Lots of pots

Life in Colour October: Orange
Becky’s Square Photo Challenge: Past Squares

Like Jude, I like terracotta too. Jude asked “Can you find any terracotta?” I better get looking.

Some chimney pots on the rooves of Paris

A roof in Beaune France

A couple of rooves for #Squareroof found in Split Croatia

and lots of terracotta of the rooves of Split

Off the roof and back down to earth. My old terracotta bird bath. It had to a photo with an Eastern Yellow Robin, probably the cutest bird around my garden.

Just chillin’

and a Double-barred Finch on my the terracotta bird bath at my besties place

Some bricks found in Venice

A terracotta coloured fungi on my place

Bridge – Pont Alexandre III, Paris

Debbie’s One Word Sunday: Bridge

The Pont Alexandre III is one of the most emblematic bridges in Paris because of its architecture and location. Pont Alexandre III connects les Invalides on the Left Bank to the Grand Palais and Petit Palais on the Right Bank. The single long, low arch of the bridge, with its Beaux Arts and Art Nouveau décor, exemplifies the Parisian Belle Époque (“Beautiful Era”) of 1871 to 1914

At its four extremities are huge 17 metre-high pylons crowned with gilt bronze sculptures of winged horses representing the Arts, Sciences, Commerce and Industry.

Our world is wonderful

The Lens-Artists Photo Challenge # 153: It’s a Wonderful World

Not going to go with the obvious song as everyone has already done that. Here’s my take on the song of choice