one word photo challenge: bronze

When I saw this color was coming I decided to take Oscar out for a “bronze-hunt” along the way to the supermarket – and we came met quite a few bonze object. It was a hot day with blastering sunshine we had them for a whole month now.

The lamb chops I had for dinner on Sunday.

Because the music cloud that I have hanging over this post “Céus de Bronze”, sings in Portuguese by R.P.C, means “Bronze Skies”, did I need to add one of my sunset images with bronze sky.
“RPCRevolution” is a group from Brazil.evening

 “A good snapshot stops a moment from running away. ”
Eudora Welty

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6 thoughts on “one word photo challenge: bronze

  1. You are a master at these challenges Viveka!! I would have hard time coming up with two shots for this challenge!.:-) Another great choice of music as well.

    • Thank you so much … I didn’t have anything … in bronze so I had to go out and hunt, but it was so warm .. and I just captured what I met on my way to the post office.
      I really like the music too, a track I found when I was searching on Soundcloud.

  2. Pingback: One Word Photo Challenge: Chartreuse | Jennifer Nichole Wells

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