This weeks photo challenge from the daily post is “yellow”. I took this photo in Prague and quite liked the little yellow pedalo!
We were very happy to be chosen as one of Cee’s featured Bloggers last week for “Bridge”. This week, her challenge is for landscape or seascape photos. Check out the other posts and her great blog here.
This photo was taken from Coleton Fishacre, a National Trust property in Devon
This is the view on a short walk away from where I live on Exmoor
Finally, a view over to Brentor Church on Dartmoor.
This week’s challenge is “twinkle”. See the other posts at The Daily Post
“As visual creatures, we are drawn to light. For thousands of years, we’ve gathered around fires in the darkness, soothed by the glow of embers, and warmed by the dance of the flames. We revel in the sunshine of summertime. The sparkle of gemstones or moonlight on water inspires us to poetry. The ceremonial use of light has been practised for centuries, by many religions and for many different kinds of celebrations. We love the light.”
In Italy, many of the cemeteries are visual feast of carvings, statues and memorials. This fantastic memorial was in the monumental cemetery ( cimitero monumentale) in Milan. Its an incredible place to visit and certainly fits the idea of “gone but not forgotten”. It is beautiful, calm and filled with amazing art
This post is in response to the Daily Post and the weekly Photo Challenge ” Gone But Not Forgotten”
For this weeks challenge from Cee at Ceen Photography, here is my bridge photo.
I have been very lax with Cee’s Fun Photo Challenges recently, but her latest challenge inspired me to post a photo.
The challenge is Abandoned Buildings or Barns. This photo is a detail of a barn. I am hoping to paint it one day as I love the colours.