“Bars on the window are merely the grid through which we see shooting stars.”
For reasons much too boring to explain, my Scotland photos remain offline so I am once again drawing from the archives to address this week’s challenge. The good news is it gave me an opportunity to revisit some favorite captures from past travels. The opening shot was a glorious glass ceiling I found in Buenos Aires. Hard not to look up with so much beauty above.
Still looking up, in nearby Mendoza an intricate grid of metal stairways intersecting with circles in the roof of a contemporary vineyard.
A bit farther away, grids on grids in the hall of a shopping market in Central Europe.
Closer to home, an amazing reflection in the glass windows of downtown Louisville Kentucky. Looking up, but not quite as far 😊
Still finding grids on high, how would you like to have THIS window washing job? It was only a small part of the wall of windows gracing the swimming pavilion from Beijing’s Olympic Park.
On a more plebeian level, I thought the grid of this Chinese game, with it’s pieces’ beautiful characters, made an interesting capture.
Finally, on the coast of Maine, a complex grid made up of dozens of crab traps awaiting tomorrow’s expedition.
In closing, you may notice the lack of my usual quotations. I’m blaming the overload of the past few weeks but must admit the lack of reasonable quotes on the subject may also have had something to do with it. Enjoy some other entries by clicking here.