Travel Theme: Walls
This weeks’ travel theme over at Where’s My Backpack is “walls”. It was a fun challenge – I was surprised that I not only had so many photos of walls, but that they were interesting to boot.
The bold red barn stands out against my brother’s distant gaze at the Mystic Seaport.
Smooth stucco walls are in sharp contrast to the spiny cacti at the Phoenix Botanical Gardens.
Ancient images decorate weathered stones at Chichen Itza, Mexico.
The clean white walls reflect the worshipers’ desire for purity of heart in central Pennsylvania.
The edging of the wall itself is as interesting as the glass window panes, near Chichen Itza, Mexico.
Walls are more than barriers, sometimes they can be homes for lizards, at Chichen Itza.
Only in the Caribbean does a shower area walled off by live palm trees make sense.
Black cannons and matching walls of basaltic stones repel long-dead invaders at Brimstone Hill Fortress in St. Kitts.
In tropical locations, sometimes the best walls are barely there, and leave room for hammocks and cool breezes instead, at Palm Court Gardens in St. Kitts.
The wall serves its purpose long after the bells stopped ringing, at Tlaquepaque in Sedona, AZ.
Sometimes the wall is more interesting in its absence, in Cancun, Mexico.
These walls serve their only purpose, to keep you moving in one direction, at Tlaquepaque in Sedona, AZ.
I decided to experiment with a new photo layout for this post – what do you think?
Categories: Photography, travel theme photos