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What’s Your Angle? Travel Photo Roulette #98

AND THE WINNER IS . . . 

Photo roulette jetwayz

Carrie’s stunning photo from Morocco, was taken from the gull’s angle. I appreciate the photographic excellence it took to achieve the simple elegance, too. Bright light usually blacks-out everything else in the frame, but the gull’s details here are fully there, including the smug look and his beady eye.

It was a hard decision to choose which of these great pics was my favorite. I really love all your angles!

 

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In this #98 round of the fun and popular photography contest called Photo Roulette, I am asking you  the question “What’s Your Angle?”

 

As the winner of the last round hosted by Linda at Journey Jottings , it is my privilege to host this new round — #98! The topic “What’s Your Angle?” asks you to present angles in the subject matter, as with the example above, or the angle from which the photo is taken. In the example below, the camera is on the ground to get the shot.

Howard Tunnel

Easy, huh? “What’s Your Angle?” can be interpreted any way you wish. Perhaps it’s something like this: “My angle in the Turkish carpet store was to get this sales guy to the lowest price,” or “I angled my way through tight spots in the cave to get this shot of the underground lake.”

C’mon all you photographers, show us your angle!

 

By the way, here’s my winning photo from #97 Photo Roulette, theme “It’s All in the Detail.”

Reflections in October

 

Okay, here are the nuts and bolts of Photo Roulette:

Travel Photo Roulette Rules/Guidelines

  1. One submission per blog, ie: sites with 2+ authors get one entry through CLOSED
  2. Post processing is fine in this round.
  3. Abstract submissions are interesting – As long as I can comprehend the connection.
  4. Keep your images medium-sized: 800 pixels wide is good.
  5. If you win, you will host the next round (runs for 7 days) and so choose the next theme – Remember to keep phrases general so all bloggers can participate. Specific items like “Eiffel Tower” should be avoided for open-ended topics like “monuments”, or for a little more focus try “monuments at night”. Phrases can be generic ‘signs’, or abstract ‘religion’ – Themes can be repeated after a year.
  6. Keep it PG-13 – or at least safe for work
  7. New photos, or old photos from your archives are fine, as long as not previously entered in a TPR round.
  8. ALL PHOTOS MUST BE YOUR OWN
  9. Since this is a competition for travel and photography bloggers, you must have a travel/photography blog to enter. Sorry!
  10. And last but not the least, talk about Photo Roulette! and spread the word on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google +, Stumbleupon…
    Its way too good to keep to ourselves! Oh, and don’t forget to use the hashtag #PhotoRoulette.

How to Submit a Photo

Just leave a comment with a link to your image below!
And give us the answer to “What’s Your Angle?”
If you have a post that elaborates leave that link too so I can include it.

I’ll be adding the submitted pictures into this post throughout the week, so please check back to see them all and tell me which you think has an interesting angle. Good Luck!

 

1. Entry from Juergen at Dare2Go submitted his angle:

Photo roulette Jeurgen

Juergen’s description:

I took this photo to highlight how rapidly new development in Santiago de Chile is encroaching on housing estates, which themselves aren’t really that old. I had to kneel down on a busy side road to get the ‘angle’ semi-right; at the time I had wished for a wider lens.

 

2. Brent from BrentsFavoritePhotos submitted his angle:

Photo Roulette Sunset (16)_edited-1Brent’s description:

I am using the theme of angles to address both the angle of the sun and the angle we shoot. I spent this evening on the Oceanside beach shooting a beautiful sunset when I decided to look for a different angle. I turned away from the sunset and and saw the angle of the sun caused a beautiful pink reflection off the waves surrounding the pier.

 

3. Shane from The-working-traveller shared this angle:

photo roulette Shane

Shane’s description:

Most of my decent photos are happy accidents: the scene itself did the hard work in making the picture stand out. On this occasion I realized quickly that if someone were to walk along the top of the sea wall in Kas, Turkey, it would make a great angle for a shot. All I had to do was wait.

