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Lined Up – Weekly Prompts: Line-up

This weekend GC and SueW have chosen the following as the theme for their challenge.

The Saturday photo challenge here on Weekly Prompts is Line-up.

Lots of possibilities here – Line em up and shoot em… photographs that is!

Line-up – The cast of a theatrical show, a list of players in a sports event, a queue, a row. But You don’t need us to help you out, GC and I are certain you’ll have plenty of ideas of your own so we’ll leave you to it.

The first – two stones that are part of a stone row, a line, lined up, but also lines that go up.

‘Lined up’, Devils arrows, 2019.Lined Up

The second – A slightly cheeky entrant of a line that is up!

‘Line Up’, St.Ives, 2019.Line up

And finally the third – the Up line from St. Ives to Carbis bay.

‘Up line’, St. Ives, 2019.Up line

Ken

Looking up – One word Sunday Challenge: Perspective

This week Debbie has challenged us with the following:

Welcome to One Word Sunday, and over to all of you to join the challenge with your own perspective post.

‘Looking up’, Palace of Westminster, London, 2013.Looking up

Ken

Use me – Friendly Friday: Looking up

This Friday, Something to Ponder About and The Snow Melts Somewhere have challenged us with:

This week on Friendly Friday I am asking you to join in and create a post sharing your interpretation of the prompt : –
LOOKING UP

Well I had a fair few photos where I had taken pictures from the ground looking up, in the case of some megaliths I was often lying on the ground looking up.  However I happened up this photo I had taken and thought it was an interesting slant on the brief.  What better instrument to use when tasked with the challenge of looking up!

‘Use me’, The Kymin, 2014.Use me

Ken

Power Up – Weekly Prompts – Photo Challenge Up

This weekend GC and SueW have chosen ‘Up’ as the theme for their challenge.

I don’t play as many computer games as I once did, however given the topic for this weeks challenge I wanted to find a photo to fit my chosen title.  A delve into the archives turned this ‘up’.

‘Power Up’, Brynna, 2013.UpPower

Ken