This week Cee challenges us with the topic ‘Chutes and Ladders‘.
I appear to have a lack of chutes and ladders in my archives, so something to add to the list to snap! I considered ‘para’chutes, and also laddered tights! However I finally decided on this one – I think it counts as a ladder! The Cork stone a natural outcrop on Stanton Moor some 5 meters high.
‘Ladder?’, Cork Stone on Stanton moor, 2013.
Well this week Frank challenges us with the topic ‘Roll’:
Of course, after a week of Rocking entries, you fully expected that we’d Roll into this week! Yes, I gave into the temptation of using Rock and Roll in consecutive weeks. As Roll can take a number of meanings, you can roll the dice to select the one you want to use. Whether a bread roll, a bed roll, or a ball rolling down the hill, I look forward to see what wonderful ideas come rolling in this week!
So following on from the second of the two rock photos I used last week, I thought I would use another photo from that set, it includes that same rock, but this time we see more of the waves ‘roll’-ing in.
‘Rock and Rolling in’, Sandymouth bay, 2017.
Well this week Frank challenges us with the topic ‘Wonder’:
In case you wondered, last week’s contributions were absolutely wonderful! To put it simply: all of you Rock!! Which leads me to this week’s theme: Rock…
So having a look back through some old photos I found this one. It is a carving down on the beach in Tintagel.
‘Rock face’, Tintagel, 2017.
And also from the same day, a favourite rock to photograph at Sandymouth bay, it would actually be quite hard not to get it in a shot.
‘All at sea’, Sandymouth bay, Cornwall, 2017.