Examples of my photography so you can form a quick opinion as one does. Good luck. (Captions fully make sense only in the posts where these images originally appeared.)
That knowledge of being the prettiest in town (Porto Ercole).
Does anybody need a spare Forrest Gump?
How about a spare shield or…
I was wondering if this image could work in monochrome and I think it can.
From all sides.
These look like some game instructions. I want to find a princess!
and my favourite: Ljubljana, Slovenia.
New Jack Hustle, I mean Ljubljana, Slovenia.
A wonderful thought.
Piran: lovely view but deadly, ugly, round rolls for stairs that hurt your feet, with the sea not deep enough to break your fall. (Tried that. Don’t!)
Between Canino and Orvieto
Amore is overgreened.
Old Capalbio town door. (Only this photo is mine, the rest are hers.)
In Orbetello somebody is entering the Greek period.
A forgotten look-up bit for last week’s challenge. Ljubljana.
And we were observed.
Some people are worried about this kind of things. Monteverde, Roma.
But it speaks for itself.
A Roma sunset trapped in a car.
Goodbye, Sant’Antimo, quite likely we will see each other again.
Then the babies came first.
Including the fish.
So this must be the famous and rare condor soup out of Captain’s Grant Children!! When my uncle read this book, he was very afraid of this condor, so the next time his parents cooked liver dumpling soup, they told him that the condor was captured and turned into those dumplings. This restaurant is called Orel (“Eagle”, hence the eagle image on the plate). No relation. Just a mushroom soup. Promise, uncle!!
with this sunset reflection
The cup for the winner and the trio of espresso cups for top three.
Torta Ljubljana at Ljubljana Market.
The minaret of the mosque has been built, the rest will follow.
But just as I was zooming in, he’d had enough.
…and the rest of my photos for mom follow as you go up to the gallery.
All of this comes together just right.
Roma is in for some rain.
“Yeah, or a puppy!”
…and a man.
A truly wobbly bridge over the Savinja river.
After Castiglioncello we went directly from this…
Little shells mark the wave span.
Happy (and stylish) parent #2.
I wear my heart on the windowsill.
…to this. Really, I took these two photos back to back.
I’ve got a folder called ‘Laundry’. This beastie escaped.
In Vignoni they were a bit stingy with the size of this opening.
Tailless whip scorpion
My happy parents, with another observing.
Mom’s happy ikebana.
Photo: a © signature mmm production