Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge – Waterscapes or Landscapes

thanks Cee for hosting CFFC https://ceenphotography.com/2022/06/21/cffc-landscapes-or-waterscapes/

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Hills around Florence, Italy
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Florence, Italy
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Hills of Assisi, Italy
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Sunrise over Lake Ontario and Toronto
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Farm country, ON
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Niagara Falls, Horseshoe Falls. ON
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Niagara Falls, American Falls
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Sun Over Lake Ontario from Prince of Wales Park
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Lake Simcoe, ON
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Autumn at Trent University
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Loire River, Amboise, France
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Loire Valley, France

Weekly Prompt Colour Challenge – Nautical Blue

thanks to Sue from Weekly Prompts for hosting this week’s colour challenge https://weeklyprompts.com/2022/06/04/weekly-prompts-colour-challenge-nautical-blue/

What is nautical blue? According to some sites on the internet it is the following:

There are a surprising number of colours that can be considered nautical. Some of the most popular include deep blue, navy, red, black, white, turquoise, sand or khaki, brick, cream, sea green, sky blue, yellow, shades of gray, and more.

Sue is allowing us to interpret the colour nautical blue as we please. Here is my interpretation of nautical blue.

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Thursday Trios From My Travels – April 28, 2022

A trio of flags at the V &A
A trio of church steeples in Blois

A trio of sculptures by Yin Xiuzhen at the Tate Modern in London

If you have any trios you’d like to share just copy the link from this post, copy it into your post and when I get your ping back I will be sure to comment.

Thursday Doors in Tours

…..April 21, 2022

Today was our last day in Tours. We had a wonderful two weeks in France and our home in Tours was exceptional. Here are four doors from the 19th century bourgeoise neighbourhood in Tours and the last three were on public buildings like the Opera House and City Hall.

Thanks to Dan Anton from No Facilities for hosting Thursday Doors https://nofacilities.com/2022/04/21/two-mills-then-now/

Museum Trios in France – April 14, 2022

….trios from the Louvre

A trio of decorative plates
A trio of seats
A trio of vessels

If you have any trios to share why not join the fun. Copy my link and paste it into your post. When I get your ping back I’ll be sure to comment on your contribution to Thursday Trios.

Monday Windows in Paris

…..from the library at the University of Paris

An art nouveau design by Eugène Bigot constructed in 1927. Ian Nairn describes it like this: “It is like a brick balloon inflated to its limit with an unquenchable puff…”

Thanks to Ludwig Keck for hosting Monday Windows. https://mondaywindow.wordpress.com/2022/04/04/monday-window-april-4-2022/