Weekly Photo Challenge – Community

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Majorca – fireworkscommunity3

Barcelona – fountaincommunity2

Barcelona – dancing in the streetcommunity1

Barcelona – human towerscommunity

 

What used to be a community – the prison at Alcatraz

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  6. Nice pics. All those people gathered around just to watch the fountain? It must go through a variety of changes, I’m guessing, to keep so many people interested. I love the dancing in the street and the human tower. We could use a little dancing in the street in the USA, and I don’t mean with loud, banging, clanging music of the teens. I mean with the lively style of Lawrence Welk, with the older folks like me dancing, like in the photo above. I can’t ever see that happening in the USA, though. 😦 Nice job.

    Here is my entry for this week’s challenge: Community (and Sub-communities)
    http://fstopfantasy.wordpress.com/2013/12/13/weekly-photo-challenge-community-and-sub-community/ 🙂

    • Yes you’re right, the fountain did change both shape and colour. I’ve not seen dancing like that here in the UK either and the human tower would not be allowed for safety reasons I’m sure, mind you I had to look away when the children were climbing to the top – scary!

      • I’d probably do the same thing. It took me probably a couple of looks before I saw that child climbing halfway up the tower. Things like this can happen when you’re not brought up in fear of everything like we are in the USA and, from what I have seen, in the UK—spy cameras everywhere, govt collecting all our phone calls and emails and such. Still, I get a little wheezy when I look down from a high place, except when I’m on the side of a mountain. For some reason, that doesn’t usually bother me. I think fear of heights stemmed from when I was two, riding a ferris wheel with my dad, who thought it was great fun scaring the **** out of me by rocking back and forth, and you know how secure those ferris wheel seats are. LOL

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