On a visit to London last fall I saw many ways that words and phrases presented themselves. There were signs, souvenir shirts and even one of my favorite landmarks that uses numbers instead of letters. When I look at these pictures now some of them give the appearance that the weather was gloomy. It was cloudy part of the time but it didn’t rain. That made it so much easier to take these pictures!
Souvenir shirts here
An impressive sight
Seen on a walk
Here it was cloudy but you could also see some blue sky.
For more pictures look here.
One afternoon in Cornwall it was very cloudy and looked like it might rain. I thought it was a good opportunity to take some pictures in black and white. I’ll always remember how lovely everything looked even under gray skies.
at the train station
across the water
a pleasant place to sit
After a few hours it became much lighter.
Maybe later there would be a glimpse of blue sky…
Prince Edward Island provides a variety of water views and I took a lot of pictures when I was there. As I looked at these photos from my trip I noticed that in addition to the water there were several other examples of ripples. Take a look.
The water and cliffs:
Tall grass in the wind:
When I was in St. Petersburg, Florida I saw lots of soft, fluffy clouds. One evening after the sun went down there was a hint of pink in the sky and the clouds looked like pillows. I chose these pictures for this week’s theme from Where’s my backpack?…