While in Normandy, France, in October this year, I took many photos of fences and gates. I could have taken photos of the famous Utah and Omaha beaches, the war monuments or the cemeteries, but I preferred a series of fences to express the vastness and loneliness in the countryside.
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An old plow in Rappahannock, Virginia
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These photos were taken on a very early morning in the beginning of May.
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More responses to Cee’s challenge can be found here. I was in Bellwald, Switzerland for a week and saw the most beautiful wood textures. The word for the following two photos is chalet!
The stones underneath are used to keep mice and others out of the house!
The photo below features the seven dwarfs!
This photo was taken in Madrid in September 2016. It was one of the apartment buildings in which I lived, back in 1974-75, the construction was neatly covered. Funnily enough another building in which I lived on Puerta del Sol was also under construction and covered.
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Puerta del Sol
Some cows for this week’s challenge.
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This photo is for Cee’s B&W challenge of this week. For more responses, click on the badge below. The photo was taken at the Monticello estate, once owned by President Thomas Jefferson, close to Charlottesville, Virginia.