Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Week 1 Photo – geometry, bushes, window, brick, etc

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Sometimes you can have too much to choose from. Here are the bushes and the geometric design of the stairs and trellis in a park in the local town of Solothurn, Switzerland.

Curtain

I used to have a curtain, before we changed it to the modern stripy stuff. It seems we had some spectators looking through the curtains.

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I happened to take a photo of this house a couple of days ago on one of my famous wheelies in my chair. This also seems to cover a bit of brick, a bit of red and a bit of wall, and there are even a few bushes growing. No curtains, we tend to have blinds, but there are windows. 🙂

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Week 1 Photo – geometry, bushes, window, brick, etc

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Diagonal Line(s)

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We are in the middle of the flight paths of Zürich and Geneva airports, so we have continuous diagonal lines in the sky above.

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Even the barley grows diagonal, I watched this field grow from the beginning.

Shadows

And here are some diagonal shadows thrown by the sun’s reflection on my curtain strips

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Diagonal Line(s)

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Columns and Vertical Line(s)

Castle Waldegg 08.06.2018

One of the golden balls on a pillar outside our local castle.

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If you want to build something in Switzerland, it is law to make an outline with poles to show how it will fit into the landscape and to give the people time to object. This will be the last block of flats on our estate and an objection has been made, so the building is now delayed.

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The local stork family perched on its high nest.

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Columns and Vertical Line(s)

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Books or Paper

Illustrated Music Book, Castle Waldegg, Feldbrunnen

This book was in an exhibition at our local castle, from the good old days where everyone spoke latin.

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Looking for a book to read? Then visit our local town of Solothurn in Switzerland. They have a selection for anyone to borrow on the banks of the river in a bookcase. You can also leave your own books there that are no longer needed for the others to read.

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Ask the cat at our place before you want to read the newspaper. She might be reading it herself.

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Books or Paper