Here is my idea of a wonderful snack.
Here is a path on Holland America’s private island called Half Moon Cay.
This is a weekly feature sponsored by Cee Neuner. Follow the link to see the posts of other participants.
I want to return to Barbados and the lovely Andromeda Gardens.
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The cobblestone streets of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico are a photographer’s paradise.
This weekly challenge is feature of Frank Jansen on his wonderful blog Dutch goes the Photo! Follow the link to see other ‘Street’ entries this week. Then consider joining the fun and posting an entry of your favorite street photo. Let us all enjoy your work.
I chose an image from Cartegena, Spain. There is a hill in the center of the city where active archeological digs are in progress. At the top of this hill is this round, stone structure. I bled a bit of the color out of the photograph to enhance the textural quality.
Here is the original image:
Each version has its own textural qualities. Note the two people in the image to the right of the structure. They blend in a bit, so you don’t see them at first.
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Here is the cathedral looking directly:
Here are some palm trees in the breeze from St. Thomas.
Enjoy more Sunday Trees posts by stopping over at Becca Givens blog ‘On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea‘>
Today’s Tuesday Photo Challenge is to find a picture with the colors Red, Green, and Blue. I went back to our trip to Copenhagen and the Queens favorite Summer Residence – Fredensborg in Northern Zealand.
This first photo is on the street/plaza walking up to the residence:
The second photo is of one of the palace guards. The guard house behind the soldier is a dark red (currently in shadow). You can also see the scarlet piping in the uniform.
Thanks again to Frank Jansen for sponsoring his weekly photo challenge for the past year. Follow this link to his blog ‘Dutch goes the Photo!‘ to see all of the RGB entries.
Continuing with my normal Monday Window tradition, I present to you some windows from Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. Apologies for the slight overlap with my Thursday Doors post from Old San Juan. Some pictures have both windows and doors.