Sunday Stills, the next challenge: Happiness is…

Ed is a truck driving photographer from Tennessee who hosts a photography challenge blog called Sunday Stills here on WordPress.

This week Ed would like to see what makes you happy

Red sky at night, shepherds delight,
Red sky in the morning, shepherds warning.

Well I don’t usually see sunrises (I am more of a night person), but this morning I happened to catch sight of this sky around 8 a.m. and it made me so happy I had to go downstairs and grab my camera. Sadly the old wives tale was all too true as the day turned foggy and wet. Again.
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Weekly Photo Challenge: A Victorian Conservatory

 

THIS WEEK, IN A POST CREATED SPECIFICALLY FOR THIS CHALLENGE, SHARE A PHOTO WITH A WINDOW.

If you would like to see what others have come up with for this challenge then go to the Daily Post @ WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge 

Travel Theme: Illumination

Ailsa of “Where’s My Backpack?” wants us to shine a light this week. If you would like to join in with her challenge then please do. Everyone is welcome.

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The Inner Harbour and Legislative Building, Victoria, BC, Canada

A Lingering Look at Windows: # 2

This weekly challenge is hosted by Dawn from ‘The Day After’ who invites participants to post pictures of any windows that  they find curious, inviting, photogenic, or in some way tell a story. Visit her blog to see more windows and/or to join in with the challenge.

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All windows and shutters taken in the Carouge district, Geneva.

Cee’s Which Way Challenge: Passageway

Cee’s Which Way Challenge: There is no specific theme given.  It just needs to be some sort of  ‘Which Way’. The possibilities are endless.

Shropshire has an odd name for its alleys or passageways, particularly those that pass through a building from one street to another – shuts – derived from shoots as in ‘shoots through‘. In Ludlow there are a few of these as well as several cobbled lanes and hidden courtyards which date from the medieval period.

Join in with the challenge or view other ‘Which Ways’.