– to cast a shadow on; darken or shade
– to make gloomy or troubled
We took this photo when we were in Bruges, Belgium back in 2006 at the Sand Sculpture Festival.
For other “shadowed” interpretations, see here
Happy Weekend, Folks!
We found the challenge this week, really tough! What do you think about our choice for the challenge? Tell us here
Show us what “yellow” means to you.
These are the words from the folks at the Daily Post for this week’s photo challenge.
We could hardly pass up the opportunity to share our first ever rubber duck race in Burgos, Spain during our Camino. The river was dotted yellow except for sections where the ducks got a little caught up with one another.
That was the close up!
And now for the view down the river.
Enjoy the weekend and week ahead!
Have you ever witnessed a quirky event? Share us your thoughts and comments.
This was a tricky theme but we think we found a picture that twinkled! Don’t look at the sun, look at the reflection off the water 🙂
We took this in Kusadasi, Turkey. We have used a photo of the same horizon when we first participated in the challenge. Then an hour later from that photo, this happened.
One of the most incredible sunsets we’ve seen 🙂
Enjoy your weekend ahead!
We would love to hear your comments.
Today, we share a photo of an outdoor fish market on the island of Santa Cruz, one of the Galapagos Islands.
Where the pelicans converge for any fish that might be up for grabs.
How has everyone else interpreted converge? See here for more!
Can you see the sneaky sea lion?
Hope you all have a terrific weekend!
Tell us what you think of our choice for the theme this week.