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 #5
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 #5”
Now that’s how it should look, full of closeness
They were certainly all trying to get in on the photograph! Lovely and colourful.
That’s a great capture, but where? A temple in India is s good a guess as I can make. Now don’t go telling me it’s Southall….
It says the location in the caption under the photo. 🙂
Oh durr. Thanks. I must be half asleep. And remembering the rules . You’re not supposed to say 😉
Was that part of the rules? I just figured it meant you didn’t have to put any description or reason for the photo. Obviously I didn’t read the rules properly.
You could be right. And I’d sooner know than not. I was just trying to justify my inattentiveness!
Haha… who knows where the rules came from in the first place? And I am not particularly good at following rules that don’t really matter.
I prefer to know too (says the woman who took her captions off archive photos 😬)
The best one of all Margaret – the Taj Mahal.
Oh lovely. I haven’t ‘done’ northern India.
By that remark I am guessing that you have ‘done’ the south?
Well, I was there for a month so up to a point.
Wow! A month is a long time in India. Was this where you fell ill? Or am I mixing you up with someone else?
Nope, I did end up in hospital. But if you’re going that far, might as well do it properly. I’d just retired, so had the time.
Now that’s a pop of colour if I ever saw one.
Amusing to see how many could get onto what is quite a small bench seat!
Such colourful clothing. It makes me realise how many people in England only ever wear black.
Best wishes, Pete. x
Africans wear brightly coloured and patterned clothing too. I used to have some very pretty tops.
Yes, I remember their bright clothing in London. 🙂
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