Phoneography Challenge: My Neighbourhood

I don’t like taking photos with my phone, but the phoneography challenge came out, and since I don’t feel well enough to go outside yet, I give you a night view from my window….


30 Comments on “Phoneography Challenge: My Neighbourhood

  1. Artistic value apart,I’m glad to see this view , since It’ what you see everyday from your window!
    ….and it’s perfect for the challenge!


  2. That’s an interesting view, Paula. Full of cold or just generally under the weather? Hope you’re well soon. I may well hibernate this weekend. It’s miserable weather.


    • Thank you so much Jo… It is flu coupled with ear infection, and some really hard times at work….


  3. jalal michael sabbagh.

    Hi Paula ,l hope you will be feeling fine very soon.Amazing picture ,Does the view changes because of the time? Regards. jalal


    • Hello Jalal 🙂 The view changes with seasons, and the times of day of course. The fountain is out of function during winter but in summer and spring it is packed with people and dogs :D. Thank you for your comment.


    • I am so glad you like it Mar… it is music by a Croatian musician :). Did I tell you I like your new gravatar photo?


      • Could listen to him play for hours, Paula. It’s got magic.
        And yes, you just did 😉
        Sending over a warm smile to lighten up your cold weekend.
        ~ Mar


    • Thank you, Jeff. Living in the centre has its advantages, though sometimes I would like to wake up with a view of the woods 😉


  4. I guess it is from the balcony,
    where is your friend pigeon..? 🙂 😉

    Greee8 idea for the theme, especially when you are not currently on the top to jump into the streets – take care my girl… 🙂


    • You guessed right, my feathered friend :). Regarding pigeons.. there are more and more of them trying to make a nest on my balcony and making a terrible noise and pooping mess 😀 Thank you. xx


  5. I really like this picture.

    Can’t say I really like to take photos with the phone either. It’s a good phone, and I don’t know why … I keep getting disappointed with the ones I do take..


    • Thank you for understanding and for liking this shot, Rebe. Ever since I switched to dslr, I find the lack of viewfinder quite irritating and I don’t have any control with phone cameras, so for me it does not work at all….


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