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Travel Photo Roulette #111, Theme: Repeating Shapes

And the winner is:

Carole from Travels with Carole. Everything in this somber photo lends to the tone of the ancient graveyard. Its monochromatic overall look, including the deftly placed gray olive trees in the foreground, make me feel the respect this final resting place deserves. As for the repeating shapes, they are a swirling mass of organized chaos, flowing perfectly up the hill. The day’s lighting highlights the myriad angles of the all-the-same-color stones. The photographic angle is very well thought out, too, giving a sense of the magnitude of of the place, instead of focusing on one or two graves. There is no saturation of colors here, (which is so prevalent these days), but none is needed. To saturate the colors for beauty’s sake would have ruined the photo.

PR 111 Carole

Honorable Mention: Katie from Around the World in KT Days.

Her fun and colorful hanging incense coils evoke a smile. They’re exotic. They’re cartoonish, They reveal the lengths to which humans will go to worship their gods. The fact that Katie cropped this nicely-composed photo into a square is a perfect compliment to the subject matter. And the mystery is this: How the heck did you get up to the ceiling to take the photo?

Note: I wrestled for the last three days over which of these would be the winner. I even considered making it a tie, but then thought better of it. Imagine two completely different threads of Travel Photo Roulette that would result from two winners! — and I’m not the one to make that kind of decision. But I really wanted to call this a draw. Both are really exceptional photos.

PR 111 Katie

 

 

Micki & Charles, aka The Barefoot Nomad chose my DOOR photo as the winner of last month’s competition of Travel Photo Roulette. Thanks!

Sweet, inviting door of our B&B in Bergen, Norway.

Sweet, inviting door of our B&B in Bergen, Norway.

So what is Travel Photo Roulette? It is a friendly competition in which entrant’s travel photography revolves around a single topic, set by the last winner. The idea was born from Jeremy of Living The Dream back in November 2010. Jeremy chose the topic “Animals” to kick things off and there were 12 entries. He won Travel Photo Roulette 3 more times since then, and the 110 topics have covered the world and back, with every concept, happening, or way to be. So the topic for round #111 is:

Repeating Shapes

Here are some photos for clarity and inspiration:

Present repeating architectural shapes

Present repeating architectural shapes

Or reflected man-made repeating shapes

Or reflected man-made repeating shapes

Or the meticulous and precise repetition of shapes in nature.

Or the meticulous and precise repetition of shapes in nature.

The random repeating shapes of grasses.

The random repeating shapes of grasses.

I’m looking forward to seeing all the repeating shapes you can find in your photo libraries!

The nuts and bolts of Travel Photo Roulette, complete with a list of all the past winners:

The Contest

The contest is pretty straightforward. The winner of the previous round chooses a new theme and hosts the competition on their blog, inviting others to share their photos over the course of a week or two. As the end of the contest period, the host selects a winner and the process repeats itself.

The Rules

1. One submission per blog please, so sites that have 2+ authors only get one entry.
2. You will need a personal blog or website to participate (so you can host if you win!)
3. Post processing, cropping, correcting for red eyes and other flaws is fine.
4. Abstract submissions are welcome. But if you want to win, it’s probably best that the judge understands your interpretation
5. Hosts should keep themes general so all bloggers can participate. Avoid specifics like ‘Eiffel Tower’; instead choose a more open theme, like ‘monuments’ or ‘monuments at night’
6. Abstract themes can be fun, as long as everyone can understand. ‘Overlooking creation’ is good, ‘Kafkaesque’ is not
7. No obscene photos or themes allowed. Suggestive themes and photography might be accepted, but be careful. Remember, the host is all-powerful
8. Themes may be reused after a period of time; however new photos must be submitted. Keep it fresh!
9. You do not have to take the photo within the week of the contest period to submit it.
10. Most important: ALL PHOTOS MUST BE YOUR OWN.
11. Please spread the word about Travel Photo Roulette via Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and any other means you can think of and use the hashtag #PhotoRoulette
12. It’s a game, so have fun with it.

