Each week, Lysha puts up a photographic challenge with prompts for us to look out for, then we share on Lysha's Saturday (my Sunday). This week begins 21 Nov
Prompts this week are: Lock, Spot in town quarterly, body part, In the dark, Your choice.
Lock: The lock is on an antique travelling writing case that belonged to my great grandmother.
Spot in town quarterly:
In the dark: We have been having big storms this week; this is taken during a lightning flash about 9.30pm. I took lots of photos to get one of the lightning - quite hard in the dark and anticipating when it will flash - just lucky timing. This was the only one I got with lightning.
Your choice: I was in Auckland on Friday with friends and we went to this cafe for lunch, I love the window and it made a great pic. You can hardly tell it was raining.
I hope you go look at what the others have done with these prompts, here:
A wonderful selection of photos Carol - love your lightening one! We too have had a lot of electrical storms this past week, with more forecast.
Your cafe window is striking in silhouette, and no, one cannot tell it's raining outside
Oh one of my favourite posts as you know Carol. The box of your great grandmothers looks wonderful, I love old treasures, the lightning storm was a lucky snap and the window is a nice one too, love the sign and the foot :)) the photo of your town looks very crisp and fresh all ready for the summer months, lucky you!!!!! we have nothing but rain and more rain very yukky.xxx
Great pics for the themes and love them all -great sign and love the window-like Janette said ran.rain and more even torrential rain and really cold heard neighbours scraping ice off their windscreens Monday morning!
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