Each week Cee of Cee’s Photography challenges bloggers with a fun prompt. This week we’re to share photos of rectangles. What photos will you share?
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A friend shared a photo challenge that seemed inviting: Photo for the Week.
I thought I’d join as I love both China and china. Here are the details from the hosts:
“So for your submission this week, it can be either crockery or anything oriental. Maybe a photograph of a trip to China. As long as it reflects China in one form or another, the task this week is very varied.”
This week’s prompt sent me searching for people, particularly young people, playing stringed instruments. Here’s what I found.
The exposure of this photo of a boy playing the violin gives it an ethereal feeling.
Henry Morton Nazareto Orchestra
In the Cayman Islands
Harpist at the Turkish Embassy
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Reading is one of my favorite pastimes and it’s this week’s inspiration for Sepia Saturday. Look what I found on the theme.
I didn’t know ostriches liked to read.
Woman in Sarasota reading (with schadenfreude) of the harsh winter weather up north.
I started wondering about what artists have done to portray reading. Here’s what I found.
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I love the old time department stores so this prompt has inspired me to find photos of their windows. I grew up visiting Marshall Fields in Chicago. My grandmother and mother would take me there and it was always a big deal. Such elegance. Such service.
Regrettably, we’ll soon have robots running the stores, which won’t be the same, not by a long shot. Below are some images from Marshall Fields and other retailers that evoke that charm and warmth of nostalgia.
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