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This #sundaystills challenge is hosted by Terri from Second Wind Leisure. It's a great themed photography challenge that you'll enjoy. I love seeing the other participants interpretation of the theme each week...it causes me to think outside the box. I joined in hopes of it pushing me to get out and take more photos...I have to some degree, but I also like that Terri is okay with us finding photos in our archives, which is also a lot of fun. So check out my photos and then head over to Terri's page to participate or visit other's posts. There are some awesome contributors who always inspire me.
This week is our color challenge and the colors are White and Gray. Certainly not colors I photograph things of on a regular basis, but let's see what I can find. Our weather is definitely gray, but I rarely have photos of the gray skies, because I do not like them. Haha. I scrolled through my photos, and grabbed some that caught my eye.
I loved all the white churches we found while on our trip to the NE States in October.
This gull sitting on the rocks in Bar Harbor, Maine.
As often as there were little white churches in the small towns, there were large gray stone churches in the bigger towns and cities.
Behind the coffee shop we visited in Gorham, NH was this neat concrete table and benches.
I'll never get tired of the white peaks of the mountain ranges in the PNW. So pretty. This was on the Puget Sound on our way to Orcas Island. That is Mt. Ranier.
There is an awesome sculpture park in Friday Harbor, Roche Harbor to be exact. The sculptures change regularly...I thought these sheep were so cute.
The gorgeous Swiss Alps from Murren, Switzerland..this area was featured in a James Bond film and there's an entire exhibit which we visited while there. The only way up is via a series of trains and cable cars. I wish we had taken time to stop at each stop along the way and walk around the little villages. I'd love to know what it's like living in these hillside towns. I think I need to go back.
This large sculpture in Venice is called "building bridges". They symbolize the need to build bridges and overcome differences.
With Joy Unquenchable,