Debbie’s One Word Sunday: Rock
I did use a bit of art in my square posts so let’s have a look for them
This was from #KindaSquare not #PinkSquares
Again not #PinkSquares this one was #SpikySquares
A #SquareRoof from The Dali Museum in Figueres Spain
A wall of paper butterflies from #SquareBlue
My besties art finds in an op-shop for re-working from #MarchSquares
And one of her works featured in #PinkSquares
Debbie’s One Word Sunday: Rain
So many rain songs to choose from but here is one from an Aussie and the title – Raining on Sunday
Another post of looking back at first photos tagged Rain. As I expected the first one in 2012 wasn’t just rain, it was a Rainbow Lorikeet in my garden. So did look further on and it did take a bit of scrolling to find a photo that wasn’t a Rainbow Lorikeet.
From 2015 the rain had gone and left a couple of rainbows but still no actual rain photo. A photo from my desk where I used to work
An actual rain photo didn’t happen until 2017. This one is from an apartment in Sydney with a fabulous view.
Debbie’s One Word Sunday: Open
Debbie’s One Word Sunday: Rest
…….why do I get disturbed
Debbies One Word Sunday: Opposing
Debbie’s One Word Sunday: Reverse
I had such a difficult time thinking of what I could contribute to One Word Sunday. I hope this works and also a song I really like as well to go with the theme
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.
Debbie’s One Word Sunday: Old
For this photo in my series of Re-living the past was taken of the old truck that has been parked in the street ever since I first bought the property. When one of the nieghbours bought their place, they didn’t like the truck in front so it was dragged to another property across the road where an old tip was situated. When the person who bought that block, they moved it to the other block they owned in the street which I never knew happened otherwise I would have complained saying its the streets truck and belongs to no one. It should be back as a bit of street art I think.
This was first posted December 2012 using the tag old
Debbie’s One Word Sunday: Count