Week 3 Photo Topics-2
Just to keep my hand in I decided on colours
Most of these…
were found during…
our European holiday…
The sneakers and these pencils being the odd balls…
found at a local KMart.
Although the day was damp we had
a wonderful afternoon in colourful Murano.
May 2018 Words
Florence’s statue of
Perseus holding the Head of Medusa
aMay not be a classical Greek statue depicting…iconic.
propagation just had to be a photo of sheep 🙂
and of course another way…
which only an eighteen year old would think of.
The eagle…the ancient Roman symbol of gods of the sky.
I am using a noun meaning of marginal this week:
a plant that grows in water close to the edge of land.
Images from our European holiday.
Colourful belts in Florence.
Some winter woollies in York
Looking Up in Florence.We had both read I, Mona Lisa, just prior to leaving on our European adventure.
Set in Florence and mentioning visiting
the Duomo and the Bell Tower frequently
we were both happy to this site come to life.
I think this depicts a trade.
another look up moment.
a warrior (?) standing over a victim.
I thought the victim had a lot of hair on its head..
and if I noticed the victim was a woman,
I cannot recall…but I certainly noticed today.
I was again looking up, but…
not quite far enough!
My contribution for
this week’s challenge
(Needs to have the letter O anywhere in the word)
Random Os from
Florence, Beaune, Geelong and Sydney
the Bell Tower of Florence.
Does Florence count? 🙂
A band rotunda in Beaune, France.
A New Holland Honey Eater courtesy of our back yard.
Of course, photos of Sydney would not
be complete without one of the
I have counted twenty-three Os in this post, above this line
Black and White Challenge:
and we saw many backs walking away
from us while touring.
I guess we made the backs
for other photographers.
And while in Florence we saw this
imitation of David…but still a back.
was a tarmac full of private jets.
There were times a chair would have
been quite welcome.
I even thought cycling was better than walking.
And I guess a visit to Nice would not be complete
without a tourist shot or two of sunbathers’ backs.