How to Enter

To enter, simply leave a comment below with a link to your photo and it will be added to the post. A brief description of the picture is always welcome to provide some background and context. Also, please don’t forget to include your name, a link to your blog, and any pertinent social media information so everyone can come see what you’re all about (and so we can contact the winner!).
The contest will run until Saturday, September 12th, 2015 at midnight EST, after which time we will select the winner. We’ll share the results right in this post.

Spread the Word

Tweet about this contest using the hashtag #PhotoRoulette and feel free to share this page with your friends on social media – the more the merrier! We love seeing your comments so please don’t be bashful about sharing your opinions.

Previous Winners

Finally, here are the past winners of the contest – as you can see, it’s been running for a while! Click on the link to take you to some great travel blogs and wonderful themed photos.

  1. Nov 2010 Living the Dream: Animals
  2. Nov 2010 Skinny Backpacker: Road Signs
  3. Nov 2010 Dream a Little Dream: Street Art
  4. Dec 2010 Flashpacker HQ: Festival
  5. Dec 2010 Over Yonderlust: Landmarks
  6. Dec 2010 Don’t Ever Look Back: Beaches
  7. Jan 2011 ThePlanetD: Portraits
  8. Jan 2011 Travel with a Mate: Motion
  9. Jan 2011 Johnny Vagabond: Water
  10. Feb 2011 Ken Kaminesky: Urban
  11. Feb 2011 Travels of Adam: Friday Night
  12. Mar 2011 Itchy Feet Chronicles: The Journey
  13. Mar 2011 Brendan’s Adventures: Changing Seasons
  14. April 2011 Shutterfeet: Storytelling
  15. April 2011 10 Times One: Piousness
  16. April 2011 Beached Eskimo: Learning
  17. May 2011 Travel Junkies: Architecture
  18. June 2011 Destination World [-404-]: Transportation
  19. June 2011 Living the Dream: Paradise
  20. June 2011 Vagabond Quest: Clothes
  21. July 2011 The Unframed World: Symmetry
  22. July 2011 Beached Eskimo: Home
  23. July 2011 BackPackerBanter: Inspiration
  24. Aug 2011 WanderingTrader: Darkness
  25. Aug 2011 Finding the Universe: Tranquillity
  26. Sep 2011 Fearful Adventurer: Food
  27. Sep 2011 Adventures of a GoodMan: City
  28. Oct 2011 Globe-Trekking.com: Reflection
  29. Oct 2011 Scene With A Hart: Framing
  30. Nov 2011 Vagabond Quest: Silhouettes
  31. Nov 2011 Hecktic Travels: Music
  32. Dec 2011 Globetrotter Girls: Love
  33. Dec 2011 Man on the lam: Humor
  34. Jan 2012 My Walkabout: Winter
  35. Jan 2012 The Art of Slow Travel: Blue
  36. Feb 2012 Ten times One: Depth of the Field
  37. Feb 2012 Runaway Juno: … Digital Nomad Moment
  38. Mar 2012 Nomadbiba: Sunshine
  39. Mar 2012 Travel With Kat: Local Character
  40. April 2012 The Travel Bunny: Street Scene
  41. April 2012 Adventure Crow [-404-]: Spirit of the Country
  42. May 2012 Food Travel Bliss [-404-]: Evening
  43. May 2012 Matt Gibson: Adventure
  44. May 2012 Flashpacker HQ: Once In A Lifetime
  45. July 2012 Dusty Main: Surreal
  46. Aug 2012 2away: Smile
    1. Aug 2012 Bridges & Balloons: Splendour…
    2. Sep 2012 The GypsyNester: What the ?!
    3. Oct 2012 Runaway Juno: Sweet
    4. Nov 2012 GQ Trippin: Play
    5. Nov 2012 Life’s Little Victories: Friendship
    6. Dec 2012 Breakaway Backpacker: Face
    7. Jan 2013 Fly, Icarus, Fly: Serendipity
    8. Feb 2013 Travel Transmissions: Lost in Thought
    9. Feb 2013 Wanderlusters: The Natural World
    10. Mar 2013 Travel Junkies: Patterns
    11. April 2013 Living the Dream: Your First Time
    12. May 2013 Getting Stamped: The Sun Goes Down
    13. June 2013 The GypsyNester: Cheesy Tourist Diversions
    14. June 2013 Boomeresque: Revolution
    15. July 2013 Breakaway Backpacker: Colorful
    16. Aug 2013 Around This World: Mountains
    17. Aug 2013 Passports & Pamplemousse Hands at Work
    18. Sep 2013 TurtlesTravel Dance
    19. Sep 2013 Keep calm and travel The Sea
    20. Sep 2013 Travel Photo Discovery: The Market
    21. Oct 2013 Am I Nearly There Yet?: Travel Fails
    22. Oct 2013 The GypsyNester: Weird Regional Foods
    23. Nov 2013 Sophie’s World: Trees
    24. Nov 2013 SHOuTography: Party
    25. Dec 2013 Adventures of a Goodman: Ruin
    26. Dec 2013 Have Blog Will Travel: Light
    27. Jan 2014 This World Rocks: Crowds
    28. Jan 2014 Travel Past 50: Competition
    29. Feb 2014 The Working Traveller: Working
    30. Mar 2014 Travels with Carole: Umbrellas
    31. April 2014 Independent Travel Help Quirky
    32. April 2014 Quit Job Travel World Statues
    33. May 2014 Nomad is Beautiful People Sleeping
    34. May 2014 Backpack Me: Mouthwatering
    35. June 2014 20 Years Hence: The Face of A Nation
    36. July 2014 Two for the Road: Into the Wild
    37. July 2014 TurtlesTravel: Summer!
    38. Aug 2014 Adventures Around Asia: Candid
    39. Aug 2014 Travel with Kevin and Ruth: Hiking
    40. Sept 2014 Till The Money Runs Out: Transport
    41. Sept 2014 The Crowded Planet: Wild World
    42. Sept 2014 ZigZag On Earth: The 4 Elements
    43. Oct 2014 Travel Addicts: Heritage
    44. Oct 2014 Living the Dream: Your Grand Adventure
    45. Oct 2014 Getting Stamped: Inspire
    46. Nov 2014 Flashpacker HQ: Viewpoint

