L-A: Special shot spots

Leya asks for special spot shots for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge but I must always turn things around a little. Certainly it’s the spot that makes a shot but sometimes it’s also just a matter of weather and light.















Below are some spots where my heart and camera gave a little dance.

You who have been around my blogs for a while will be familiar with most of them because what else does my blogging do but take you again and again to the places that are special for me, with the hope that you will feel some of that specialness and take it with you? You never know when you’ll be close enough to pounce.

Which reminds me of Sofia from Photographias who did just that, pounce on the Garden of Cosmic Speculation after seeing my post on it on a previous blog. Rarely I speak of a place where I haven’t been and post other people’s photos but that time I did. It used to be open only one day a year and she was lucky enough to live in Scotland and score the tickets and be there on that day. The mastermind behind the garden Charles Jencks passed away since and now it’s closed and who knows when it will reopen. Speaking of just-in-time.

Blogging leads places, make no mistakes. Here are some suggestions.

For Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, hosted by Leya of To See A World in a Grain of Sand…: Special spot shots

30 thoughts on “L-A: Special shot spots

  1. Wow, Manja – your part of the world is so gorgeous! And you surely know how to share it too.I would love to visit all your special spots, but San Galgano, Pitigliano, Terme di Saturno and Piran – are my absolute favorites. With Bestia of course!

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    1. Ahh, I’m glad to hear this praise, Flavia, but right now I had a look and found out that all these shots are from 2017 or older! But I’m glad to show you uncommon. I like uncommon the most. 🙂 Stay tuned for today’s Thursday Doors post, they will be familiar. 😉


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