Photo for the Week – 68 – Facade


I hope everyone is OK and keeping safe in these worrying times.

Thank you for your submissions for the last challenge called – Circular, WOW, such beautiful images depicting the colour green.    Thank you all.  This week the topic is called Facade.

noun

1. Architecture.

  1. the front of a building, especially an imposing or decorative one.
  2. any side of a building facing a public way or space and finished accordingly.
2. a superficial appearance or illusion of something:

And I’ve been lucky in this picture that the better half (or so he says) is working on this new building.   And he tells me that the finish of this building is actually finished concrete.

The new Paul Marshall Building  for the LSE in Holborn

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


Last Week’s Entries

Bolsover Castle – Une photo, un poème
Photo for the Week – 67- Circular | nowathome
PFTW – 67 – circular
RyanPhotography-WeeklyPC-67-Circular – WoollyMuses
Photo for the Week-67-Circular | Photography That Matters
The Beauty of a Faded Lily – Zebra’s Child
PHOTO FOR THE WEEK – 67 – CIRCULAR – caryl beach
Photo for the Week #67 – Circular – Cee’s Photo Challenges
Spiny Balloons | Heaven’s Sunshine
Circular reflections in Rome – Travel with Intent
Circular | Nut House Central
Circular – Philosophy Through Photography
Holy stone – Photo for the Week – 67 – CIRCULAR | Pictures without film.
Flower Plates
At Caesars Palace, Las Vegas… – Heart to Heart

 


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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