Saturday, 24 January 2009

Brenda's Photo Challenge - Looking Upwards






Walking through the streets of a city gives you plenty of opportunities to look upwards!
Scaffolding in a narrow street, a tree stretching into the sky,
the sunlight painting airy patterns onto a wall.
Windows absorbing the first sunlight of spring.


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15 comments:

Arija said...

Ah Maria, another great post. I love the windows and who could resist that newly gilded duck?

Your photography has come on in leaps and bounds in the six months I have visited here. I know mine has improved with blogging. I think the difference is that we look for things to show, rater than to remember.

Brenda said...

Glorious challenge photos Miz Maria! I love looking at your beautiful city!

antigoni said...

Excellent photos and post, Maria.
So many beautiful things to show!

Jeanne said...

I love looking up when walking through the city. Just have to remember to check where I'm walking now and then as well. Love that duck!

Butterfly Gardener said...

Your city has such great architecture to photograph, nothing here compares to your photos.

Jan said...

Great choices, Maria. I especially love the one with the tree,

Kessi said...

Einen ganz bezaubernden Sonntag, Sonne im Herzen und ein tolle Verwöhnprogramm für die Seele wünsche ich Dir, ganz liebe Grüße von Karin

Barbara said...

Love the architecture of your city. I enjoy all your post. Thanks for sharing Smiles B

Donna said...

Oh! These are Lovely!!! I love the gold bird! Beautiful things to see!!hughugs

Sharon Ellery said...

What a great series of shots. I love the scaffolding...but would be terrified to be up there.

Sharon

Just Joni said...

wonderful pictures...beautiful city!

Karen M said...

Very nice pictures. The scaffolding adds so much to the pictures. Gives them character.

Joan said...

Wonderful shots. Not like my bullshit stuff...you got it kid, take more.

waldviertelleben said...

tolle fotos, wie immer. gratuliere.

Donna said...

Lovely photos! Ah, I adore the picture of the tree surrounded by grand buildings!