The winners and themes in 2015. Click the link to go directly to that entry to see some fab photographs.

    1. Jan 2015 Adventures of a GoodMan: WOW!
    2. Jan 2015 ZigZag On Earth: Roads and Tracks
    3. Feb 2015 Where’s The Gos?: Street Art
    4. Mar 2015 Ice Cream and Perma Frost: Frozen
    5. Mar 2015 Journey Jottings: Detail
    6. April 2015 House Sitting Travel: What’s your Angle?
    7. April 2015 JetWayz: Spiritual Beauty
    8. April 2015 The Trading Travelers: Celebrate
    9. May 2015 Street Food World Tour: Epic
    10. May 2015 Next Stop Who Knows: Landscape
    11. May 2015 We Travel Together: Wildlife
    12. May 2015 Vagabond Way: Festival
    13. June 2015 Travel Addicts: Landmarks
    14. June 2015 TravelnLass: Wrinkles
    15. July 2015 Anita’s Feast: Food Markets
    16. July 2015 Dare2Go: Dry
    17. August 2015 Travel Past 50: Home
    18. August 2015 Barefoot Nomad: DOOR

 

#1. Juergen from dare2go.com

He says: “But somehow I feel like I shouldn’t reveal what it’s showing – let the visitors to your site have a guess! If you look closely on the right of the picture it becomes clearer. Something ordinary, used every day, and often trashed way too early.”

PR 111 Juergen

 

#2. Carole from Travels with Carole

She says: “This stark scene is of ancient gravesites on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem.”

PR 111 Carole

 

#3. Lance from Travel Addicts

He says: “I’ve always been drawn to the repetitive patterns of Islamic and Moorish tile works and carvings. We found this carving at the Alhambra in Granada, Spain.”

PR 111 Lance

 

#4. Joe from joeography (editor’s note: Love the clever site name!)

He says: “It’s back when I was in Kyoto, Japan. Not sure how to describe/caption it, but it’s near the Golden Pavilion and the Bamboo Gardens.”

PR 111 Joe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#5. Stuart & Alison from Traveling with Stuali

They say: “Tiles inside Alhambra, Spain.”

Tiles inside Alhambra Granada Spain

 

#6. Anne from Let me Be Free

She says: “The wildflowers in Western Australia.”

