075/366: Monochrome

Another day when I only took a couple of pictures, on the morning dog walk. I noticed that one of the now leafless trees on the route looked interestingly creepy, so I took a couple shots of that. I didn't notice that the mode selector on the camera had gotten bumped to full manual, though, which meant the sky behind the tree got all blown out. Switching to greyscale sorta-kinda redeems this, though:

Bare tree branches are interestingly creepy. Bare tree branches are interestingly creepy.

(It was dismal and cloudy, so this isn't even an inaccurate representation of what I saw...)

So, um, let's pretend I did this deliberately, for effect. Yeah, that's the ticket.

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