Weekly Photo Challenge: Between & Travel Theme: Shine

This week, the WordPress Photo Challenge is ‘Between’, and Ailsa has chosen ‘Shine’ for her Travel Theme this week.

So off to my recent Turkey Travels archive, and had a bit of a think about how to merge these two, but here we have glassblower holding a beautifully shiny piece of blown glass between his fingers (very deftly, it might be said):

Glassblower at Fethiye Art and Culture Festival 2014

Glassblower at Fethiye Art and Culture Festival 2014

Follow the links in my introduction above to see more entries for these two challenges…

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25 comments

  1. They used to let us blow glass at school which strikes me as lethal in retrospect – can’t imagine they allow it now. Very strong image Sue.

    • Thanks, Robin, I was pleased with this image as I was practising a bit with depth of field! Allowing glass blowing at school certainly sounds lethal, but I can think of a few things we used to do in Chemistry which I’ll bet are off limits now 🙂

  2. That is a fabulous shot Sue!! Perfect cropping!.

  3. Fascinating – very well captured… 🙂

  4. that is a brilliant image…and great editing

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  6. my neighbor does this ,,is a very kewl vocation 🙂

  7. glass blowing is such a fascinating art, I never get bored watching….great shot combining the two challenges. Also, love the light in his glasses.

  8. Great shot, Sue. Glass blowing is always so fascinating to watch.

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  10. Amy

    What a cool capture of the fire! Great choice.

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  12. Clever this Sue and great close up…I’m fascinated with glass blowing 🙂

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