In response to The Daily Post's weekly photo challenge: "Ornate." A visual feast for the eyes? Some may say it is overworked, a sensory overload, yet in historic or religious terms, one can see that the designers wanted to transform material objects, into something ornate in such a way as to exemplify glory, or divinity,… Continue reading A Visual Feast for the Eyes- Ornate – WPC
Weekly Photo Challenge: Street Life Some other Street Life to Ponder about: http://linsdoodles.wordpress.com/2014/03/28/weekly-photo-challenge-street-life/ http://itstartedinasia.com/2014/03/weekly-photo-challenge-street-life/ http://ianrodger.com/2014/03/28/photo-challenge-street-life/ http://wisemonkeysabroad.com/2014/03/29/weekly-photo-challenge-street-life/ http://4otomo.wordpress.com/2014/03/28/weekly-photo-challenge-street-life http://ceenphotography.com/
Ailsa from Where's My Backpack has a travel photography theme of work: Here are two examples of unusual types of work I saw in my travels. Join in at http://wheresmybackpack.com/2014/02/21/travel-theme-work/ More Work themes: http://lagottocattleya.wordpress.com/2014/02/21/travel-theme-work Something to Ponder about.
“Trofana Tyrol” is located between Imst and Landeck in the upper valley of the Tyrolean "Inn" River Valley and the rest stop will jump in your eye when driving along highway A12. It is beyond being an ordinary rest stop. It is a diverse and romantic world by itself. A meeting point for locals, tourists, gourmets and travelers. If only our bland, character-less, generic, "golden arches type bp" rest stops would take a leaf out of this decorating style, we would all be better off. Tradition melded with modern functionality. I could have spent hours there!
A sunny but cool day, ( perfect weather for me) greeted us as we set off from Salzburg, along the Salach River, travelling for the most part, along roads fringing the Bavarian Alps. 'Ach' means water from the glacier, so you can imagine the colour of this particular river. It was an ice blue, from… Continue reading Travel Diary – Part 8 – Salzburg to Innsbruck