CBBH Photo Challenge : Framed

          Oooh framed, another chance to post some of my favourite pictures of railings, I really couldn’t miss out on this months challenge from Marianne at “East of Malaga“.

          My favourite railings are the ones at Weymouth, they’re painted a lovely blue and white and I love the way that the deckchairs are the same colour, shown “here” and “here

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          The railings along the prom with people playing on the pebbled beach not far from where I grew up.  More pictures from along the prom are “here“.

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          And the regatta at Cowes on the Isle of Wight, with more pictures of the regatta “here“.

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          As for the challenge ...

CBBH Photo Challenge

           There are lots of challenges around providing inspiration and lots of awards too, these providing the opportunity to link to other blogs and pass on the enjoyment found there but this challenge does both so for my part, here goes …

          My two blogs this month are “Rockchicklynda” and “FATman photos“.

          Lynda at Rockchicklynda has just started up, she’s got a quirky sence of humour and an unusual outlook on life.  Hop over and say hi to make her feel welcome.

          Adrian at FATman photos is no beginner, he sees pictures everywhere and although lots of the technical stuff goes clean over my head I always enjoy dropping in to see what he’s caught with his camera next.

          Why not hop over to this month’s “CBBH Photo Challenge: Framed”  where everything is explained, and have a go for yourself.

          Enjoy, see you all on the blog hop challenge again next month..

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12 thoughts on “CBBH Photo Challenge : Framed

  1. I have nominated you for the Sisterhood Of The World Bloggers Award. The post will be up about 9 or 10 a.m. on Monday. You don’t have to feel obligated, but I hope you’ll pass it on!

  2. I can see why you like the railings so much. I love the way you’ve framed the backgrounds in those shots. 🙂

    The blog hop sounds like fun. I can’t take on any challenges right now, but will bookmark it for the future when there’s a possibility of free time to have fun.

    • Thanks, I think the second picture has a bit to do with my liking of railings and pebbles, growing up near them and the moving away, its true what they say, you very often don’t notice what you’ve got until its gone. 🙂
      As for the challenge, there are lots of different ones around, I very often read them but don’t always take part, they’re good for inspiration though and for bringing old memories and pictures to the surface. It’s interesting comparing how different the prompts work on different people’s imagination. 🙂

  3. Gosh, Sallyann, I’m quite taken aback! Thank you very much indeed for writing about my blog and for saying such nice things! Don’t worry about the techy stuff – I think I’m a partial nerd!

    Before I read what you’ve written about me, I was in any case going to write a comment, to compliment you on the photos here – I love the way you’ve framed the Cowes regatta in those dark railings – that works very well, and especially so as the yachts are so nicely lined up! Good stuff – and thanks again! Adrian

    • You’re most welcome, and don’t forget that nerds were always the most popular people in school when it came to needing help with homework. 🙂
      For the picture … thank you, I like looking through things to put my pictures into frames, and these were perfectly placed, I think I have another one in the files with an added bonus, I’ll dig it out. 🙂

  4. Hi Sallyann and welcome to this month´s CBBH Photo Challenge 🙂

    You´ve given us a great selection of images framed by railings – which perfectly compliment each other because they were just meant to be together! No wonder the Weymouth railings are your favourite – aren´t they lovely?

    Thanks for sharing links to two blogs you enjoy visiting. I don´t know either of these, so it will be my great pleasure to HOP over there, right away.

    Marianne

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