PR 111 Aussie

 

#7. Noel from Travel Photo Discovery

He says: “I’m submitting this image of the Hall of Mirrors in the fabulous Palazzo Reale in Genoa, part of a Unesco site covering an entire street in the historic area of the city.”

 

#8. Leyla from  Women-on-the-Road

She says: “Ottoman fashion! Repetitive and stylish.”

PR 111 Leyla

 

#9. Emily from Nibble Sip Wander

She says: “My repetitive theme photograph shows a gate behind which lies life-size carved figurines and beautiful frescoes depicting the life of St. Francis of Assisi at the beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site, Sacro Monte di Orta.”

PR 111 Emily

 

#10. Katie from Around the World in KT Days, (editor’s note: Another really cool site name!)

She says: “My photo is of the incense coils in the Man Mo Temple in Hong Kong. These coils line the ceiling creating a smoky, but interesting design.”

PR 111 Katie

 

#11. Billie from Santa Fe Travelers

She says: “It’s rainbow prisms done by glass artist Charles Ross. They’re at the Dwan Light Sanctuary in Las Vegas, NM.”

PR 111 Billie

 

#12. Suzanne from Boomeresque

She says: “I’ve decided to have the temerity to use a photo of one of my Zentangle Inspired Art compositions. Each 3.5 x 3.5 inch square was done separately. Zentangle is all about relaxing by drawing structured patterns.”

PR 111 Suzanne
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#13. Jane from My Five Acres

She says: “For repeating patterns, I’m submitting this picture of a fence in Vancouver’s East Side, with the landmark East Van sign at the end.”

PR 111 noname

 

#14. Rachel from Rachel Heller

She says: “The one I’m adding is a roof detail from the palace in Suwon, South Korea.”

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35 Responses to “Travel Photo Roulette #111, Theme: Repeating Shapes”

  1. Congratulations for winning the last round! I would have picked your photo too.

    I think for your theme I have just the photo: http://dare2gocom.tumblr.com/post/128302108436/i-took-this-photo-quite-a-few-years-ago-in-turkey
    But somehow I feel like I shouldn’t reveal what it’s showing – let the visitors to your site have a guess! If you look closely on the right of the picture it becomes clearer. Something ordinary, used every day, and often trashed way too early.

    I will later reveal the correct answer in a follow-up comment 😉
    Juergen | dare2go.com recently posted..Valparaiso’s amazing StreetArt on this self-guided walkMy Profile

    September 3, 2015 at 9:54 pm Reply
    • Hi Juergen,
      Thanks for your sweet compliment!
      I have always loved — and been drawn to — grids. What I like about yours is that it is not perfect, with some crookedy lines and randomly thrown in alternate shapes. Well done, my friend!
      Josie

      September 5, 2015 at 6:59 pm Reply
      • I better reveal what the picture shows and where it was taken:

        In Iznik, in Turkey, we came past this small yard where they produced wooden trays and boxes, the ones to transport produce from farms to shops and markets. I wouldn’t call it a factory, the production was way too small and improvised.
        This was one of the several stock piles of finished crates, out in the yard. This pile was much larger. At one end a truck was just being loaded with a good number of them.
        I was intrigued be the repetition, broken up by obvious imperfections of individual crates.
        Juergen | dare2go.com recently posted..18 Unusual Roadside Shrines in South AmericaMy Profile

        September 6, 2015 at 11:13 am Reply
        • Thanks Juergen!
          Love the story of the little production place. They are the good stuff of travel, reveling the inner workings of its people.
          Josie

          September 6, 2015 at 1:40 pm Reply
  2. http://berkeleyandbeyond.com/jerusalem.jpg

    This stark scene is of ancient gravesites on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem.

