The week the prompt atCee’s Black & White Challenge is House. The prompt said any house, big, small, a bird house, dog house, firehouse, lighthouse, etc.
This is an upside down House in the Azores. We aren’t sure why it was there. My husband thinks it is a piece of art. It was huge (as you can see by the car next to it) the size of a regular house. It was interesting whatever the reason it was there.
Sunset from our balcony (on a cruise ship) in Loreto, Mexico. Beautiful
This week the prompt at Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge is the letter P. The criteria is it has to start with the letter P and have at least 5 letters.
I chose the word Picnic. When we travel to Europe we like to have picnics for lunch. The guys go to a local market in the mornings (while us girls are getting dressed, good deal if you ask me 😄) and find some of yummy things to have for lunch. It is usually a game to see how much they can get for the least amount of money. The cost has to include wine😄. They are pros now.
This is a picture of one of our many Picnics.
This picture was taken in the castle in Kotor, Montenegro. I really like the shadows and the way the bars were uneven looking out on the city.
I found another challenge at Norm 2.0 called Thursday Doors. It pretty explanatory you’re just supposed to post a picture of a door sometime between Thursdays and Sundays.
I always seem to take picture of doors and mailboxes wherever we go so I thought it would be fun to start posting them.
This door was in Valldemossa, Spain
The prompt at Dutch Goes the Photo this week is Build. The obvious choice for this word would be something under construction. But I decided to use this picture of a building in downtown San Diego. This building is all brick construction. It is a very beautiful building. They don’t Build them like this anymore.
This week the prompt at Cee’s Black &a White Photo Challenge is Fences and Gates. I found quite a few that I liked so I many be carrying this theme over for a few days.
I chose this gate to a house in Italy. I love the way in Italy, a gate isn’t just a way to keep things in or out, but a beautiful part of the architecture.