This weeks photo challenge is rather, well, challenging: through. I’ve never been good at taking these type of photos, although I do enjoy trying. What I have envisioned in my mind, never seems to come out in the photo. I’m submitting two photos for this weeks challenge as I can’t make up my mind.
Through ancient granite doorways we see the rolling hills of central Sardinia.
My second submission for this weeks challenge is rather cute and carries a wonderful story, close to my heart.
Through this window, and though this fog. If I look close enough I will find my angels.
I hope I’ve managed to capture this weeks challenge.
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Great photographs. I like the first one most. 🙂
That’s so cool a rocky doorway. That’s not something you see everyday. I also like that mist photo as well. I’m backpacking through Europe and thought about bring a flat Stanley, but I think bring a zebra doll is MUST better. LOL
Yes but SO many people know Flat Stanley. I teach internationally and my class has done it a few times… I do it too and people recognize it even in China!
Stanley’s latest claim to fame he was on American Idol!
It took me a while to be able to comment…this computer keeps knocking me out of WP…but I love these shots.
Thanks Jo. I love the first one, but the last one just tugs at my heart. I have that animal my one niece as a gift before coming to Sardinia. This past Christmas time, she re-gifted Zee-Bee to me. She said, she thought I needed him more, that she has puppy to keep her company and I haven’t a puppy. it was a really self less beautiful act. Zee=Bee was in my three nieces arms for 4yrs, and now when I hold him, I feel their arms around me.
Awwwwwww…now I have tears in my eyes. Kids are so real and so in the moment.
They really, truly are. I love my nieces more than Italian pizza. 😉
I adore the second picture 🙂
Thanks, so do my nieces. 🙂
he he he….
Thanks for the ping back and for stopping by my blog today. I hope you will consider hosting Flat Ruthie for an adventure in Sardinia!
This week’s challenge was an inspiring one, so many different ways to view through. I enjoyed seeing yours.
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so whimsical, and i love the doorway … that would protect you from the elements!
I enjoyed them both… The foggy one is so forelorn and mysterious….
How do you get your name on them?
There’s a program I use called Picasa which puts the water mark on.
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My favourite photos are always through a door. It has always reminded me of Alice in Wonderland.
It never ceases to amaze me just how similar some of your landscape is to what I see here. makes me wonder even more at just how small the world really is these days!!!
They’re both pretty awesome! Liked the shadow of the railing in the first one too…
Sardinia, eh?! You’re far from home 😆
My mother told me that I would stray. 😉
you DID capture the theme, very well:)
Like the first one! Nice view!
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I link the top one a lot.
Like, not link. *sigh* it is late…..
I got you the first time. 😉 Grazie.
i think you captured the essence of the challenge just fine 🙂
read your post about the angels – aren’t nieces and nephews the most wonderful invention!
thanks for sharing. 🙂
Thank you, they truly are a wonderful blessing.
I think you’ve done a great job. I absolutely love the first one. I’m not sure if you’ve merged a couple or more exposures but it came out great.
Thank you! I have no idea what ‘merged exposures‘ are, but I can assure you, that I’ve only played with the colour. It was a cute little doorway at a wedding I attended in central Sardinia.