Black & White Sunday: Unusual

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Join me this Sunday again and post a photo or several photos of something unusual. Make sure it is black and white or almost πŸ˜€ A Happy and peaceful Sunday to all my followers!

 

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Check out the entries for this B&W Sunday by clicking on the titles bellow:

UnusualΒ 

Boaring Sculpture

Snake Charmers in Jaipur

Ice head

Look Who Borrowed The Leopard’s Spots!

Ironbridge Gorge

Unusual by Klara

Unusual Eyes

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In the arms of the angel

Rainy day at the Junkyard

Unusual

67 Comments on “Black & White Sunday: Unusual

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    • My favourite towers from your part of the world Tish :). Thank you my dear. I appreciate that you included a photo from a while back too πŸ™‚

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  10. My first thought was it looked like a megaphone ready to broadcast and perhaps in a way that is right. πŸ™‚ gorgeous image Paula.

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  11. Ah, nice, saw them lots in Mekong delta, looks like showerheads to me πŸ˜‰
    Some guy told me they ate these as well!
    Greetings, Ron

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    • I wonder what they taste like. It’s amazing that you thought of showerheads, Ron. That was my first association too πŸ™‚

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