 

4. Carole from Travels with Carole presents this angle:

Photo roulette Carole mendocino-water-towers

Carole’s description:

Though I’ve been there countless times, Mendocino always intrigues me. I especially love the water towers. In the late 19th century, it was known as “The Town of the Water Towers.” Today, some of these picturesque wooden towers have been converted into lodgings, and the town is better known for its unique shops and art galleries.

 

 

5. Linda from Journey Jottings angled this way:

Photo roulette Linda Wine-Time

Linda’s description:

Coming from down under, I was amused when about to take a sip of wine in Scotland that my drink seemed to want to reflect ‘home’ in Australia – from an upside-down angle!

 

6. Betsy from Passing Thru offered this angle:

Photo roulette Betsy

Betsy’s description:

I took this photo in a lovely little restaurant in downtown Toowoomba, Queensland. The lighting was intimate and I was shocked that the iPhone made things look so rich and classy. :)

 

 

7. Lance from Travel Addicts presents this angle:

Photo roulette Lance

Lance’s description:

An angle is also a lens though which we view events. For me, the difficult period of The Troubles in Northern Ireland brings that home. Both sides of the conflict created moving murals to influence others and memorialize their positions.

 

8. Adam from Getting Stamped offers this angle:

Photo roulette getting stamped Tour-of-the-Taj-21

Adam’s description:

I stuck around late in the evening to get a clear shot of the Taj and waited until they turned off the fountains to get this reflection shot. I framed the shot so the pond’s geometry and angles fit perfectly into the corners of my frame leading the eye directly to the Taj. On my knees with other tourists nearly pushing me into the pond, all to maximize the size and symmetry of the reflections. I guess it was all worth it, the Taj is amazing.

 

9.  Carrie from Jetwayz offers this angle:

Photo roulette jetwayz

Carrie’s description:

For my ANGLE, I took this one at foot level of one the many gulls that circle the shores of Essaouira, Morocco during one of the city’s nightly bright yellow sunsets.

 

10. Hannah of Street Food World Tour presented this angle:

Photo roulette street foodHannah’s description:

Staring up at the beautiful architecture of the Hassan II mosque in Casablanca is my best angle shot I could think of! I just loved the massive doors and intricate tile work of the buildings here.

11. Tom from Travel Past 50 offers this angle:

photo roulette tom bartelTom’s description:

Viewed from a certain angle, the Dentsu Building in the Shiodome section of Tokyo looks completely one dimensional–like a knife thrust into the sky.

I’d already put away my big Nikon in my backpack as we were about to get onto the Metro for the ride back to the hotel. I usually keep my little Canon S110 in a case on my belt for when I want to be a little less obtrusive…or when I’m too lazy to go back into the backpack. So, a nice example of that the little Canon can do when not taxed too much. This image is actually cropped down to about 20 percent of the frame and it’s still pretty sharp. It was shot at ISO 200, f/8.0, 1/200. Very minimal processing in Lightroom, just using vibrance to darken the sky a hair.

 

12. Shelley from Tourist Site offers this angle:

Photo roulette Shelley

Shelley’s description:

My Angle submission comes from the Mezquita in Córdoba, Spain. The viewing angle is looking up, as it often is in such places, and the complexity of the angles in the construction is both beautiful and technologically advanced.

13. Noel from Travel Photo Discovery presents this angle:

Photoroulette Noel

Noel’s Description:

My favorite angle shot is this image of water and reflections and fall leaves. Taken in the fall time at Plitvice National Park in Croatia, the falls and fall color are stunning. But looking down, I was mesmerized by this pool of water and fallen leaves with reflections of trees and landscape. This is one of my favorite images of Plitvice National Park.

 

14.  Jess from Ice Cream and Permafrost offers this angle:

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Jess’s description:

My angle: looking up. Everyone loves to catch reflections on the side of Chicago’s Cloud Gate sculpture, better known as the Bean – but I think the view is even better from underneath, where the reflections turn into a crazy, infinite kaleidoscope.

 

And here is the list of the previous 97 contests. What an amazing bunch of pics there!

