Lens-Artist Challenge: Emotion

Linked to Lens-Artists Photo Challenge here This is the first time I've ventured to try the challenge on this site and I hope my photo entries manage to illustrate emotions. First up is exhileration: Exhileration When I saw this young girl rush into the sea it took me back decades to those heady days when … Continue reading Lens-Artist Challenge: Emotion


Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie's here. Walking on the Isle of Wight The image may just qualify for the Skyline challenge but I didn't want to upload another boring city or sea skyline which seems to be what I have most of. (And I know I shouldn't end a sentence with a preposition)!

Silent Sunday

Behind the ramparts and the glitzy hotels, the shops, bars and restaurants, the local population of Dubrovnik live in steeply stepped streets like these. It would really focus the mind on up-dating the shopping list if one had to think of negotiating these steps every time a litre of milk was needed!

Saturday Sculpture Vimy War Memorial, France.

The Vimy War Memorial is located approximately eight kilometres northeast of Arras and is the centrepiece of a 250-acre preserved battlefield park that encompasses a portion of the area over which the Canadians made their assault during the initial Battle of Vimy Ridge. The imposing structure stands amid craters and unexploded munitions that still honeycomb the grounds which remain largely closed off to the public for reasons of safety/

Saturday Sculpture

Mary Magdalene with the Risen Christ by David Wynne (1967) This sculpture by David Wynne stands outside the entrance to St. Dunstan's Chapel in Ely Cathedral and depicts the moment when Mary Magdalene recognizes Christ after he has risen from his tomb. Next to it is a plaque, which reads: "This striking sculpture by David Wynne … Continue reading Saturday Sculpture