This weeks PhotoFriday theme is “Transportation.” Here is my entry. It was taken in Vienna, er, wow, six years ago. Doesn’t time fly?
I had images in my mind of gleaming, bright, shiny metals but in the end, I thought this picture of a rusting cannon in Rhodes Town was a better photograph. And a better photograph is what PhotoFriday is all about!
A little late for PhotoFriday perhaps, but here’s my entry for this weeks challenge, “Blur.” I thought July would be a good time to visit Norway and see the sights, but the the weather had other plans…
Please also vote for my entry in last weeks challenge, “Curvy.” I’m entry number 66.
Last year we went to Barcelona and visited the Sagrada Familia, Gaudi’s amazing, unfinished cathedral. The organ was beautiful but it was difficult to get a picture of, until I realised the Reflection — this weeks PhotoFriday theme — of the stained glass window worked pretty well. (Don’t tell anyone, but my wife zoomed in closer and got a better image that I did.)
Please also vote for my entry in last weeks challenge, “My obsession.” I’m entry number 56.
While a landscape is more typically about land, I didn’t really visit anywhere very far inland in the last year, hence this image of a walk between Perros-Guirec and Ploumanac’h in France as my entry in this weeks PhotoFriday challenge, “Landscape 2014.” In any case, the landscape here is influenced by the nearby sea so I don’t think I’m too far from the mark!
Please also vote for my entry in last weeks challenge, “Twilight.” I’m entry number 98.
I like the way that the sun spotlights this tiny town in Corsica. You could almost say that it’s “Dramatic,” which is why it’s my entry for this weeks PhotoFriday challenge of the same name.
Please also vote for my entry in last weeks challenge, “Climate.” I’m entry number 96.