This weekly photo challenge – although multi-interpreted, only has one meaning for me.
The art that sprang to mind for this challenge was wooden bridges. Railway bridges. I see bridges like this up and down this fair South Island, and each time I find them utterly amazing. Think of the feat of engineering that allows these to… Continue Reading “Photo challenge: wooden Bridge art”
Interesting challenge this week, ‘share a photo with letters — no matter the alphabet.’ but I almost immediately knew what photo I wanted to use: one I took while in Beijing a few years ago. These ladies and gentlemen practice their calligraphy on the floor… Continue Reading “Weekly photo challenge: Letters”
Threshold doesn’t mean a doorway, a step between one event and another, to me threshold means anaerobic, at the absolute limit of what you can do, pushing yourself to the edge. The two photos I have chosen for this daily post are as follows:
My favourite photo of the Cathedral caves. Taken with my phone! I was super impressed how it came out!
Is obviously my husband, but I don’t think that is what this weeks photo challenge meant. If we are talking about material goods, it has to be this necklace. My mum gave it to me, as a gift before I left the UK to… Continue Reading “My greatest treasure”