While I was in Scotland in 2013, I saw posters everywhere promoting Independent Scotland. Wait… Let me in fact, try and get you that photograph I took…
Here we go…
And this time while I was in Cork, I saw this one
My friend who is from Cork was explaining me about this. Interesting!!!
With the Brexit voting coming up soon and the pamphlets being passed through those letter boxes, I am left wondering how I missed such posters about it here in London. Surely there must be one or two isn’t? Am I not concentrating on my surroundings well ? Need to take help from Mad-Eye Moody. But read an article, a cheeky one, about it. I have started to see the adverts for Brexit (both for and against) in YouTube now. Irrespective of how the ‘summer’ is over here, at least the Brexit news is getting hotter by the day.
The famous stone walls which act as boundaries between two fields in Scotland.
I am not sure if you can see the difference in the water but this is the place where Ganges and Yamuna meets in Allahabad. Even though they meet, they still retain their nature, one is calm and other is very wavy and that by itself looks like a boundary that they both dont want to cross.
Now for something which looks like there is no boundary to it at all. Yes, the great Grand Canyon.
“I like geography best, he said, because your mountains & rivers know the secret. Pay no attention to boundaries.”
― Brian Andreas
Scottish Stone walls
Graffiti filled walls of Seville
The wall of the Vani Vilasa Sagara Dam near Chitradurga
Downloaded GIMP, thanks to my friend who uses it, and tried to create some pinhole effects on the existing photographs. Am not sure if they indeed have that pinhole effect, but I kind of like the output, except may be in the last one where I feel it is a little too bright. What do you think ?
I am not sure if you have noticed, but I almost always end up posting an odd number of photographs for any challenge. Almost all my WPC challenges have three photographs. Honestly, I don’t know why, I like posting them in threes. If not then just one. This didn’t occur to me until I saw Linda’s JustJoJan’s prompt (one of the challenges/prompts I am currently doing and for the others, if you are interested in some, you can check this post here) for the next ten days, which was related to numbers.
For this week’s Photography Challenge: Silhouette.
a) Location: Madrid, Spain
b) Location: Glasgow, Scotland
c) Location: Goa, India