Photo for the Week – 61 – Canals and Inland Waterways


Firstly my sincerest apologies for not doing the challenges last week, but hubby was home due to them shutting down sites, so we decided to do a bit of DIY.  Anyway, he’s still home but hopefully back to normal.

Thank you for your submissions for the last challenge called – Open.  WOW, such beautiful images depicting open.    Thank you all.  This week the topic is called Canals and Inland Waterways.

So for my entry, to this week’s challenge, I’ve decided to use a photograph of the Thames and Medway Canal photographed at Gravesend.

 

Thames and Medway Canal at Gravesend in Kent.

 

I look forward to seeing your images for this week’s challenge.


Last Challenge Entries

Many things are open – bushboys world
Studio Tionghan – Open Photo For the Week 60
open vintage suitcase – ‘lil bit of everything
Photo for the Week :OPEN | A Day In The Life
Daily Musings – Photo For the Week Open
Photo for the Week – 60 – Open | nowathome
What’s beyond it ? – Une photo, un poème
RyanPhotography-WeeklyPC-60-Open – WoollyMuses
Gate to Adventure | Heaven’s Sunshine


Wanna Join In On This Monday Challenge…

It’s simple, create a post using PFTW # (# being the number for the week) and use the PFTW and Photo For the Week tags. Pingbacks are enabled, however, if you have trouble creating a pingback simply paste the link to your post in the comments section below. Happy Monday everyone. Have a good week xx

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