Su Leslie (aka Zimmerbitch) invited me to join her and other bloggers posting a travel photo a day for ten days. The deal is I also invite someone else each day to join in, and ping-back to my post. But as several bloggers I know are already busy with the challenge I am going to resort to inviting “anyone who feels like joining in”
Travel Photo #1
I have lived in the UK for most of my life, but when young I definitely had wanderlust and even ended up living in South Africa for several years which was a wonderful experience. I now look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling. View all posts by Heyjude
20 thoughts on “Travel Photo #1”
I want to jump from one to another but am very aware my legs are not long enough!
I think hopscotch might be better 🙂 🙂
Ah, yes, they are quite well spaced apart, plus different heights. It would be tricky, not to mention stupid to attempt that. 😜
I can dream of having long enough legs!
Oooh, that’s a good cheat! As you see, I’m in on this too, but whether I shall stay the course is very uncertain. We’re all fishing from the same pond. And I’m glad you labelled your photo. I had NO idea.
I figured most of the people I know are doing this, hence the cop out 😁
I’m trying to go for people who don’t seem on the same radar. But it’s hard.
I do rather like the sculpture Jude — once I get past thinking of some sort of liquorice flavoured boiled sweet.
It is quite unusual. I watched a man measuring the distance between some of them. No idea why.
🤔 bit OCD
I suppose that juxtaposition of the old buildings and ‘conceptual art’ is the point of it. Left me a bit cold, to be honest.
Best wishes, Pete. x
Since it was pouring with rain, it left me a little cold too! I couldn’t quite work it all out. Apparently quite controversial at the time too.
Thanks for the link. It all sounds rather pretentious to me. Expressing disike of such stuff is a sure way of being thought ‘ignorant’. But whether it’s chunks of rock in Paris, or piles of neat bricks in the Tate Gallery, I reckon it’s mostly nonsense.
I’m totally with you Pete!
I also don’t really think it goes with the grandeur of the building and looks a bit like things that will suddenly vanish into the ground, but it is interesting. I too understand about the nominating problem. 🙂
Apparently it used to be the car park so I suppose it is better than a load of modern cars in front of the building.
This is such a cool photo 😀
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