Two lights

golden hour bliss There are two kinds of light – the glow that illuminates, and the glare that obscures. James Thurber a través de WPC: Glow — Snapshots: Styles And Smiles

Is there enough time?

I didn’t have my boots. But luckily I didn’t need them this time. There was no aqua alta. No water came up onto the streets, squares and court yards like I had witnessed when I visited Venice a few years ago for work. However,…

The stone scale

In response to this week’s WPC: Scale I took this photo during my Stonehenge Tour in England and although not the most striking post ever, I thought placing the stone between my forefinger and thumb changes the perspective and the mystery this huge magnificent…

Newborn foal in a big, new world

My contribution to this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge – Scale. A little foal, just an hour old, in a big new world. My favourites this week Mittened hands Anvica’s Gallery Cee’s Photography Nes Felicio Photography ♥ a través de Newborn foal in a big, new…


die großen Schwäne lassen die Brücke klein erscheinen a través de WEEKLA PHOTO CHALLENGE – SCALE 2 — AugenBlicke

On a Grand Scale

St. Francis of Assisi called this church his little portion. A large basilica has since been built around it. Funny, I never felt closer to eternity than in the small one–a church of the grandest Scale. a través de On a Grand Scale — A…

The measurement scale in La Rioja

In response of the weekly challenge Scale. Imagine a small state in the north of Spain. Imagine that its name bears the name of the wine it produces. Imagine that your main asset, almost unique, is that wine. Imagine that its gastronomy, its culture, the…


In response to the WordPress Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Pedestrian Lack of pedestrians …. Thank you for looking, I always appreciate your visit Should you wish to buy any of my images click on the image or the Fineart America portfolio below You…


PHOTO CHALLENGE: THE PEDESTRIAN Garry had a bumper sticker on his old red Mustang convertible that said: “So many pedestrians, so little time.” Cruel? Only if you weren’t trying to drive cross-town in Boston where pedestrians pay no attention to signs, crosswalks, or even…

Pedestrians going even further

In response of the weekly challenge Pedestrian

Come to my window

“Give me a window and I’ll stare out it.” ~Alan Rickman a través de Come To My Window — Jane Lurie Photography

Precious window

For more from this challenge, visit the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Windows. a través de Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Windows — nancy merrill photography

A room with a view

And what a view that is! Tomorrow it will be exactly two years that I first visited my friend in her apartment. It looks out on the lighthouse of Roker Beach in Sunderland. The middle frame would make a perfect picture. Other windows can…

Window just for lovers

In response to the weekly Daily Post challenge Windows

Open my eyes to textured layers of beauty in all of us

“This week, share with us a layered image of your own. The topic is wide open, as long as you focus on the interplay of depth, density, and texture (or just choose one of these elements if you’d like)” The WordPress powers that be…

weekly photo challenge – layered “That which the fountain sends forth returns again to the fountain.” Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Majorelle Garden in Marrakesh – December 2016) “All minds quote. Old and new make the warp and woof of every moment. There is no thread that is not a…

Layers in Munich

Pretty skyline in response to the weekly challenge Layered

Waiting for your generosity

In responde to the weekly challenge Waiting

Buddha & Ganesha in Oslo

Unless you have kids, this is a place most people just pass by on a nearby trail on their way to/from work. Definitely a structure that is typically overlooked. a través de Buddha & Ganesha in Oslo — Cardinal Guzman


In responde to the weekly challenge Structure

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