Bridging gaps – Tuesday Photo Challenge – Connect

This week Frank has challenged us with the topic:

During this time of social distance, it is more important than ever that we connect with one another. I thought the theme of Connect might make a lot of sense. So, your challenge is to capture anything that either connects or with which you feel connected.

Well given I have used variations on this theme and text twice before this week, and so I feel no reason to stop now.  Some of you will have read this – but hey – you get a nice new photo!

Here is to hoping that the streams of our inspiration continue to bring our virtual community together in these troubled times, and serve to remind us of that which is common to us all,  that which we share, and that which we can continue to do for one another.  To keep open our lines of communication, and to bridge the perceived differences between us, to see them not as that which separates us, but as the the flow that can bring us a varied life, and through  our communication build community.

Below are the river Nith and and its Bridge in Dumfries, water and stone, the ancient arteries of communication, now we have electricity and radio waves, ones and zeros, at this moment more than ever let us remember to connect.

‘Bridging gaps’, Dumfries, 2018.
Bridging gaps

Ken

8 thoughts on “Bridging gaps – Tuesday Photo Challenge – Connect”

    1. Thank you – hopefully I will get to return, we had planed to maybe visit in May, but that will not be happening alas – so it will probably be a virtual holiday until later in the year!

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      1. Yeah…I’m thinking that we’ll have to put some of our vacation plans off till 2021…we’ll keep sharing our images and living vicariously through them for the time being.

        Stay safe!

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