cee’s fun foto challenge – things people play with

“Great photography is about depth of feeling,
not depth of field.”
Peter Adams

“Chess is the gymnasium of the mind.”
Blaise Pascal

Games …  Chess board at Mercado do Bolhão in Porto – May 2018

“The wise musicians are those who play
what they can master.”
Duke Ellington

Instrument … Baglama playing lady at İstiklal Caddesi in Istanbul – November 2016

“Dolls with no little girls around to mind them
were sort of creepy under any conditions.”
Stephen King

Dolls … at the Great Market Hall in Budapest – February 2017

“Everybody’s trying to leave their mark on the world.
That’s why there’s graffiti and babies.”
Kristen Schaal

Spray tint …. mini graffiti artists at Hometown in Berlin – July 2018

“Life is like a game of tennis;
the player who serves well seldom loses.”

Tennis rackets, a winning smile – Båstad Centercourt, Sweden – August 2017

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Things People Play With

4 thoughts on “cee’s fun foto challenge – things people play with

  1. Hope whomever supplied the kids with paint, will also supply them with paint to fix their “art” work. Unless of course it’s actually their fence their painting. Out blog walking, needed to stretch my legs after writing a post. Question for you, since I’m currently commenting on a blog post that isn’t your current post, are you notified about it? I’ve done that twice today as I’m out blog walking and it occurs to me, I don’t know if people know that someone leaves a comment on an older post?

    • The kids where painting at an open-air graffiti gallery and the “fence” will be painted white again for the next day’s mini artists. The comments on older posts are notified. Only that I am visiting friends in Spain and have not been online.

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