WT#10 - Letters

(Berckmans Peter) #1

Thanks to everyone who joined last weeks challenge.

This weeks theme are letters or alphabet. Try to be creative. You can upload 1 photo here. You have time untill saturday 18th of september. .Later entries will not count for the voting.

Voting will be also done here, just like the photo you like most and please do not vote for your own photo. I know the forum is a bit out of the way but try to visit a few times to see the new entries. If you have to resize your photo, not make it to small, I need a min from 500px to use the photo in the blog afterwards.

For anyone who has problems posting on the forum, you can send your photo to [email protected] . Than I will try to post them for you. Please include your username of pb.

A litle help to upload your photos in the forum can be found here

(David Nurse) #2

Are we all looking for direction?

(In Reach Of The Skies) #3

White letters on granite. A sombre day at the German military cemetery at Cannock Chase with a single bunch of flowers in remembrance.

(Berckmans Peter) #4

Here is the entry from Linda Patki aka Violetotto.

At our favourite bistro in Toronto,
on my 60th birthday, Austin Clarcke, A Canadian novelist,
who is an acquiantance, penned a poem to me on the spot
on the back of a cash registerslip.
I’ve treasured it for 15 years and will forever

(Berckmans Peter) #5

At the entry of the Atomium Brussels

(Hem Bhandari) #6


(Camellia Staab) #7

Rome, Italy

(Lee Santiva) #8

Letters staged on the sidewalk before being placed on the theater’s marquee sign

(Lee Santiva) #9

Here is the question; where do you draw the line between words and “just” letters?

(K A Metcalfe) #10

Scrabble tiles

(Berckmans Peter) #11

I not draw the line. Words are made up by letters. It is our creative eye and mind that limits us here.

(Berckmans Peter) #12

The entry ftom Linda patki. Hotel bar napkin

(Berckmans Peter) #13

The entry from Steve Harnish. Get your head out of the clouds

(Gethin Thomas) #14

(Lee Santiva) #15

Here‘s the answer to my riddle: when you don‘t know the language, „words“ are just a collection of letters😉