    September 3, 2015 at 10:20 pm Reply
    • Hi Carole,
      This photo is so lovely — monochromatic and random — yet repetitive shapes all. Thanks for this one!
      Josie

      September 5, 2015 at 7:01 pm Reply
  3. I’ve always been drawn to the repetitive patterns of Islamic and Moorish tile works and carvings. We found this carving at the Alhambra in Granada, Spain:
    http://traveladdictsnet.c.presscdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/Alhambra-in-Granada-Spain-carvings-2.jpg
    Lance recently posted..Beachfront Comfort at The Sand Pebbles InnMy Profile

    September 3, 2015 at 10:47 pm Reply
    • Hi Lance,
      While at The Alhambra, I too could not resist the many pics of the ornate carvings, but did not go so close-up as you. It’s such a lovely study in geometry and creativity. Awesome!
      Josie

      September 5, 2015 at 7:04 pm Reply
  4. Hi guys,

    Here is the link to my picture. I have it in my wordpress library. You should be able to see it. It’s back when I was in Kyoto, Japan. Not sure how to describe/caption it, but it’s near the Golden Pavilion and the Bamboo Gardens.

    http://www.joeography.co/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/image.jpg

    Here is my social media info

    FB: Joeography

    IG: Joeography

    Twitter: @Joeography

    Email is info@joeography.co
    Joe Ankenbauer recently posted..Heal The Bay: Coastal Cleanup Day 2015My Profile

    September 4, 2015 at 12:00 am Reply
    • Hi Joe,
      This is what I love about world travel, (outside the U.S., in my case), where we experience the most gorgeous craftsmanship on the simplest of things. In your case, a roof. To make the end tiles so ornate, spending a great deal of time to achieve this long-lasting work of art. Just amazing.
      Josie

      September 5, 2015 at 7:07 pm Reply
    • Hi Stuart and Alison,
      The close-up here includes color and a bolder look. You were well to include a small portion, as the image is stronger that way. Nothing like that place! Thanks for your submission!
      Josie

      September 5, 2015 at 7:10 pm Reply
  5. The wildflowers in Western Australia
    https://letmebefreeblog.files.wordpress.com/2015/08/carnamah-236.jpg

    September 4, 2015 at 9:07 am Reply
    • Hi Anne,
      Your photographic talent shines through in this simple, elegant photo. Beautiful!
      Josie

      September 5, 2015 at 7:11 pm Reply
  6. Fantastic challenge. I’m submitting this image of the Hall of Mirrors in the fabulous Palazzo Reale in Genoa, part of a Unesco site covering an entire street in the historic area of the city. Details and image of the Mirror hall are in the post below of the palazzo.

    http://travelphotodiscovery.com/genoas-unesco-world-heritage-sites/
    noel recently posted..A visit to Knossos in CreteMy Profile

    September 4, 2015 at 12:12 pm Reply
    • Hi Noel,
      This has to be one of my favorites of yours Noel! It pulls you in to look for what’s really going on. And the elaborateness — it’s over-the-top. Thanks!
      Josie

      September 5, 2015 at 7:13 pm Reply
  7. My repetitive theme photograph shows a gate behind which lies life-size carved figurines and beautiful frescoes depicting the life of St. Francis of Assisi at the beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site, Sacro Monte di Orta.

    (I’m linking to the image in my wordpress media library, please let me know if it doesn’t work)
    http://nibblesipwander.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/IMG_4026.jpg

    Thanks!
    Emily recently posted..A Weekend in TuscanyMy Profile

    September 4, 2015 at 1:26 pm Reply
    • Hi Emily,
      This is a surreal peek into a yard of ancient art. It feels slightly forbidden, but no doubt wonderfully beautiful. Thanks for this amazing pic.
      Josie

      September 5, 2015 at 7:15 pm Reply
  8. Hi Josie, I’ve sent you my photo via email since I’m not sure how to link to it!

    The photo? Ottoman fashion! Repetitive and stylish.

    Here’s my social media information.
    fB, Twitter and Pinterest: @womenontheroad
    Instagram: @womenontheroadpix

    Thank you!
    Leyla Giray Alyanak recently posted..My Accidental Dinner Date with RoyaltyMy Profile

    September 4, 2015 at 3:16 pm Reply
    • Hi Leyla,
      What fun! Love your interpretation of Repeating Shapes. Thanks!
      Josie

      September 5, 2015 at 7:17 pm Reply
  9. Love this challenge, glad I discovered it! My photo is of the incense coils in the Man Mo Temple in Hong Kong. These coils line the ceiling creating a smoky, but interesting design. Perfect for a repeating shapes photo challenge!

