Online

Fandango’s FOWC: Online

Hello
can you hear me
I am calling
to say
I love you
online
Hello
can you hear me
are you there
I am here
online
Hello
can you hear me
we are far apart
but I can
feel you
online
Hello
can you hear me
I feel your heart
beating
online
Hello
can you hear me
I am calling
to say
I love you
online

It’s on the wall

Sandy’s Friday Friendly: Street Art

So many types of street art – childs chalk on the footpath

A poster on a wall

a sticker on a sign

A mural on a wall made from tiles

Street art on a door

Street art to touch the heart

a bit of graffiti

Fun art left for someone to find

Pick a Word #1 Sept 2020

The return of my long time favourite photo challenge from Lost in Translation’s Thursday’s Special: Pick a Word

“Now if you forgot how to participate in this photo challenge, read the following:

  • you may choose one or several or all of the provided words and illustrate them in your own photos
  • when you post your entry to this challenge link to my post and/or leave a link to yours in the comment section bellow
  • you may, but are not obligated to, take a widget underneath and display it on your post (blog)
  • the fact that I am using other people’s music by uploading it from my library does not mean that you have to do the same – I just like scores with my images
  • the deadline would be before the next PAW post which is already foreseen for 1 October, but I really do not care about deadlines, so whenever you are ready.”

I am ready to go at last, Here are Paulas words and my photographic interpretation

ESTIVAL

CUISINE

RIFT

INSTRUCTIVE

SPAN

If you haven’t had a go at Paula’s Pick a Word have a go. You will love this challenge.

Let’s look at spirals

Debbie’s One Word Sunday: Spiral

Man made spiral

Natures spiral in the garden – a Frasers Banded Snail an Australian native snail

Spirals at the beach

Another spiral in the garden ready to unfurl to showy brilliance

Or photographic spirals made by me

Man, nature or me…..spirals if you look for them.