Weekly Photo Challenge: Near and Far

When I received an email with the challenge of the week, I read the suggestions about landscape and horizon and  went to find them.

I have a ton of landscape images but suddenly I saw all these photographs in my library with people in them.

Walking somewhere.  And me, following the walkers.  A city far in the distance.   Near and Far.  Here are my interpretations of Near and Far, starring my family, the cities, the Hot Metal Bridge decorated with colorful bras for Breast Cancer Awareness and an unknown marathoner with her pony tail flying.

Photographed in Columbus and Pittsburgh.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There are at least 100 other bloggers interpretations in the list of ping backs on the Daily Post

 

19 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Near and Far

  1. Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge: Near and Far | Cardboard Me Travels

  2. Great responses to the challenge, Ruth. I started to list my favorite … then it became favorites … then it became a recap of all of your photos. Let’s just say I like them all. 🙂

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    • The bras were strung all across the bridge last October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. My daughter and her husband got dressed in their wedding clothes six months after their wedding As a favor to me as I wanted to take their pictures but couldn’t at the wedding, of course.

      Ruth E Hendricks

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  3. This is a fantastic collection, beautiful children i especially love the one of the bride and groom walking trailing their shadows.. inspired! You have a good eye.. c

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  4. Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge: More Near and Far | Humbled Pie

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