The Daily Post-Window. 

This week’s prompt at The Daily Post is….Your inspiration this week is windows. Use a window to frame your shot. Show us what you see out the window from the place where you usually blog, use a window to give structure to your photo, or make a window itself your subject.  

I chose to use the window itself. When we travel I’m fascinated by the windows and doors of the places we visit. 

I really like these windows. I love the flower boxes and shutters. 

Layered

This week The Daily Post is back with a new challenge. It is layered. 

I took this picture on top of a mountain pass in the Rockies. The mountains just seem to go on forever, one layered on another.

Waiting 

This week’s Daily Post challenge is waiting. The prompt definition was- For this challenge, show us what waiting looks like to you. There are so many angles and interpretations — we look forward to seeing yours!

I picked this picture. I love all the bicycles lined up. It looks like they are just waiting for their owners to come and ride on them. 

Structure 

This week’s prompt on The Daily Post is structure. 

I really like this picture. It was taken at the World’s Fair (Expo) in Malian, Italy 2015  I was looking up in one of the exhibits. 

The prompt was to look at the way things are put together, I think this picture does that. 

Corner

When posting a picture a day it is sometimes hard to come up with which ones I want to post. So I’m always looking for ways to help with that. I have found one good source is WordPress’s The Daily Post. One of the resource they have is a weekly photo prompt. This week’s is corner. 

So here is my loose interpretation of this prompt. 

This spring we were on a transatlantic cruise and one of our stops was Funchal, Madeira. Funchal is known for its painted doors. They were really interesting. This is one of the buildings that had been painted. It is hard to tell what is painting and what is real. Since it is on a corner and you can see the corner of the building I’m going to use it for the prompt.