Cee says: "This series I call Odd Twists meaning we are looking for the bizarre and the common things we don’t always take photos of.This week the topic is Hallways. Hallways come in all sizes and uses. They are usually thought of as indoor, but don’t forget about hallways that are outdoors and underground. Hallways usually have some great repetitive lines and shapes. "
The MAAT in Lisbon provided the perfect photo for this week’s challenge. I don’t usually take photos of hallways, but this one caught my attention – it’s a stark white space with stairs that disappear into where…? Hmmm…mysterious…
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.
Mozambican-born Portuguese South African; reflecting on travel, writing, editing, life, family and change that has social impact; chief wide eyed in wanderer, wonderer and bottlewasher