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Friendly Friday Photo Challenge – Shapes and Beach Walk Reflections Collaboration

monochrome photography shipwreck

The blogosphere has some of the nicest people.

Is it our interest in writing that fosters this convivial atmosphere?

This week the Friendly Friday Challenge is collaborating with Frank from Beach Reflections, whose contemplative posts are beautifully written. With my images, he has formulated a thoughtful post on Shapes, one that gives me much joy to read.

I have included some extra photographic images of SHAPES for this fortnight’s challenge, some you may or may not have seen before.

shell on the sand
singapore marina bay sand building from below
Trondheim river reflections
Glass art installation

How to Join the Friendly Friday Photo Challenge

The challenge runs for the next two weeks in which time you can create a Friendly Friday post with the theme, Shapes.

Post a pingback to this blog post within the post and also leave a comment below, if you would like me to visit your post.

N.B. If photos are not your thing, your post may include prose, poetry or some other interpretation of the prompt. This challenge is not just for photographers.

More information on how to join in with the Friendly Friday Challenge here

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love heart in leaves on wall in Melbourne

116 thoughts on “Friendly Friday Photo Challenge – Shapes and Beach Walk Reflections Collaboration”

  1. A very nice collection of shapes. I was inspired to walk through my garden in search shapes. I noticed how often the “star” .dominates, although in a variety of ways.

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  2. A very nice collection of shapes. I was inspired to walk through my garden in search shapes. I noticed how often the “star” dominates, although in a variety of ways.

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    1. What a thrill to see a majestic photo so close, Sandy. A treasured capture by your husband!
      It wasn’t until I saw a wedge- tailed eagle, in a zoo, that I realized how massive those birds are. Truly special. The very top of the food chain.

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        1. I have noticed some of the smaller birds can be aggressively territorial – kind of a little dog syndrome my mini schnauzers display towards a large German Shepherd!

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        2. The post would not let me comment saying I must log in but flicking back a screen when I went to log in so I am leaving the comment here: “I just love that the eagles are bringing down pesky drones! Fantastic initiative.”

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