Because I have no idea.
This week’s Photo Challenge prompter offered a way to define fresh. For her, she understands that something is fresh based on its colour, textures and the presence of another object that is able to assert the notion.
Is that enough to get by?
Just to validate what I wrote here, here’s my take on this week’s photo challenge.
Some crazy planes flew over the Thames one day and I happened to be in the Southbank, by Tate Modern, looking up and found those random zigzag patterns over Blackfriars Bridge. Result: very pretty sunset.
This week’s Photo Challenge is Work of Art. The most interesting thing about this challenge is that it allows everyone to share what they think a work of art is.
Here’s my take:
I’m thinking about everything that I stand for
Environment is one of them
But, my mind is out for a spin
Could affluence be a thing to stand for?
This week’s Photo Challenge is On the Move.
Here’s my take:
It is so interesting to be asked to display photo(s) of letters because I take pictures of words and sentences all the time, but not just letters. To be reminded that letters are not only functional but also beautiful is very thought-provoking.
Looking at my photo collections, it struck me that I have one interesting photo that featured scattered letters and I even posted in on this blog. So cool.
But here is my take on the challenge.
Why swim at the bottom if you can do just that on top of the world?
This week‘s Photo Challenge is about capturing a monument.
It was quite a task for me to answer this challenge as I have a few photos of memorable monuments to choose from. After much consideration, I decided to put up this photo of Euro monument.
It feels like life begins there. In a middle-of-nowhere city.
It was her first time seeing snow; winter was October ’till May.
She was considered black – Conservatism? Racism?
For her, origin is such an ambiguous word.
She managed to create second, third, fourth family. She simply knows where she’s from.
Super hard challenge! I hope I did OK.
I really like the idea of this week‘s Weekly Photo Challenge: brings a street to life.
Looking through my pictures, I found the most suitable street that has served thousands of lives for thousands of years. It is the Primorsky Boulevard in Odessa, Ukraine.
I finally come to my senses and want to finally start writing about my Half-Round the World Trip.
My first stop on this trip was Taiwan.