Somewhere in Tuscany
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Cee’s Black & White Challenge.
This week’s Photo Challenge is
Wall. Here is a variety of walls –ancient, new, fun, weird, musical–from my collection.
Wall of what used to be a house.Tuscany, Italy.
Walls of Pompeii. Italy.
Internal walls of a house in Pompeii, Italy.
This wall says all about Venice Beach, Los Angeles, CA.
Wall on Abbott Kinney Blvd., Venice Beach, LA, CA
Strange art decorates this wall in London.
Pink Floyd’s Wall. The Wall, with Roger Waters, Washington, DC,
This week we are challenged to show
Serenity. Here’s where I find serenity.
Quiet waters on a late afternoon… Venice Canals, Los Angeles, CA.
End of day at the museum. Only me and Rodin’s beautiful sculptures. LACMA, Los Angeles, CA.
Miles and miles of nothing but green. Tuscany, Italy.
The sea after the sunset… Venice Beach, Los Angeles, CA.
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Driving through the countryside and seeing nothing but this beautiful view. Tuscany, Italy.
Being young and silly, and not giving a damn about what others think. Siena, Italy,
Feeling like you’re “king of the world!” Venice Beach, CA.
Soaring… Santa Monica, CA.
Sailing… Venice Beach, Los Angeles, CA.
Biking through jammed traffic. AND, panning a shot and not caring if it’s perfect or not because you think this ghost biker is the coolest thing on earth…
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Where’s my backpack?
Pacific Coast Highway (PCH), Highway 1, California.
Country road, Tuscany, Italy.
Interstate 60, California.
Palm Springs, California.
Secondary road, Ventura County, California.
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“Often while traveling with a camera we arrive just as the sun slips over the horizon of a moment, too late to expose film, only time enough to expose our hearts.” (Minor White)
Santa Monica, California
at Ailsa’s Where’s my Backpack. Horizons
This week’s photo challenge is
Containers. Here are some from my wonderful trip through the Chianti region in Tuscany, Italy.