Sara Rosso at the Daily Post says that ‘On top can be a feeling, a perspective, or a physical location’ and asks us to share photos that express On Top this week for the photo challenge.
My photos were taken On Top in Bikaner, Rajasthan,
from the roof of a temple.
This is a photo that I’ve posted before. O don’t what it is about it but it’s one of my all time favourite photos, so I’m sharing it again. It’s the same place as the gallery facing a different direction.
Join in at http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/on-top/
To mark the 30th annual World Peace Day Ailsa has chosen White this week. I’ve chosen three peaceful white scenes to share with you.
The first is taken in Beer, a little fishing village in East Devon. Beer is on the Jurassic coast and it’s a place I visit regularly. It’s always mystified me because it has white cliffs, but as you can see in the distance, the cliffs to the east at Seaton are red, as are the next around to the west.
Next, a pretty white thatched cottage also in Devon.
Finally, a lovely white entrance to a temple in Bikaner, Rajasthan. The door is solid silver.
Please go and visit Ailsa – it’s worth the trip for the white peacock!