Father, where are we going?
To the beach?
No, son. It’s lunch time. Let’s go to Japanese buffet!
It’s a long way there!
Don’t worry! We can rest on this parking lot.
After thinking long and hard I decided to take part in Cee’s WHICH WAY PHOTO CHALLENGE.
I believe that waterways is a road, that marina is a parking lot and that there are more ways of getting up or down than stairs, elevators, etc.
So here are my photos:
In November we visited the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan and enjoyed its exhibition of Henri Matisse’s works.
If you are interested in this exhibition just click HERE and you’ll get more than you expect.
In particular, you can see his famous and rather simple work “The Sails (Les Voiles)”.
I looked at it and thought: “There are so many challenges on WordPress each week. Which way, minimalist, new, yellow, warmth, etc.Write 6 words, 100 words, 5 sentences, 500 words. Challenges, challenges! Surely, it’s not easy to take part in these challenges in New York. It will be better in Hollywood, Florida.”
It looks like I was right.
Please take a look at my new pictures below.
What do you think? What do you like?
The first picture shows the view of the bridge above an expressway from the Flushing Meadow park. It’s not a landmark but you can choose direction and the bridge has enough lines and angles (fences, net, stairs).
The second photo shot on the bridge through the pedestrians’ safety net. It shows many ways, signs, many lines and angles (traffic lines, towers, construction cranes, etc) and landmarks in the park (towers, other structures).
Yesterday Cee started #17 “Which Way” photo challenge.
This time I read again what is acceptable for the challenge and decided to show as many elements Cee described.as possible in three photos of the Rego Center in Queens. All shots made early in the morning as I wanted to show beautiful lights in the Center.