This week’s challenge : Escape.
Multiple escaping possibilities… that’s my way!
Some bloggers’ escapes :
Weekly Photo Challenge – Standing ovation, seated
Weekly Photo Challenge – The Orient Nomad
Weekly Photo Challenge – Piran Café
Weekly Photo Challenge – I Work for a Jerk – Notes from a worker bee
Weekly Photo Challenge – What’s (in) the picture?
… and the usual hundreds of incredible interpretations can be found here!
Have yourself a superb week-end away!
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36 commentaires sur “Weekly Photo Challenge : Escape”
Excellent post Juls – you covered it all!!! Well done.
They all look like great escapes to me. And some great photos too 🙂
Wonderful escape images!!
Such adventurous escapes! I love seeing them, although I could never participate in them.
These are such great photos. I enjoy the ambiguity of the one at the beach. I suppose it’s a palm frond but at first glance I wondered if it was an eagle’s wing (bit long and droopy). The stumps leading off into the mountainous distance make excellent use of line.
BTW, have you gone to ‘premier’ or ‘custom’ to be able to have your own background or is that part of this theme? It is very effective and I would like to do it myself.
Thanks Anne! I’m happy the picture can be intriguing sometimes…
As for the background, it’s part of the theme to be able to add your own picture. I had to try many different things before finding the layout I wanted. It’s in « general layout » – « background » at least for this theme, I didn’t have to customize or anything. Hope you find yours!
Awesome variety of escape shots!
I love the one of the breaker – that is how we call the poles in the water in The Netherlands.
thanks! (thanks for the vocabulary lesson too! I was wondering what it was! 😉 )
we call it a wavebreaker, it is used to protect the beach from the torrent
Gorgeous pictures! and Wow! 🙂
ahahaha Thanks Nerissa! for stopping by and taking time to comment!
Great series Juls 🙂
Love Quilotoa ! I have a piece of my heart in Ecuador
Thanks Max! Ecuador is definitely a beautiful gem in South America! although my heart fell for Chile…
Beautiful pics. You’re a sky-diving interpreter? Waaaah!
ahahahaha we could say that, yes! 😉 can’t wait to interpret a sky-diving training session with deaf people! that’d be quite an adventure! Have you taken the plunge?
Oh, no way, José! I suffer from vertigo – just watching footage of sky diving is enough to make my soles tingle 🙂