Monochrome (or Black and white photography) is for me where photography meets art. Here the photographer must pre-visulise a scene without the dominant element of colour. This is more difficult than it may seem and although many photographers have a natural eye for mono photography, for many it is a steep learning curve. For me it was always the quality of the light and the subsequent colours that attracted me to a scene. But every photographer should experiment with the disciplines of working in black and white and this is my take on the genre. Undoubtedly many more images will follow in the coming months and years as I travel deeper into a world without colour.