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.
Texture – a simple word that describes complex human experience. Note: artistic or writer’s license has been liberally used in the crafting of this post.
The visual , the look of something, its characteristic, like smooth water.
The auditory – the sound of something, like a piece of music, how music feels to the ear – melodious, heavy or discordant, like the sounds of waves crashing on the beach and the elevated voices of people playing in the surf.
The kinaesthetic – how something feels like when you run your hand over the surface, like stroking the soft fur of a cat or walking over rough rocks.
The olfactory – how something smells like the floral or exotic texture of a perfume and the smell of the African bush.
The gustatory – rubbery oysters, a silky créme caramel or a crunchy cookie.
Entered in Cee’s Black & White photo challenge with the theme of Texture.
Cee's topic for this week is Paths and Trails.It can be a walking path or trail of any kind, long or short or paved or dirt, it can contain steps. Anything goes as long as it was meant to be walked on.
Mostly wooden walkways, the one below leads travellers down the pier to the boats on Lake St. Lucia, taking them on a cruise to the hippopotami, crocodiles and elephants in the reserve.
Road meant for people and cars and zebras – Hluhluwe Game Reserve.
On the boat on Lake St. Lucia, it is clear that the drought has lowered the water levels significantly.
The best view – access to the beach.
Storms have eroded the dune thereby collapsing the pavement. Workmen are on site fixing in time for the October school holidays. It was an incongruous sight to see an earth moving machine on the beach, which was closed to the public.
Entered in Cee’s black and white photo challenge this week. Click here to go to the challenge and see more entries.