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.
All windows and shutters taken in the Carouge district, Geneva.
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.
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The Vineyard off Lower Broad Street
Every week Sue from ‘A Word in Your Ear’ dips into her English Oxford dictionary and picks a word on the page that it falls open at. The challenge is to post a photograph, poem, story – whatever the genre you like best to describe what that word means to you.
Yellow is an unusual colour for houses to be painted, but here in Ludlow there are two. Both timber-framed buildings with the frames revealed.
Yellow House Lower Corve Street
Yellow House Broad Street
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 Bridges
Above: The Ribble Viaduct. It is the longest and most famous viaduct on the Settle-Carlisle Railway, a railway line passing through some spectacular British scenery. The viaduct is curved, and so may be seen by passengers on the train.
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Johnson Street Bridge, Victoria BC
Burrard Street bridge, Vancouver BC
Lions Gate bridge, Vancouver BC
Golden Gate bridge, San Francisco, USA
Ironbridge, SHropshire UK
Jackfield Bridge, Shropshire UK
Dinham bridge, Ludlow UK
Cheri’s first post of the year is about Beginning. She wants to see what we see through our lenses.
As someone who divides the year into seasons I see the beginning as spring, when nature awakes from the cold of the winter and new life appears. Snowdrops are usually the first flowers to raise their heads above the frozen ground, so it is an obvious choice for me to choose the common snowdrop or Galanthus nivalis.
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