Photo Challenge – Week 2

Thank you very much to Nilla (Image Earth Travel) for setting up a new photo challenge … this time, it’s a Weekly Photo Challenge for one month.

Feel free to join in this photo challenge (everyone’s welcome). Show me your best photos, but let’s make this tricky to guess where the photos are taken.

If you participate in this photo challenge, this is what you need to do:

  • Post one of your favourite photos each week for a month (and it does not matter if you go into September).
  • The photo can be from any time and anywhere, so start sifting through those old memories and photo albums.
  • Post the photo without any explanation and ask your readers where they think the photo was taken for a little guessing fun.
  • Nominate someone each Sunday. Today, we nominate Morag (Morag Noffke) for this challenge – Morag’s blog is creative and such an inspiration to live your life to the fullest … and her photo’s are beautiful! Morag, you can post wherever you wish although please link to us, so we know you accepted the #photochallenge. If you are not interested, then that is also cool and feel free to share this challenge.

Our second photo challenge for this month will be an easy one to guess … if you’ve done this before …

Photo Challenge – Week 2

26 thoughts on “PHOTO CHALLENGE (Week 2)

    1. Marion, that is one of my favourite pictures of our first Camino we’ve walked in Spain. I saw this photo on many blogs before we’ve actually done our Camino and was almost in tears when we’ve got to this particular spot … just realising we’re really there! It’s about 13km from Pamplona – a highlight for a walking pilgrim 😊.

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    1. You’re a clever girl Sarah! Yes, indeed a photo that we’ve taken on our first Camino in Spain. It’s about 13km from Pamplona and a very popular spot for pilgrims to take a photo here 😉. It’s called Alto del Perdon – an iconic sculpture dedicated to all the pilgrims who walk the Camino de Santiago.

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    1. Oeee Toortsie, gryp die geleentheid as hy hom ooit voordoen! En dis geen mite … dit verander ‘n mens op een of ander wyse! Ek kan ‘n boek daaroor skryf (miskien moet ek), maar jy kan ook op ons blog ons dag-tot-dag inskrywings lees van beide ons Camino in Spanje en Portugal (en ook ons Tankwa Camino) … maar dan moet jy baie tyd he (dalk as jy weer daardie broth in jou kombuis kook 😄).

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