cee’s fun foto challenge – letter j ( 6 letters long or more)

“When you are a photographer,
you work all the time,
because your eye is the first camera.”
Patrick Demarchelier

“They say the captain goes down with the ship,
so when the world ends,
will God go down with it?”
Fall Out Boy

(Captain’s JACKET aboard “Stena Voyager” arriving Landskrona to become scrap metal – May 2013)

“Ninety-nine percent of the world’s lovers are not with their first choice.
That’s what makes the jukebox play.”
Willie Nelson

(The JUKEBOX at “Cafe ’t Klein Venetië” in Bruges – September 2017)

“You can’t make a high jump
without high spirits!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

 (A young girl having fun (JUMPING) on her own at Tobisviks Camping, Simrishamn/Sweden – May 2014)

That come before the swallow dares, and take
The winds of March with beauty.”
William Shakespeare

(JONQUIL – my favourite spring flowers at Keukenhof Gardens, Netherland  – April 2017)

“Here is a very simple strategy of life:
When the train arrives at the station,
be at the station!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

 (The old station house in Averio (Portugal) and it’s beautiful decoration of AZULEJO tiles – June 2017)

“When a machine begins to run without human aid,
it is time to scrap it
– whether it be a factory or a government.
Alexander Chase

(JALOPY – a visit to the car cemetery at  Kyrkö Mosse in Ryd, Sweden – July 2017)

“There will always be rough days and easy ones.
Like a ship, we must sail through both.”
Nabil N. Jamal

(CROJIK (sail) – to “protect” cafe visitors from falling leaves at “Cafe Jardin Majorelle”, Marrakech – December 2016)

“There is a difference between jaywalking
and grand larceny.”
Gaylord Perry

(JAYWALKING – a normal traffic behaviour in Istanbul – December 2014)

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Letter J – Needs to contain the Letter J and be at least 6 letters long

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