Arbroath Seawall — #PPAC #3

Hi all 😃 My entry for the Photographing Public Art Challenge #3, set this week by Marsha.

On the inland side of the Arbroath seawall runs a wavy gap in the top of the concrete. Within the gaps are depictions of sea life, such a shells, starfish, buckets & spades 😃

A Photo a Week Challenge: Off-Center

Hi all 😃 My entry for Nancy’s A photo a week challenge.

Raindrops on a rose
Raindrops on a rose
Drookit skwurrel
Drookit skwurrel
Sunflower & bee
Sunflower & bee
Arbroath War Memorial
Arbroath War Memorial
Just after sunrise
Just after sunrise
Arbroath Signal Tower Museum
Arbroath Signal Tower Museum

…and finally, some off-center lensball shots 😃

Heading Home — Water Water Everywhere #36

Hi all 😁 Feel free to join in whenever you have a water picture to post (any type of water, in any state, will do). See below for how to join the fun 😁

Heading home
Heading home

How To Join In

  1. Create a Water Water Everywhere Photo Post.
  2. Add a link to your WWE blog post in my comment box or create a pingback by linking to my post.
  3. Title your post Water Water Everywhere or add WWE tag.

Hae a guid week 😁

Painted Diffferently — CFFC

Hi all 😃 Close to the line on this one but here are some objects painted differently for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Anything Painted.

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Arbroath 700 Years on

Hi all 😁

Today marks the 700th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Arbroath, a letter sent to the Pope on 6th April 1320, declaring Scotland as an independant nation.

Many of us were intending visiting this historic town today to mark the occasion & on Saturday to march for independance for Scotland. With the current global pandemic, all plans were rightly shelved and the march postponed.

I therefore bring Arbroath to you, so we can all be there in spirit, if not in body.

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Fleet Dyke — Things in Scots #18

Hi all 😁 and welcome to December’s project: Things in Scots. This month I am collaborating with my wife, Susan (☜ follow this link to see and hear her post), and we’ll be posting mostly daily — Things in Scots (great title eh? 😂).

Fleet dyke (breakwater) is today’s Things in Scots.

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