Tuesday, 6 August 2013

REPETITIOUS

Over in Written inc, Carmi has challenged us to take Repetitious subjects with our cameras!   This is one of my favourite subjects, so I have chosen the following.   Some of the best have already been posted on this blog, but I think these are "new".


Stacked sunbeds on board ship.   And tied down - it was a bit rough!



Apartments and balconies in Barcelona


More architecture, this time at La Grande Motte, in the south of France.   All the buildings there have been built on a pyramid principle, as that was considered safer with the sandy subsoil.   And top soil, as well, I think!   The town was built as a rather posh seaside venue.  The cost of one of the apartments there would make your eyes water!



This is a metal sculpture of a repetitious nature.   It is above a walkway in Alicante, Spain.  No, I don't know what it is.   But the Spaniards do love their sculptures in any medium!



More metalwork, this time industrial sized, and at the post of Vigo, in Spain.   The repetitious lines etc. behind is our ship!

That will have to do for the moment!

10 comments:

Max Sartin said...

I really like the one of the stacked chairs, and that building with the semi-circles is cool too.

Jess Brady said...

These are all great examples, Gilly! I think my favs are the deck chairs and the pretty balconies in the second shot.

Bob Scotney said...

Each one better than the one before. Repetitious in a series of great shots.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Your ship is huge!

How many people were on your voyage?
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Gilly's Camera said...

oh gilly these Are lovely!
sculpure above bridge one has to be my favourite....

Michèle Dextras said...

Such wonderful colours and excellent representation of the them "repetitious lines" Thank you Gilly

Karen S. said...

I like everything repeated here! Awesome- repeat, repeat, delight!

Alexia said...

Excellent examples. The chairs and the expensive apartment building are particularly good!

Elizabeth Sigalet said...

Nice set! I like the underlying architectural theme too.

Aunt Snow said...

Great shots. Love the building with the rounded openings!