The Kuala Lumper tower stands 420mmeters high. At one time it was 7th highest building in the world, but now it’s been eclipsed by so many it isn’t even in the top twenty.
The view from the top was pretty amazing. I can’t help wondering where this desire to create bigger and taller will end, and I feel for the builders. I like heights, do you? Is there a point beyond which you wouldn’t want to go?
My photo is for Paula’s Thursday Special, Pick a word, one or all of five, mine is ‘Lofty’.
It’s Patti’s turn to pick the theme for this weeks Lens-Artist Photo Challenge.
My little city is very low rise and as I don’t have a drone or plane handy, I’ve chosen a different one.
Even aside from the very special company I had, Warsaw was a nice surprise.
Where everything seems to have been upside down,
Happy weekend everyone!
It’s Leya’s turn this week and she’s picked a theme that could have a million different responses. It could be a regular challenge on it’s own. So, how to choose? really difficult for someone as annoyingly happy as me.
Going places, it just has to be what happiness is!
Can you see what made me happy?
There are lots of intriguing doorways in Marseille. I found this one in the oldest part of the city, Le Panier, an area filled with unique artisan shops and street art, that was first peopled in 600BC by the Greeks.
This was the entrance to a courtyard studio and artists gallery.
Join Tina in this weeks Lens-artist challenge, her doorways are magic!
Dusk, let’s sit and enjoy the view.
The day slowly washes away at the Vieux Port in Marseille. Time to relax, breathe away your cares with a sigh and watch the magical light changing before your eyes.
See the array of colour and light that Amy’s sharing.
So you take a slow walk up the gentle hill that is Rue D’Aubagne,
take a right turn that looks even less salubrious, into Rue Estelle. Then leave the road, hop up the steps to the bridge,
and there she is, blending in so well, you might not even notice.
For number two of my occasional street art post, I’m in Warsaw. With apologies to the artist, this work reminds me of those colouring books for adults, does it you?
And is it art or graffiti?
Graffiti writing and street art are often confused with one another. Both are subversive art movements where work is displayed in public rather than a gallery setting. While graffiti artists place their work in public, . . .
Maybe this work isn’t finished, perhaps by now it’s in full colour.