Photo for the Week – 69 – Waves

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

Thank you for your submissions for the last challenge called – Facade. WOW what a great set of entries for last week’s challenge. The subject this week is Waves.

Photographed at Folkestone in Kent.

Photographed at Folkestone in Kent.

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

Last Week’s Entries

Behind the facade – bushboys world
Photo for the Week – 68-Facade | nowathome
Our Friendly Facade | Light Words 
Photo for the Week–68–Facade | Photography That Matters
photo for the week 68 facade – photo roberts blog
Decorated Facade — PFTW #68 – Photos by Jez
Upside Down House
An impressive facade – Une photo, un poème
RyanPhotography-WeeklyPC-68-Facade – WoollyMuses  
Wide – Photo for the Week – 68 – Facade – Pictures without film.  
Saving a splendid facade in Valencia – Travel with Intent
FACADE – Philosophy Through Photography   

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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12 responses to “Photo for the Week – 69 – Waves”

  1. […] This is part of Brashley’s Photo for the Week Challenge. […]

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    1. Beautiful.. I love the black and one image. Ripples are mini waves 😀 xx Thank you for joining in xx


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