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Sun Voyager (Sólfar), Reykjavik,  September 2018

This striking stainless steel sculpture sits on the waterfront in Reykjavik, promising its viewers a dream of undiscovered territory, hope, progress and freedom.




Over to all of you to join the challenge with your own voyage or voyager post.
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Thanks to everyone who brought us some blue last week – it was great to see so many shades and origins, from plants, through sky and sea, to tiles, sculptures, feet and even hair! Following a recent big birthday, I wondered if it was time for a blue tint, and Geriatrix has shown me an alternative way of tackling that! And Brian brought us some blue music, in addition to his natural blues.

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

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Aletta at Now at Home
Alice at The 59 Club
Brian at Bushboy’s World
Carol at Light Words

Cee’s Photography
Chateaux des Fleurs
Chosen Perspectives

Daily Musings
David Meredith’s Photo Blog
Dawn at Lingering Visions

Eklastic at Pictures Imperfect
Geriatri’x’ Fotogallery
Heart to Heart
Irene at Heaven’s Sunshine

Jackie at JunkBoat Travels
Jason at Proscenium
Jesh Studio

Maria at Kamerapromenader

Laura at PoetryPix
Little Pieces of Me

Nicole at Une photo, un poème
Photo Robert’s Blog
Pics by Kaz

Sandy at Out of My Write Mind
Su Leslie at Zimmerbitch

Sue at Words Visual


Next week’s theme will be night – I look forward to seeing your interpretation of this word – will it be sleepless nights, illuminated nights, dark nights, white nights, …?

Other forthcoming themes are listed here, and to see previous weeks of this challenge, click here




Copyright Debbie Smyth, 27 January 2019

Posted as part of  One Word Sunday

55 replies »

  1. It looks primitive and modern at the same time – love your angles you took for this sculpture! At the “right” time, so you had also reflections of the puddle – perfectly multifaceted!

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  2. Oh, this is so beautiful and provoking “Fernweh” (we have a term for homesickness in German, Heimweh – and there is the opposite Fernweh which can only inadequately translated as wanderlust or yearning to see distant places, I think the romanticists coined the word). It’s with bashfulness that I present my very mundane offering:

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