This week’s challenge is to take photos we’ve shot while traveling, and which show humanity. I still think of photos I take in Boston as travel photos, even though we’re coming up on three years here. Still, though, most of my photos for this challenge will be from this spring’s trip to Colombia.
Observers at the Cambridge International Carnival.
Man, outside the coffee cooperative we were visiting.
Wide variety of pics here, most of farmers in Colombia who were showing Americans what they do, or just watching and listening as their family or friends did. 🙂 Good times.
If you have pics you thing will fit the theme, click on the link above and participate in the challenge. I dare you! 🙂
Ailsa’s Travel Theme this week is statues, so here are a few of my favorite images of statues.
Abe Lincoln, at his memorial on the Washington, DC Tidal Basin.
Statue of George Washington in Boston’s Pubic Garden during the World Series in 2013.
The Statue of Liberty, as seen from the Brooklyn Bridge.
Outside of a house in Houghs Neck, Mass.
Headstone in a cemetery in Quincy, Mass.
Do you have photos of statues you’d like to share? It’s easy. Just go to Ailsa’s site, and get started!
I HATE selfies. Which is why I’ve had to go back to June of 2012 for this photo challenge entry. It’s a selfie shot through a chain-link fence, into a beat-up mirror on a piece of playground equipment. I’m the one in the orange sweatshirt …
This week, Ailsa decided her Travel Theme was “yellow,” because she finally saw sun in her corner of the world. We saw it, as well, as proved by the sun shining off this yellow sign post. Covered in ice. Because it’s freaking cold and icy around here, but some stuff is painted yellow. And sometimes, the sun comes out.
This week’s challenge is to feature an object as the subject of our photo. This is a macro of a glass bowl.