The seven-day black & white photo challenge is doing the rounds on Facebook, and I took up the challenge. If you haven’t come across it yet, it is about posting a photo of your life each day for seven days. No photos of people. No commentary. Challenge someone new each day.
Day 1, a spring leaf…
Day 2, spinach growing in our garden. I planted it last summer and it survived the winter. Tender bright green leaves are growing again.
Day 3, I submitted my social entrepreneurship assignment, on time!
Day 4 I was in Cape Town. Don’t you just love how neatly the luggage trolleys stack into each other?
Day 5, book order arrived. I ordered it months ago and had given up on it when it arrived! Relieved and glad.
Day 6, shopping at the mall. It’s located on a high and is a beautiful vantage point over the valley.
Day 7, today, and the first cup of coffee I posted. Americano with cold milk. It’s so easy for me to post a cup of coffee! I held out until day 7.
Did you also enter the FB challenge? Post a link to your blog post telling us all about it in the comments below.
Not your ordinary photo challenge, Cee Fun Photo Challenge is going through the alphabet. This week we’re asked to post photos the subject of which starts with the letter D and is 4 letters in length. As Cee says:
You can always use adjectives and adverbs with a specific topic just make sure you give us the word that fits the requirements of this challenge. Feel free to use your native language as your inspiration for this challenge, just please give us the word in your language and the english translation. Use your imagination for this theme. The thing is to have a lot of fun with this challenge.
This week we have dawn, dusk and door.
Wintry Durban dawn:
I love these doors with so much unique character in Lisbon:
And now for the pics I seem to take the most of – dusk…
I needed a working space to collaborate with M, my colleague and Rosebank was the first choice. For many reasons:
Sandton is just gridlocked
Rosebank is closer to me
There’s great coffee in Rosebank at Motherland Coffee – with great chill vibes playing in the background – my ideal workspace
It’s trendy and cosmopolitan
There are amazing clothes shops which are a treat to windowshop
It’s across the road from the Gautrain station, convenient for M who came from Cape Town to support me at an important client meeting
I found a water feature – it was new to me – and it’s probably been there for ages. I only noticed it today. In any event, below are some of the pics I took (notice the mandatory coffee and muffin pic…?)