Names are everywhere around us, from the people you know, to the street you live on – they all have names.
This week we were challenged to take photos of names of things. I found this quite easy and have put together a small collection for you… I hope you’ll enjoy 🙂
Qasr Al Sarab, UAE
Portobello Market, UK
Mola Mola, Namibia
Riga Palace, Syria
Mama Africa, Zimbabwe
Conrad Hilton, Maldives
I have travelled to 37 countries and so I’ve seen my fair share of beauty that Mother Earth has to offer us… which means that finding photos for this challenge was a challenge in itself. I could spend hours going through my archives (I’m yet to save my photos in a program that allows tagging, and therefore searching) so I chose only a few places, and from there decided to use only photos that I’m fairly certain have not been used on my blog before. I find that oftentimes one photo could fit into many themes but I don’t want to keep using the same ones… I’d rather share some of the unseen beauties that I have hidden away 🙂
I hope you enjoy what I’ve put together for you this week!
You can click on any of the images to open a larger gallery view.
“Mundane and meaningful objects. Beautiful everyday things. This week, surprise us with something or someone (extra)ordinary.”
I went through a few of my photos for this challenge, looking for photos that are simple, yet great in some way – a well-timed shot, something out of the ordinary etc.
I hope you’ll enjoy my selection 🙂
Meerkat sitting on my uncle’s lap
Leopard with his (her?) tongue sticking out 🙂
Pelican-type-bird-thing in Namibia
Eerie, late afternoon shot, Musandam
Dolphins in Musandam