This week Frank has challenged us with the topic:
Of course, Junk can be used in many ways from one person’s garbage to another one’s art or treasure! Your challenge is to find some Junk that speaks to you and share it with all of us!
‘Once useful’, Stott Park Bobbin Mill, 2017.
This week Bren sets the topic for the ‘Photo for the Week’ as ‘Time’.
The challenge for this week is Time. And for the challenge as long as time is reflected anything goes. It could be a watch, clock, the time of a season, or even heritage. Anything that reflects time.
So here are two pictures of a pocket watch, it is over twenty years since this kept good time, when I used to wear it when I went out for the night. Before it was mine it was my grandfathers last watch so it also represents time in a different way as well. So when wound up this watch can walk forwards in time with me, but also take me back.
‘Inner workings’, Brynna, 2019.
‘Cracked face’, Brynna, 2019.
This weekend GC and SueW have chosen ‘Junk’ as the theme for their challenge.
‘I used to be useful’, not quite my cry, but certainly the items in this photo used to be. Taken at Stott Park Bobbin Mill, is junk ever junk? I am sure several of you would give these items a home. And perhaps they are useful still.
‘I used to be useful’, Stott Park Bobbin Mill, Cumbria, 2017.