really been fine tuning your editing skills while you have not been as able to go out and shoot. Very good!

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  6. love!! I said in before so again- monochrome mystical!!!

  7. Love the rich saturation of grays in this succulent!

  8. Gorgeous photo Laura! 🙂

  9. Beautiful work Laura, I like the deep rich tones, the depth of the tones is wonderful

  10. I think you did a beautiful job with this image. You do seem to create stunning images with that macro lens. No wonder you love it.

  11. Beautiful! I enjoy succulents, they are so interesting to me. And, with a macro lens…well that is like eye candy. Great entry this week.

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  13. This shot really has a subtle beauty.

  14. I don’t always like looking at images of flowers, but yours are always so incredible. I love how you frame them and process the images. This one is unreal.

  15. Looks wonderful. I like the vignetting on this that draws the eye in to the centre. 🙂

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