Wouldn’t be nice to have all of one’s ducks or at least matches in a row? Not very feasible except in my photography. I need some peaceable time after my crazy week and wish all visitors the same. ©Paula Borkovic Prompted by B. Huberman’s order.
©Paula Borkovic These gondoliers are for Jo, our restless walker, to remind her to take a load off her feet once in while and for the weekly photo challenge theme: friend.
Roberto Cacciapaglia: “I composed “Canone degli Spazi” around essential elements – the harmony of the triads, the melodic repetition and the cycles that follow the orbits of the planets and the structure of harmonics – the very same rules that Pythagoras followed to make the laws of the Universe coincide. Sound can help us realize that the space inside us is as vast as…
Friable terrain in some parts of the Earth where climate is marked by alternating periods of torrential rain and drought gets increasingly eroded which gives rise to wonderful earth pyramids. ©Paula Borkovic I remember showing a photo of this site to someone from work (we usually employ smart people there) and she said that these structures must have been put there by…
Sometimes my walks make me discover the oddest things. I was surprised to find this quirky planting pot at some 1,883 m altitude in the Italian Alps. ©Paula Borkovic Big thanks to Jo for showing us always the most inviting places, and for allowing me to share the entry with weekly photo challenge: Surprise.
No fear on the streets of Venice…. ©Paula Borkovic In response to weekly photo challenge: Security .
In case you were wondering what I had been up to this March, the bellow photo sums it up : In response to weekly photo challenge: Dense and Cardinal Guzman’s Changing Seasons.
“Each of us is born with a box of matches inside us, but we can’t strike them all by ourselves” (original: ” Mi abuela … decía que todos nacemos con una caja de fósforos adentro, pero que no podemos encenderlos solos…”)- Laura Esquivel, Like Water for Chocolate This is my offering for A GOOD MATCH (weekly photo challenge).
What are the odds of seeing a three-legged stork? This is my entry for weekly photo challenge: Against the Odds Also check out https://postcardsedge.org/2017/02/18/the-fortune-teller-lost-in-thought/
From the left bank of the Tagus River, a magnificent, red-painted, steel suspension structure crosses the bay and takes you straight onto shores of Lisbon. All you need to do is follow its shadow. Weekly photo challenge now appears on Wednesdays, but I will continue to post for it on Fridays. The theme this week is Shadow. Our blogger friend Restless…