Travel Theme: Pairs

This week, Ailsa has challenged us to come up with ‘Pairs’. I have had a long-running, if sporadic, theme running entitled ‘One’…but every now and again I wonder what to do with the pairs…well, here’s the answer!

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Bicycles

Street laughter

Street laughter

Two

Two

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Cheers!

More ‘pairs’ over at Ailsa’s here.

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46 comments

  1. Good to see that you found a use for your pairs, Sue!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. This is a great compilation. You really are the empress of shadows. Every photo is so different, and yet so Sue.

    • Sue

      The empress of shadows could be very ominous!! D’you know, I used to go out of my way to avoid shadows, never realised what fantastic effects one could create…all those wasted years! Sob! But hopefully I’m making up for lost time….aargh, but when I think of the missed opportunities…
      Tina Schell over at Travels and Trifles (a fantastic photographer) said something similar yesterday about missed images, never to be recaptured except in your mind’s eye….

      • Sometimes I think mind’s eye does a better job of storage – report on recent no-photos sculpture exhibition might give the lie to this hypothesis.

      • Sue

        We-ell, but the mental storage fades in time…an image can transport you back with more reliability? And others can see what captured your imagination, emotion, whatever…

  3. I particularly like the first pair. The arrangement is so nice.
    And those guys in blue. Were they performing for you? 🙂

  4. You have something for every challenge, Sue. Love these. 🙂

  5. Serendipity! I love Morecambe and Wise there, and the bikes would suit them perfectly. 🙂

  6. Sue, I love the image of the two lady shoppers and their shadows. Very effective, MM 🍀

  7. Perfect pairs and a nice cheers at the end!!

  8. Love the twins! (The bikes – people say, there’s always one who’s a trouble maker or a clown. That second bike elevates that image waaaay past ordinary)

  9. I love the ladies, and how fortuitous she is carrying THAT bag! Great shot Sue, lovely shadows and how they are moving in opposite directions 🙂

  10. A wonderful set of pairs Sue, love the variety!

  11. I like the cute, smiley guys! Actually, where can I find them? 😉

  12. I love you pairs as juxtapositions and not the least the variety of the whole series.

  13. Love all of these Sue – but especially the Street Laughter. Clearly they saw you and gave you a teriffic smile for your shot!

    • Sue

      Haha…I was taking an image of the street art, noticed them walking into shot, smiled, raised the camera and then to my delight they played to camera!

  14. The yellow wall and the black bikes is such an awesome capture, could be on the wall in anyones living room! 🙂

  15. 🙂 to your health my dear!

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