  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. Apr 2011 Shutterfeet Storytelling
  15. Apr 2011 10 Times One Piousness
  16. Apr 2011 Beached Eskimo Learning
  17. May 2011 Travel Junkies Architecture
  18. Jun 2011 Destination World Transportation
  19. Jun 2011 Living the Dream Paradise
  20. Jun 2011 Vagabond Quest Clothes
  21. Jul 2011 The Unframed World Symmetry
  22. Jul 2011 Beached Eskimo Home
  23. Jul 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. Not hosted anymore
  38. Mar 2012 Nomadbiba Sunshine
  39. Mar 2012 Travel With Kat Local Character
  40. Apr 2012 The Travel Bunny Street Scene
  41. Apr 2012 Adventure Crow Spirit of the Country
  42. May 2012 Food Travel Bliss Evening
  43. May 2012 Matt Gibson Adventure
  44. May 2012 Flashpacker HQ Once In A Lifetime
  45. Jul 2012 Skinny Backpacker Surreal
  46. Aug 2012 2away Smile
  47. Aug 2012 Bridges and Balloons Excellent Splendour of the Universe
  48. Sep 2012 The GypsyNester What the ?!
  49. Oct 2012 Runaway Juno Sweet
  50. Nov 2012 GQ Trippin Play
  51. Nov 2012 Life’s Little Victories Friendship
  52. Dec 2012 Breakaway Backpacker Face
  53. Jan 2013 Fly, Icarus, Fly Serendipity
  54. Feb 2013 Travel Transmissions Lost in Thought
  55. Feb 2013 Wanderlusters The Natural World
  56. Mar 2013 Travel Junkies Patterns
  57. Apr 2013 Living the Dream Your First Time
  58. May 2013 Getting Stamped The Sun Goes Down
  59. Jun 2013 The GypsyNester Cheesy Tourist Diversions
  60. Jun 2013 Boomeresque Revolution
  61. Jul 2013 Breakaway Backpacker Colorful
  62. Aug 2013 Around This World Mountains
  63. Aug 2013 Passports and Pamplemousse Hands at Work
  64. Sep 2013 TurtlesTravel Dance
  65. Sep 2013 Keep calm and travel The Sea
  66. Sep 2013 Travel Photo Discovery The Market
  67. Oct 2013 Am I Nearly There Yet? Travel Fails
  68. Oct 2013 The GypsyNester Weird Regional Foods
  69. Nov 2013 Sophie’s World Trees
  70. Nov 2013 SHOuTography Party
  71. Dec 2013 Adventures of a Goodman Ruin
  72. Dec 2013 Have Blog Will Travel Light
  73. Jan 2014 This World Rocks Crowds
  74. Jan 2014 Travel Past 50 Competition
  75. Feb 2014 The Working Traveller Working
  76. Mar 2014 Travels with Carole Umbrellas
  77. Apr 2014 Independent Travel Help Quirky
  78. Apr 2014 Quit Job Travel World Statues
  79. May 2014 Nomad is Beautiful People Sleeping
  80. May 2014 Backpack Me Mouthwatering
  81. Jun 2014 20 Years Hence The Face of A Nation
  82. Jul 2014 Two for the Road Into the Wild
  83. Jul 2014 TurtlesTravel Summer!
  84. Aug 2014 Adventures Around Asia Candid
  85. Aug 2014 Travel with Kevin and Ruth Hiking
  86. Sept 2014 Till The Money Runs Out Transport
  87. Sept 2014 The Crowded Planet Wild World
  88. Sept 2014 ZigZag On Earth The 4 Element
  89. Oct 2014 Travel Addicts Heritage
  90. Oct 2014 Living the Dream Your Grand Adventure
  91. Oct 2014 Getting Stamped Inspire
  92. Nov 2014 Flashpacker HQ Viewpoint
  93. Jan 2015 Adventures of a GoodMan WOW!
  94. Jan 2015  ZigZag On Earth Roads and Tracks
  95. Feb 2015 Where’s The Gos? Street Art
  96. Mar 2015 Ice Cream and Perma Frost Frozen
  97. Mar 2015 Journey Jottings Detail
  98.  April 2015 House Sitting Travel  What’s your Angle?

