Welcome to the 198th round up of the Tuesday Photo Challenge!
First of all, my apologies for the very late posting of this round up; too many hours of meetings over the past week and not enough functioning brain cells to focus left at the end.
Your posts on the theme of Rest were absolutely fantastic! You were creative in your approaches and there was many a post that made me chuckle with amusement!! I’d strongly suggest that you explore each others’ posts to appreciate all that creative energy. Thank you very much for the amazing work that you did on this post!!
Here’s another place to rest one’s head…
This image comes from within the walls of Špilberk Castle in the lovely town of Brno in Czechia. There were lots of places to rest within these walls, as there were plenty of cells. The castle is well worth a visit, even though there is quite a bit of hill to climb. The views from the top are stunning and the interior of the castle is truly a classic!
Please enjoy the following blog posts:
Brian finds a rather restful set of ducks in his post in Bushboy’s World; these ducks appear very relaxed!
In a post, to which many can relate, in One Letter Up – diary 2.0, we are reminded that there’s nothing more important than a baby’s sleep, especially to a mother!
Susan photo in her post in Musin’ with Susan made me laugh, as those are the kind of contortions that we see at home from our pets! For more great photos, go check out the week in review in Musin’ with Susan; there’s one among them that really caught my eye!
Emily caught a couple of cats doing what they do best in Zombie Flamingos: a comfortable chair is there just for their rest!
Sheetal has put together a stunning post in her blog SheetalBravon; the caves of Ajanta are amazing and I agree that the monks’ sleeping quarters are a bit intimidating!
Lisa captures the essence of rest in a wonderful photo in her post in A Day in the Life; I could see myself kicking back and resting there!
Teressa has taken several approaches to the theme in her post in Another LQQk; there’s nothing like those resting babies, though!
Please let all of these great bloggers know your thoughts about their posts!
Welcome to the 168th round up of the Tuesday Photo Challenge!
My apologies for this very late round up; sometimes business travel can overtake one’s schedule and that certainly happened this week.
Finishing up this wonderful array of posts on the theme of Wall in my hotel room in Prague makes me appreciate all the creativity of your entries even more. My brain and eyes may be tired, but your entries broke through those barriers and made me smile, chuckle and muse with appreciation in viewing and reading your awesome posts!
Thank you very kindly for all of your great posts and the hard work that went into them and even more for your patience!
Here is another view of a wall…
The climb up to Spilberk Castle is good exercise on a warm day, for which you are rewarded with a spectacular bit of construction. As it was later in the day, I only had time to visit the Casemate, which included the interior of the wall. Believe me, you didn’t want to end up here as a prisoner…
Please enjoy the following blog posts:
Sarah starts things for this theme with a stunning wall of wood in her post in By Sarah; I love the way that it is photographed!
Nicole takes us to the Cotswolds for a classic wall in her post in Une Photo, Un Poéme; this reminds me of the many walls of this kind that we find in New England.
Kammie shares a great collection of walls in her post in Nut House Central; there are some great stone walls and a barn in need of some work…
Brian definitely has the trophy for best growth on a wall; in Bushboy’s World, he features a 24 meter high vertical garden! Impressive!!
Xenia’s finds a natural wall for her post in WhippetWisdom; the haibun brings us even closer to them! In a second post, Xenia brings us a completely different set of walls in Tranature, which are wonderful to see!