a photo a week challenge: squares and circles

This challenge I have missed …. thought I was up to date, but so wasn’t the case, so I have some catching up to do. *smile

Squares and circles …. not easy to find in my existence or image files … maybe it because I’m far from being neither of it when it comes to my personality, even if I’m what you can call a “round” person when it comes to my shapes. Had to dig deep.  I’m one of them that is all over the place.

“I can’t give you the sunset, but I can give you the night.” 
Erin McCarthy

A magical evening sun at Kite Beach in Dubai – March 2019

“With enough coffee, I can dress myself
and use my grown-up manners”

Squares????!!! Just an image of a coffee stand along ul. Jozefa Dietla in Kraków – I was out walking on Christmas Eve, it was cold, grey and wet …. and I was desperate for a cup of coffee, but every cafe was closed and so was this coffee stand (hut) – December 2017

“Life is great. Cheese makes it better.”
Avery Aames

The Old Amsterdam Cheese Store at Damrak 62 is a MUST when visiting Amsterdam. This  is Gouda Cheeses. I’m a big cheese lover … and I eat far too much of it, but can’t help myself – April 2017

“Life is one big road with lots of signs.”
Bob Marley

One of Madrid’s beautiful street signs … all the street signs are all individual … not one the same … this was the sign sitting on the Opera, Teatro Real – September 2016

“As one who would rather light a candle
than curse the darkness.”
Richard Paul Evans

The table candle holder at one of my favourite restaurants in Porto … that is located in the magnificent Palácio da Bolsa, Had a fantastic dining adventure and it was there I was introduced to my favourite cocktail those days, Porto Splash (white port & tonic with loads of ice and lemon peel – far from square that drink *laughing). – June 2017

“Only the pure of heart can make good soup”

A very hot soup waiting to be served at Bill’s in Lewes, UK – January 2016

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This with the Beethoven quote .. gives me the chance to use one of his many beautiful piano sonatas as music cloud. This is Beethoven’s Piano Sonata No. 8 in C minor, Op. 13 – “Adagio Cantabile – Sonata Pathétique”. This was used in episode 9 of the TV series, Hannibal – with my favourite Danish actor Mads Mikkelsen as Hannibal.

A Photo a Week Challenge: Squares and Circles


10 thoughts on “a photo a week challenge: squares and circles

  1. Lol at the intro to this post…you do have a unique personality and who cares what shape you are. You are you 🙂 Brilliant photos, Vivi. Really like the close up of the cheese one. I also like cheese, especially the soft kind like brie or Camembert 🙂

    • Mabel, thanks for your lovely words. You’re so right … I’m not bother about my shape anymore … have accepted it, because I can’t afford a new wardrobe. *laughing. I love melted Brie or Camembert with nice jam and vanillia ice cream. Yummy. I’m more of a hard cheese girl. *smile

  2. 🙂 I would have not been a happy bunny if I’d come to the coffee shop and it was closed… But I like the picture!
    Have a very HAPPY weekend. I think I have to grab an ice cream now.
    Many hugs, dear Wivi xoxoxo 🙂

    • Dia, it wasn’t only one … it was all. Christmas Eve!!! Only the liquor stores was open????? Have done my EU voting now. Very mixed weather and more autumn than spring for the moment. I think I will do the same … grab a Magnum. SundayHug

  3. I played this Beethoven piece for my audition to the Music Department’s Piano Performance program at the University of Utah. I’ve had a couple of students learn it since then. I love this piece.

    • Nancy, Wow … I was playing piano too when I was young, but not on your level at all. I don’t think I played a classical piece, never came that far. Beethoven were the master of the piano. Hard to understand that a man that was nearly totally deaf could create music like this.

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