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42 Responses to “What’s Your Angle? Travel Photo Roulette #98”

  1. Most of my decent photos are happy accidents: the scene itself did the hard work in making the picture stand out. On this occasion I realised quickly that if someone were to walk along the top of the sea wall in Kas, Turkey, it would make a great angle for a shot. All I had to do was wait.

    I have to admit though it was the shade that drew me first to the wall: http://www.the-working-traveller.com/wp-content/uploads/TPRsub98Angle.jpg
    Shane recently posted..Work Online and Travel the WorldMy Profile

    March 27, 2015 at 12:39 pm Reply
    • Hi Shane,
      You had to wait for someone to walk along. Otherwise, this (admittedly) beautiful wall would have held no perspective. The woman walking across the top tells a complete story — Okay, now we know what goes on here.
      Thanks,
      Josie

      March 27, 2015 at 10:00 pm Reply
  2. Congratulations on your win in the last round.
    My submission for this round: I took this photo to highlight how rapidly new development in Santiago de Chile is encroaching on housing estates, which themselves aren’t really that old. I had to kneel down on a busy side road to get the ‘angle’ semi-right; at the time I had wished for a wider lens.

    If you can’t use the photo from our Facebook page please let me know and I email you a copy: https://www.facebook.com/Dare2go/photos/pb.510199499032085.-2207520000.1427475460./796906320361400/?type=3&theater
    Juergen | dare2go recently posted..Some of the Most Vibrant Mountain Scenery in ArgentinaMy Profile

    March 27, 2015 at 1:02 pm Reply
    • Hi Juergen,
      Ah, the kneeling angle as well as the sociology angle — I like it! I see the encroaching skyscraper just behind the older, more quaint buildings. A very good angle indeed. And even though you didn’t have that wider lens, your angle does give us the sense of the skyscraper looming large over everything in its sight.
      Thanks!
      Josie

      March 27, 2015 at 5:55 pm Reply
  3. http://brentsfavoritephotos.blogspot.com/2013/11/sunset-at-oceanside-pier.html

    I am using the theme of angles to address both the angle of the sun and the angle we shoot. I spent this evening on the Oceanside beach shooting a beautiful sunset when I decided to look for a different angle. I turned away from the sunset and and saw the angle of the sun caused a beautiful pink reflection off the waves surrounding the pier.

    March 27, 2015 at 2:02 pm Reply
    • Hi Brent,
      This dreamy soft vision would have been lost forever had you not changed your angle — to turn away from the sunset. Good on ya, man! I love the ambiance of this view, very muted, almost as if it were blowing sands across a desert instead of blurred waves on water. So different!
      Thanks!
      Josie

      March 27, 2015 at 6:00 pm Reply
  4. http://berkeleyandbeyond.com/mendocino-water-towers.jpg
    My angle is:
    Though I’ve been there countless times, Mendocino always intrigues me. I especially love the water towers. In the late 19th century, it was known as “The Town of the Water Towers.” Today, some of these picturesque wooden towers have been converted into lodgings, and the town is better known for its unique shops and art galleries.
    Carole Terwilliger Meyers recently posted..Travel Articles: Paradors of SpainMy Profile

    March 28, 2015 at 1:02 pm Reply
    • Hi Carole,
      Angles galore in this monochromatic beauty! And is that a painting of a woman I see in the upstairs window? Kinda spooky, kinda mysterious.
      Thanks!
      Josie

      March 28, 2015 at 2:08 pm Reply
  5. Coming from down under, I was amused when about to take a sip of wine in Scotland that my drink seemed to want to reflect ‘home’ in Australia – from an upside-down angle!
    http://140735925.r.worldcdn.net/wp/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Wine-Time.jpg
    Linda ~ Journey Jottings recently posted..It’s All in the Detail – Travel Photo Roulette *97My Profile

