The Daily Post Photo Challenge – This week, share a photo of something that’s art to you. It could be some actual “art,” like a painting by your grandmother or the misshapen but perfect clay sculpture your child brought home from kindergarden, or something most people wouldn’t consider beautiful at all, but that has meaning to you. The important thing is that it’s art in your eyes.
Spring to me is when trees and flowers start to grow and two of my Spring favourites are bluebells and dandelions.
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Rome and Paris
The Kindertransport statue at Liverpool Street Station to commemorate the transport of ten thousand Jewish children who were transported to Britain in 1938-39 to escape persecution. They were taken into foster homes but only a few were reunited with there families after the war.
In Prague, the unusual monument to Franz Kafka
Also in Prague. I don’t know if you would call this one a monument but puppet theatre has a long history here so I thought I would include it.
Finchale Abbey, Durham
Street life in MaltaThe Daily Post challenge
teh photo above was taken from the Gateshead Millennium Bridge, which is below
I took two photos, one of the cathedral and one of the river and joined them together.
“This week’s photo challenge is about perspective: post a photo which is not what it seems to be. Make sure you share what the photo actually is of in its caption!
For those who are looking for an extra bit of challenge, show us two photos, each one showing a different angle or interpretation of the same subject”
I mis-read the challenge to start with, I thought it was for two photos showing a different angle but I missed the bit about a photo which is not what it seems so I had another look and found this ‘pattern’.
The ice on the conservatory roof. The top photo did come out blue.
Death Valley, USA
A flower at the Botanical Gardens, San Francisco
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