Over the next three months, as part of Jennifer Nicole Wells “Colour Your World”, I will be joining in with 120 Days of Crayola. Every day a different colour from the Crayola crayon pack.
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Strolling along the South Bank of the River Thames in London, you cannot help but notice this collection of white and yellow greenhouses. The Queens Walk Window Gardens are a collection of allotments created from reclaimed windows built and cared for by the community.
Prompting the question “What’s growing in your Window Box?”
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge – Harvest
Some urban and mundane features with appealing angles. A very funky looking bus stop (edit 5/7/14 – not as I remembered, a bus stop, but a beach shelter next to the road, you could wait for a bus there I suppose!) in Bexhill, East Sussex, a shed window and some concrete steps.
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This was taken from “The Deep” an aquarium near the docks in Hull, UK. It is a fantastic building, shaped to looked like a ship (I presume) and so the angles on these windows produced some interesting patterns.
Taken with Nikon D5100 and edited in Lightroom.
Please take a look at the other wonderful black and white images at Monochrome Madness.