Saturday, May 29, 2010

Monochrome by the bedside

The current view as seen by a patient suffering from bronchitis and/or pneumonia (but hopefully on the mend).



This Monochrome concept came from Aileni at Monochrome Weekend.

27 comments:

Dina said...

Oh no. Might that patient be you??

photoinspire said...

oh where are u invisible person! :P

Aileni said...

A lot miserable after a break away in the US.
A good recovery and soon.
I am impressed by your dedication to the theme.

Carver said...

I hope you will feel better soon (if you are the patient and if not that the patient will be better soon). I like the simplicity of this shot.

John said...

Bad luck. There is something about bathroom/toilet shots that is quite 'gritty'; must use mine sometime.

Reader Wil said...

I hope that you are not the patient? Thanks for your comment about Scotland. You wrote that it's like Norway. I thought that too, but it was a bit disappointing that the weather was so bleak and cold, and the scenery not half as impressive as that of Norway. The only thing I really thought great was the series of castles, which are different from our castles.

Lara Neusiedler said...

I hope the patient is doing well...

imac said...

Not you I hope my friend.
Very neat tho.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

I found this to be riveting. Get well soon.

Anne said...

Nemmen stakkar liten da :-)
Ble det også med hjem fra det store utland, huff og huff. Håper du nå får medisiner slk at du kommer raskt tilbake og hjem igjen Rune.

Hers med legene og klyp sykpleierne i rumpestumpen. Rop etter pleie og sitronvann!!

Godbedringklem fra Anne

ArneA said...

Bedring dersom du er klein, godt tema dersom du bare presenterer et gammelt photo
Speedy recovery

Rune (Bildebloggen) said...

Ikke noe hyggelig utsikt, men å vite at man er i trygge hender gjør godt bare det. Krativiteten er det ikke noe å utsette på :)
God bedring til den som ikke er frisk!

Dragonstar said...

You can manage to find a striking photo even under such adverse conditions.

Be well.

Barbara Martin said...

Must be the jet lag, and those iv glucose bottles are similar to those in a hospital. RuneE, you must take good care of yourself and get more rest especially after a long flight over the Pond.

Great photo, though. I love the reflection in the mirror of showing a bit more of the room.

Mike Simmons said...

Glad to hear the patient is on the mend! This is perfect in B&W, it adds to the starkness of the subject.

RuneE said...

Thank you all for the nice comments and all the good wishes. I'll try to make the rounds when things get back to normal.

I'm still at the hospital, but things are looking up (I have among other things got a new room with a better view from my bed...). I'm treated well and have nothing to complain about.

Coffeeveggie addict. said...

h0pe y0u get better s0oner!am a pers0n wh0 hate t0 be sick because I was b0rn with a heart failure already and I keep myself fit t0 the best I can s0 I pray for y0ur past rec0very...!

Gunsside said...

Ingen ønskeutsikt nei
- God bedring !

Marka said...

I think I see light from a window. Me wonders what the view out the window is.

Lew said...

The image looks like one from the old masters of the 30's and 40's! I hope the patient is back soon with blue skies and still waters for his shots!

Dagrun said...

Dette hadde jeg ikke fått med meg, vært bortreist noen dager....
Jeg håper du snart er ute av sykehuset, kanskje du alt er det også.

Heier på deg!!

Sara said...

Not a very exciting view for the patient, but it makes a wonderful composition for the photo.

BJ Roan said...

I hope THAT person is feeling much better soon! Handy looking cabinet.

John`s Photography said...

God bedring Rune.

Sistertex said...

Wishing you wellness very quickly. I had this and was truly a bad thing. Rest and regain your health!

Pam said...

Get well soon! I'm pleased they have shifted you to a different room,even if that starkness did lend itself well to black and white!

Dimple said...

I hope, if the patient is you, that you are up and about soon!