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La Font Magica,  Barcelona,  April 2017

Over to all of you to join the challenge with your own stark post.
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Thanks to everyone who brought us something circular last week – it was great to see so many interpretations of this word.

If you didn’t have chance to check them out, the links are below.

Aletta at Now at Home  
Alice at The 59 Club
Beyond the window box
Cee’s Photography
Don’t Hold Your Breath
Eklastic at Pictures Imperfect
Georgie is Third Time Lucky
Geriatri’x’ Fotogallery
Jackie at JunkBoat Travels
Janet at Sustanabilitea
Margo at That Little Voice
Marie at 3Rs of Retirement
Michelle at Take a Walk
mz&cho at Chateaux des Fleurs
Nicole at Une photo, un poème  
Nuthouse Central
Photo Robert’s Blog
Purple Pumpernickel
Ramya at Miles To Go Before I Sleep
Ron at Progressing into Solitude
Siobhan at Bend Branches
Sue at Words Visual
The Blog of Hammad Rais
Tom at Beyond the Sphere
Yvette at Priorhouse Blog
Wanderlust and Wonderment
MB at HX Report
Words on a Page


Next week’s theme will be afar.
Other forthcoming themes are listed here, and to see previous weeks of this challenge, click here




Copyright Debbie Smyth, 24 June 2018

Posted as part of  One Word Sunday

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  3. Yes, your photo illustrates “stark”. When photo challenges have a one word prompt, I usually cross check my understanding by consulting dictionaries. The various different renditions in German often help me with inspiration on how to approach the task. Not so this time. I know what “stark” means, I have read it often enough, heard it often enough, used it myself – but none of the translations in German satisfy me (except a few, in very specific contexts). I didn’t think that “stark” was posing a translation problem but I haven’t found a solution. I have found a photo, though:

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    • That is very interesting, I expect German to have every possible meaning just by adding a couple of words together 🙂
      But obviously pictures can beat the language in expressing our thoughts and views, so I’ll be over now to view your starkness

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