Category: B&W, Black & White Sunday, Photography, Portugal, Travel Tagged: Belem, black & white photography, Black & White Sunday, pavement, photo challenge, Portugal, sign
What a fun mosaic! 🙂
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Lovely mosaic. Alas, lacking a mosaic … I went in another direction. Hmm. What does she mean by that? (Mysterious music …)
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I may very well have walked over this. Carefully, of course 🙂 🙂 Love it, Paula! And the music too. Happy Sunday!
It’s lovely, I do like mosaic. I’m intrigued about the original colours though!
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You and me both, Gilly!
Well, you can see a similar one here https://bopaula.wordpress.com/2015/08/07/beneath-my-feet/
Have a look at this 🙂 https://bopaula.wordpress.com/2015/08/07/beneath-my-feet/
A striking mosaic!
It is aquarius, right? Beautiful. I am wondering about the coloured version as well… whether the pavement is grey or in different colours. 🙂
Yes, aquarius. I will post the colour version soon, but here is what a similar one looks like in colour https://bopaula.wordpress.com/2015/08/07/beneath-my-feet/
A fascinating challenge and photo, Paula. Happy Sunday.
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Nice sign. Here is my go: http://wp.me/p3gqMf-80
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Here’s my sign – the sign of me 🙂 http://wp.me/pKVAM-2cH
Excellent interpretation! Thank you.
Superlative , Paula!
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I went a bit tongue in cheek this week Paula. https://dailymusing57.com/2017/02/05/black-white-sunday-sign/
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They do such wonderfully wiggly pavement mosaics, but I haven’t noticed this intricate detail. Great shot Paula, and perfect accompaniment!
And I have found a sign for you now: https://travelwithintent.com/2017/02/05/a-sign-of-activity/
Gorgeous image, Paula. Thanks for the toe-tapping music. Love this song. Happy Sunday to you. xx
Thank you, Sylvia. I love Portuguese pavement. It’s my favourite song from my favourite musical 😉 Have a great week!
lovely mosaic. I like it B&W. and, yes, I can say The hair is my favourite musical as well 🙂
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Well, I was doing some consolidation of images in my archive, and came across this one: https://suejudd.com/2017/02/05/black-white-sunday-sign/
Happy end of Sunday!
Fun challenge as always;.https://3rsofretirement.com/2017/02/06/bw-sunday-sign/
This is cool 🙂
😀 thanks, Joshi. What’s your sign? 😉
Hi there 🙂 I just nominated you for the Bloggers Recognition Reward! Really lovely post 🙂
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Absolutely great! Thanks for sharing.
Dear Paula please accept my apologies for not posting my link here in comments, yet again! It’s because I schedule posts to spread them out a bit and you’ve always seen them before I have chance to come home from work and sort it out. Anyway thanks again for a really cool challenge and also for the link to your photo in colour x:-)x
Don’t worry Gilly. I know you are busy. No need to apologise. xx
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I almost missed this challenge. My computer is notifying me later and later each week. I’ve saved your B&W under favorites.
Anywho … love the astrological sign. Which one is it? I’m assuming Aquarius because of the song. I’m a water sign too – Cancer.
Hope you enjoy my selection. Thank you for hosting.
Yes, aquarius, but it is an air sign. Cancers are nice people. I love your out of the box entry. Really cool.
I don’t know that much about horoscope signs. I’ll have to read more about them. 😎
Happy (Belated?) Birthday Paula!
Just 12 days late 🙂 Thank you very much. Good wishes are always welcome.
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