One Word Photo Challenge-Perspective

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My first shot is of…

a steel construction.

This may help identify it.

And if this does not, then I am….


this will. 

One building,

three differing perspectives.

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One Word Photo Challenge: Perspective

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I suppose in this day and age…

I should not have been surprised to see this light.


However, I was.

 If I have seen this in a movie it had not registered.

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Pic and Word Challenge: Light

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Week 118

Diminutive

Taking photos from this angle…

makes a photographer feel…

diminutive.

 

From the second level of the Eiffel Tower

this roof top looks rather large

with the lens on full zoom.

Reducing the zoom and the same roof top

almost disappears into the city of Paris.

 

Think the Eiffel Tower at 324 metres (1,063 feet) is tall?

Wait until you visit Dubai’s the Burj Khalifa.

At 828 metres (2,717 feet), the Burj Khalifa

is the tallest building in the world.

 

It is taller than two Empire State Buildings

and is nearly 700 feet taller than the Shanghai Tower,

the current second-tallest building.

Even on a hazy day it still made many…

of Dubai’s skyscrapers appear tiny.

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Pic and Word Challenge: Diminutive,

Travel Theme-Love

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My

Love

Travel Theme.

The first ‘love’ symbol I thought of…

was our Salzburg Christmas decoration.

 

 Then came the city of love and…

 

a few of its iconic sights.

 However, this was the only couple showing

any signs of public affection.

I fell in love the I Love Paris shop because

it was the only place I could purchase

any clothing which would fit me.

Now it’s just a matter of wearing out

other clothes so I can wear my

I Love Paris windcheater.

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Where’s My Backpack: Love

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THURSDAY’S SPECIAL-Sequence

Sequence


  According to the Free Online Dictionary

‘sequence’ has the following definitions;

1. A following of one thing after another; succession.

2. An order of succession; an arrangement.

3. A related or continuous series.

I think most of these photos demonstrate

one or more of those definitions.

I commenced at the Palace of Versailles…

for my photos for his week and could not get away.

 

Even lines which seemed odd… 

 

were arranged in order.

 

    Most of these photos…

depict but a small part… 


of the Palace… 

and its gardens…

 

One need more time than we had

to thoroughly explore the gardens.

And I think his maybe as close as we came

to seeing this section of the garden.

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Thursday’s Special: Sequence

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Letter-P

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My contribution for

this week’s challenge

Letter-P

(Needs to have at least 5 letters in the word and start with the letter P)

Random Ps from

anywhere, again, this week.

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First up is…

Three Pairs of seagulls.

 

Patterns in a wall in York.

 

An icon of Paris.

 


A sad old house with its broken Panes of glass.

 

We were told these Colosseum Pavers

were laid when the Colosseum

was opened over 1,900 years ago.

 

Pink Petals on our Liliums.

Panels of art in the Vatican City

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Travel Theme-Near

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My

Near

Travel Theme.

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As we entered Paris last year…

even a shot through the coach window

was worth capturing.

 

 However, the near we came…

to the Eiffel Tower

 

the more awesome it looked.

We were in Paris!

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Where’s My Backpack: Near

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