Music – It’s black and white

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Anything Related to Music

I wonder if I can find something for this photo challenge? Well I did manage to locate a couple of items.

The piano needs a good clean
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A great book
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Books. Take your pick190111_blog_challenge_blackandwhite_music_related_picks

There seems to be a theme in the bookcase
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Once there were actual records
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Then came the CDs
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The piano looks a bit better now
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Music to play a few tunes190111_blog_challenge_blackandwhite_music_related_sheet_music

Some guitars to play the music
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and a couple more170707_bandw_playtime_two guitars

Things in a Row

The word prompt from Traveling At Wits End: Things in a Row

I decided to go black and white for this photo challenge and make the subject the Cathedral Church of Christ the King in Grafton for Things in a Row
The outside with lost of things in a row
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The inside – how many things in a row can you find? I have eight things in a row.
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The seats in a row.
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Look up at the ceiling for things in a row.
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The Prayer and Psalm books ready for the faithful.
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3 Day Quote Challenge: Day 3 – Nanushka

Thanks to Prior from Priorhouse Blog for nominating me to try out this challenge.

This is for all the bloggers who are all around the world and come into my world as I go into theirs.

“. . and if our lives
should never quite entwine –
our friendship
lights my understanding
of your world,
and sheds a gentle lustre
upon mine. . .”

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Nanushka came into my life from my Mother. She saw Nanushka, whose real name is Nan Whitcomb, on TV and knowing my love of poetry gave me a book, The Thoughts of Nanushka one Christmas. I now have 4 volumes of Nan’s poetry which inspire me in my life and remind me of my parents. Now I enjoy sharing her poetry with others. The way I write poems is based on the way she writes poetry I guess.

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