    http://aroundtheworldinktdays.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Hong-Kong-1.jpg

    September 5, 2015 at 7:41 pm Reply
    • Hi Katie and welcome!
      Your colorful and exotic photo is a lovely example of repeating shapes. I’m glad you found the competition, too!
      Josie

      September 5, 2015 at 8:10 pm Reply
  10. We just shot the perfect photo for this a little over a week ago- it’s rainbow prisms. Will send it to you.
    santafetravelers recently posted..Diverse dining at Las Vegas New Mexico restaurantsMy Profile

    September 5, 2015 at 8:15 pm Reply
    • Hi Billie,
      This artwork adds an uber-contemporary element to my Repeating Shapes Travel Photo Roulette. Thanks so much for entering!
      Josie

      September 6, 2015 at 5:54 am Reply
  11. I’ve decided to have the temerity to use a photo of one of my Zentangle Inspired Art compositions. Each 3.5 x 3.5 inch square was done separately. Zentangle is all about relaxing by drawing structured patterns. I’ve tried to explain it in a blog post: http://www.boomeresque.com/what-is-zentangle-and-is-it-habit-forming/ (Josie, feel free not to include the link to my Zentangle blog post!)

    Here’s the link to my photo
    http://www.boomeresque.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/906080_864907666925811_5857322938450947962_o-e1435004734466.jpg
    Suzanne Fluhr recently posted..Philadelphia Phreak Out – Popeapocalypse NowMy Profile

    September 6, 2015 at 11:44 pm Reply
    • Hi Suzanne,
      Repeating Shapes it is! Looks like a lot of fun, my friend. Thanks for what has to be the most unusual submission to Photo Roulette yet! Let your temerity flag fly!
      Regards,
      Josie

      September 7, 2015 at 10:54 am Reply
  12. Congrats on your win. I just found out about #photoroulette today. What a fun game!

    For repeating patterns, I’m submitting this picture of a fence in Vancouver’s East Side, with the landmark East Van sign at the end.

    http://www.myfiveacres.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Canada-Vancouver7-11.jpg

    Hope you all like it.

    J
    Jane M recently posted..Getting Merry on the Ultimate Vancouver Craft Beer Bike TourMy Profile

    September 7, 2015 at 5:22 pm Reply
    • Hi Jane and welcome!
      It’s a pleasure to meet a new well-traveled lover of the world. I just checked out your site and enjoy your outlook, with the “my 5 acres” premise that if the planet’s area was divided amongst us all, we’d each have 5 acres to grow food and live.
      Now, on to your photo: The crisp and colorful contrast here is a jolt to the eyes, but then you have this undulating fence-top line, softening the effect. Highly graphic and stunning! I’m glad you found Photo Roulette, too!
      Josie

      September 8, 2015 at 7:53 am Reply
  13. Wow, these are all great pictures. The one I’m adding is a roof detail from the palace in Suwon, South Korea. Here’s its address on pinterest:
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/266979084137419432/
    Thank you for hosting!
    Rachel recently posted..Mr. Toilet House? A Toilet Museum!My Profile

    September 12, 2015 at 5:09 pm Reply
    • Hi Rachel,
      What a sweet photo of loving craftsmanship. You got this in just in the nick of time and I thank you!
      Regards,
      Josie

      September 12, 2015 at 9:19 pm Reply
  14. I really liked your thoughtful commentary on the winning images that you selected, in fact just in general.
    Carole Terwilliger Meyers recently posted..Sights to See: Bridge at Q’eswachaka, near Cuzco, PeruMy Profile

    September 16, 2015 at 12:16 pm Reply
    • Hi Carole,
      Awwww, thanks, my friend!

      ~Josie

      September 16, 2015 at 5:18 pm Reply
    • Congratulations. I look forward to seeing what theme you choose.

      September 22, 2015 at 6:30 pm Reply

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    […] Carole Terwilliger Meyers’ intriguing photo of gravesites in Jerusalem was selected as the winner in a contest among travel bloggers (The House Sitting Travel Blog). The focus was on repeating shapes, and you can view her photo along with the other interesting entries at http://www.housesittingtravel.com/travel-photo-roulette-111-theme-repeating-shapes/ […]

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