PC - 6/25 - Leading Lines


(Craig Casterline) #1

This week the theme is leading lines and is open to all members. I would love to have some new entrants this week. Please upload your entry to this Forum or email it to me at [email protected]. You many also include a brief description of the photo if you like. Thanks to all who entered last week and to all who voted.

One thing I would ask you agree to is this: when you enter, you are committing to return to the challenge blog and vote on the entries. If you have difficulty finding this blog, then please follow it. I will post the voting blog on 6/25 and will put a link to it on the forum as well.


(Nancy Andrea D) #2


(Kenny H) #3

Benjamin Franklin Bridge, Philadelphia


(Olga Helys) #4


View of the city from LIEGE GUILLEMINS SATION


(Camellia Staab) #5

Broadgauge, a mega store built in 1872, is now being restored.


(In Reach Of The Skies) #6


(Benny Law) #7


(Chuck Staruch) #8

Fort Bayard soldiers cemetery in New Mexico.


(Thomas Thompson) #9


(Gethin Thomas) #10


(John Durham) #11

Along the boardwalk at Petersen Lake Nature Center in Collierville, TN.


(Berckmans Peter) #12


Not have to be actual lines


(Traci Gasho) #13

Pittsburgh, PA - It was a cloudy day when I shot this photo.


(Craig Casterline) #14

The blog is up for voting. Please visit it and vote for your favorite shots.
https://www.photoblog.com/photochallenge/2021/06/26/pc-leading-lines-vote/


(Elizabeth B) #15

Craig,
Thanks so much for organizing this challenge! All such fabulous entries, so creative!


(Glynn Barnard) #16

Kyoto Station.