weekly photo challenge – glow

“It’s about glowing lights and small things that are big.”
Markus Zusak

“A Parliament is nothing less than a big meeting
of more or less idle people.”
Walter Bagehot

(Hungarian Parliament Building – Országház, Budapest – Febr. 2017)

“I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.”
L.M. Montgomery

(Autumn leaves, Park im. W. Reymonta in Łódź, Poland – Oct. 2017)

“Anybody can buy. It takes an artist to shop.”
Boylan

(A Souk shop, Marrakesh – Dec. 2016)

“A sunset is the sun’s fiery kiss to the night.” 
Crystal Woods

(A golden evening, Landskrona – June 2014)

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    • Hi there, girlfriend … thank you for asking and for the lovely comment. Was over in Denmark for some culture yesterday, but it feels like I have lost the mojo. Not really motivated for anything.
      But I hope that will change. I hope you have great weather and that you are enjoying every day as it comes. Loads of hugs in return.

      • The culture mojo, you mean, or just in general? I know healthwise it’s been a struggle. 😦 I’m over at the neighbour’s on cat feeding duty again so having a quick look on WP. Cloudy for the last day or so but I’m fine with that so long as it’s good when James gets here. Out walking with friends and far too much food and wine afterwards. 🙂 🙂

    • Thanks, A-C, the exhibition was okay .. it didn’t blow my socks off. Great photos, but very straightforward, but the interesting thing was the work she had done through following the same youth .. through the years. The most interesting series was about the young man Olivier that joined the French Foreign Legion. Strong colors … but not one smile on any of her images. The other shows were very wired and not even wonderful … it was a great day out in great company.

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