Weekly Photo Challenge: Up

Sometimes we do not need words of explanation or captions for photos. Such is the case here with my interpretation of “Up”.

 

Tall building in New Yourk

GW Bridge

View from the car of  a highway loop

Soutwestern Church with ringing bell

Tall business building in Tucson

I responded to several Weekly Photo Challenges before:

Weekly Photo Challenge: Lost in the Details

Weekly Photo Challenge: Kiss

Weekly Photo Challenge: Love

Weekly Photo Challenge: Beyond

Weekly Photo Challenge: Illumination

Weekly Photo Challenge: Delicate

Weekly Photo Challenge: Changing Seasons

Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections

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3 Comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Up”

  1. Mark Trocchi Says:

    Up is a nice place to be.  Spent Wednesday in Boston setting up a show two blocks away from the bombing site.  Huge tributes on the square in front of Boston Public Library. I’ll send a couple now from my phone. 

      Mark Trocchi

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    • Alicja Mann Says:

      Hi Mark!

      Yes, you are absolutely right – up is nice place to be! However, up and downs are part of our life experiences and ability to deal with them is an art of survival.

      Mark, I appreciate very much your photos from Boston – Thank you very, very much! Will talk to you soon – Alicja


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