Even though I didn’t post many square’s this time, I really liked Becky’s roof challenge. I had chosen the last photo a few days ago, but I took this one today at Burrow Farm and decided to use it instead. I like it’s rustic look, it seems that nature has made it’s own way.
I made it with two hours to spare!
They come in all shapes and sizes, including the stadium. I was standing at the top of Stalin’s Gift, the Palace of culture, which like the stadium, pops up as a landmark to help you get your bearings.
Or not as the case may be. I must say that Warsaw challenged my pretty good sense of direction, but it was a short visit.
Today is the penultimate day of Becky’s June Square Challenge and it’s been a fascinating one. Today she has a very pointed roof with an odd story.
Which was covered in wisteria a few weeks ago.
Taken through a window on a stair well, so please forgive the glare.
Day 26 of Becky’s June square roof challenge, and she has a dragon for us.
In the Thar desert where the temperature can reach the mid forties, a simple structure providing shade can make a big difference.
I’m sharing for Becky’s June square roof challenge. Just a few days left to post yours!
I’m not sure what time it is up on the roof!
Perhaps it will be two minutes to something forever.
Becky’s found a mural of rooftops in Lisbon, is it tiles or a painting of tiles?
Becky’s June square challenge continues, in Lisbon.I had a bit of a dilemma with my photo because it fits Paula’s challenge too. You’ll see what I decided to do tomorrow.
I took the photo somewhere in the region of Monti Sartorius, Sant’Alfio in the Mount Etna National Park. Etna erupted several times between 2011-2012, this was June 2013 and there was plenty of evidence of damage. No one has ever died as a result of an eruption.
I rather like this photo because of all the shapes, there were even more before I cropped it square.
I’m sure a couple of people will recognise the scene, but it’s for Becky’s June square roofs challenge.
Glimpses of Florentine roofs from the Palazzo Vecchio.
See what Becky’s been up to here. We’re half way through the challenge already, but I’ve only managed a few.
I suspect that many people don’t notice the roofs I’m showing you today. Most visitors to the area are looking in the other direction, at the Cathedral. But I’ve always liked this view as well.
They’re rather handsome don’t you think?
Becky has a minimalist roof with an elegant visitor!