    March 28, 2015 at 9:15 pm Reply
    • Hi Linda,
      Haha, you did it up good with this one! This crispy-clear close up is loads of fun, and so appropriate for you — from Down Under!
      Thanks,
      Josie

      March 29, 2015 at 10:41 am Reply
  6. Hi Josie – Congratulations on your win! I took this photo in a lovely little restaurant in downtown Toowoomba, Queensland. The lighting was intimate and I was shocked that the iPhone made things look so rich and classy. :)
    http://passingthru.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/IMG_2601.jpg
    Betsy Wuebker | PassingThru recently posted..Litchfield National Park: Bush Bashing in the NTMy Profile

    March 30, 2015 at 12:16 am Reply
    • Hi Betsy,
      The iPhone pics are showing up everywhere — and I can’t tell the difference! Who woulda thunk! But good on ya for catching this angle with your phone. I hope you went on to have a fabulous meal at that classy place.
      Wishing safe and happy travels,
      Josie

      March 30, 2015 at 8:50 am Reply
  7. An angle is also a lens though which we view events. For me, the difficult period of The Troubles in Northern Ireland brings that home. Both sides of the conflict created moving murals to influence others and memorialize their positions.

    http://traveladdictsnet.c.presscdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Civil-Rights-mural-Derry-Northern-Ireland.jpg
    Lance recently posted..In The Footsteps of Cranach in GermanyMy Profile

    March 31, 2015 at 2:11 pm Reply
    • Hi Lance,
      Thank you for your smart and thoughtful social angle. This is one moving mural!
      I appreciate you!
      Josie

      March 31, 2015 at 10:09 pm Reply
  8. Congratulations on your win, great photo.
    Interesting subject, I’ll have to look through my photos and see if I have something worthy.
    A Cook Not Mad (Nat) recently posted..A martyr, a miracle and coregoneMy Profile

    March 31, 2015 at 8:00 pm Reply
    • Hey Nat and Tim,
      Thank you for your kind words.
      I’ve no doubt you have oodles of worthy pics, and I would be honored to post one for you.
      Josie

      March 31, 2015 at 10:13 pm Reply
  9. My submission: http://www.gettingstamped.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Tour-of-the-Taj-21.jpg

    I stuck around late in the evening to get a clear shot of the Taj and waited until they turned off the fountains to get this reflection shot. I framed the shot so the pond’s geometry and angles fit perfectly into the corners of my frame leading the eye directly to the Taj. On my knees with other tourists nearly pushing me into the pond, all to maximize the size and symmetry of the reflections. I guess it was all worth it, the Taj is amazing.
    Adam @ Getting Stamped recently posted..Girls Guide to Holi Festival in India or Color Run – 7 Important TipsMy Profile

    April 1, 2015 at 6:26 am Reply
    • Hey Adam and Hannah,
      I am greatly inspired by your past wins on Photo Roulette and love your crisp, clean style. This Taj image is a spectacular angle indeed — a perfect subject for symmetry, too.
      Thanks!
      Josie

      April 1, 2015 at 8:35 am Reply
  10. For my ANGLE, I took this one at foot level of one the many gulls that circle the shores of Essaouira, Morocco during one of the city’s nightly bright yellow sunsets.

    Photo: http://www.jetwayz.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Morocco-Gull.jpg
    Carrie @ Jetwayz recently posted..Must Visit Cities in CroatiaMy Profile

    April 1, 2015 at 6:43 am Reply
    • Hi Carrie,
      Getting down to the gull’s foot level made this photo what it is — pretty darn fantastic! Then throw in the hot yellow sun, Wow — just Wow!
      Thanks,
      Josie

      April 1, 2015 at 8:37 am Reply
  11. Staring up at the beautiful architecture of the Hassan II mosque in Casablanca is my best angle shot I could think of! I just loved the massive doors and intricate tile work of the buildings here. Congrats on the win!

