Category Archives: people

Two

Two seen recently on a slightly wet day recently: Linked toOne Word Sunday at Debbie’s here

Two

Two seen recently on a slightly wet day recently: Linked toOne Word Sunday at Debbie’s here

Kinda Cool

Sooner him than me, high above Florence on scaffolding! Yikes! Linked to October Squares at Becky’s here

Kinda Cool

Sooner him than me, high above Florence on scaffolding! Yikes! Linked to October Squares at Becky’s here

Kinda Urban

Street art, and also Three of a Phone Using kind……eyes down at those little screens….. Linked to October Squares at Becky’s here

Kinda Urban

Street art, and also Three of a Phone Using kind……eyes down at those little screens….. Linked to October Squares at Becky’s here

Two of a Joking Kind

Seen in Shoreditch some years ago….in making this square, the image is somewhat compositionally challenged, but hey: Linked to October Squares at Becky’s here

Two of a Joking Kind

Seen in Shoreditch some years ago….in making this square, the image is somewhat compositionally challenged, but hey: Linked to October Squares at Becky’s here

Two of a Kind

Two reps seen at an abbey in Provence, France, in matching clothes: Linked to October Squares at Becky’s here

Two of a Kind

Two reps seen at an abbey in Provence, France, in matching clothes: Linked to October Squares at Becky’s here

Three

Three ducks on the ice, a good few years ago now: And three shadowy people Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here            

Three

Three ducks on the ice, a good few years ago now: And three shadowy people Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here            

Lens artists photo Challenge #113: A Labour of Love

I was a bit lost for this one, and then I recalled these two images I took in Fethiye a few years ago. Two people who seemed happy and engrossed in their labours. First we have a glass blower: And

Lens artists photo Challenge #113: A Labour of Love

I was a bit lost for this one, and then I recalled these two images I took in Fethiye a few years ago. Two people who seemed happy and engrossed in their labours. First we have a glass blower: And