    My “Angle”: http://www.streetfoodworldtour.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Casablanca-Mosque.jpg
    Street Food World Tour recently posted..Infamous Spanish Seafood Paella RecipeMy Profile

    April 1, 2015 at 6:55 am Reply
    • The looking-almost-straight-up angle is a really nice way to showcase this intricate building front. And then tilt it (angle it!) like you did — awesome!
      Thanks for this great entry to Photo Roulette!
      Josie

      April 1, 2015 at 8:43 am Reply
  12. Viewed from a certain angle, the Dentsu Building in the Shiodome section of Tokyo looks completely one dimensional–like a knife thrust into the sky. http://travelpast50.com/dentsu-building-tokyo-japan/

    http://travelpast50.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Dentsu-Building-Tokyo.jpg
    Tom Bartel recently posted..We’re Giving Up Traveling: Our Next VentureMy Profile

    April 1, 2015 at 11:50 am Reply
    • Hi Tom,
      I can’t even figure this out! I had to go Google it to wrap my brain around what was happening. Good angle!
      Thanks,
      Josie

      April 1, 2015 at 12:23 pm Reply
  13. Hi Josie,

    Congrats on your winning photo. It reminds me of a Monet painting.

    My Angle submission comes from the Mezquita in Córdoba, Spain. The viewing angle is looking up, as it often is in such places, and the complexity of the angles in the construction is both beautiful and technologically advanced.

    http://photos.touristsite.com/Spain/Cordoba-Spain/i-FZzq2J6/0/L/mezquita_TouristSite-L.jpg
    Shelley recently posted..Fulfilling a 40 year Camino de Santiago DreamMy Profile

    April 1, 2015 at 1:21 pm Reply
    • Hi Shelly,
      Thanks for your nice complement on my winning photo!
      The Mezquita certainly offers unlimited opportunities to catch angles! Thanks for this beautiful one.
      Josie

      April 1, 2015 at 1:36 pm Reply
  14. Loved these pictures from so many talented photographers. One of these days I’d love to take a class and then combine some of the skills with the patience and creativity to come up with something like the photos here!
    Anita @ No Particular Place To Go recently posted..“Long Time No See” and Island Hopping to the DRMy Profile

    April 2, 2015 at 1:57 pm Reply
  15. My favorite angle shot is this image of water and reflections and fall leaves http://travelphotodiscovery.com/fall-time-in-plitvice-lakes-national-park-part-2/ (3rd image from top). Taken in the fall time at Plitvice National Park in Croatia, the falls and fall color are stunning. But looking down, I was mesmerized by this pool of water and fallen leaves with reflections of trees and landscape. This is one of my favorite images of Plitvice National Park.
    noel recently posted..10 ways to take advantage of higher Dollar to the EuroMy Profile

    April 2, 2015 at 9:24 pm Reply
    • Hi Noel,
      I was hoping you’d weigh in here! Yes, I love how you feel like the reflection goes on forever, with way more depth than that of the water. Nicely done!
      Josie

      April 3, 2015 at 7:37 am Reply
  16. My angle: looking up. Everyone loves to catch reflections on the side of Chicago’s Cloud Gate sculpture, better known as the Bean – but I think the view is even better from underneath, where the reflections turn into a crazy, infinite kaleidoscope.

    http://icecreamandpermafrost.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/P4194673-2.jpg
    Jess recently posted..Running of the Reindeer – Anchorage, AlaskaMy Profile

    April 3, 2015 at 2:58 pm Reply
    • Hi Jess,
      I completely and wholeheartedly agree — inside the Bean is Better!
      Thanks,
      Josie

      April 3, 2015 at 3:39 pm Reply
  17. Some great photos, I especially like no. 10 of the mosque in Casablanca.
    Nice concept you have there!
    Frank (bbqboy)
    Frank recently posted..A Day Trip to Trogir, CroatiaMy Profile

    April 23, 2015 at 4:52 pm Reply
    • Hi Frank,
      I know, a great bunch of photos! It was really hard to choose, and any one of them is award-worthy! Thanks for stopping by.
      Josie

      April 24, 2015 at 7:35 am Reply

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