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Camberwell,  London,  January 2019


Welcome to One Word Sunday – over to all of you to join the challenge with your own night post.
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Thanks to everyone who brought us some voyage last week – what a variety of trips you took me on. Many of you took me sailing, so I’m glad I don’t suffer from sea sickness. And I have to a special thank you to Ju-Lyn at Purple Pumpernickel for taking me off into the stars.

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


Amoralegria at Wanderlust and Wonderment

Becky at the Life of B
Brian at Busboy’s World 1
Brian at Busboy’s World 2
David Meredith’s Photo Blog

Eklastic at Pictures Imperfect
Geriatri’x’ Fotogallery
Heart to Heart

Jackie at JunkBoat Travels
Jason at Proscenium
Jesh Studio

Maria at Kamerapromenader

Little Pieces of Me

Maranto Photography
Middleton Road

Nicole at Une photo, un poème
Pictures without Film

Purple Pumpernickel
Sandy at Out of My Write Mind
Su Leslie at Zimmerbitch

Sue at Words Visual


Next week’s theme will be red.  Red can add a fascinating feature or a tremendous whole to an image, and it is a symbol for so many feelings and moods that this challenge topic can be as open as you want. To get those thoughts rolling: blood, fire, love, passion, heat, joy, strength, willpower, religion, anger, danger, malice, violence, adventure, magic.

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




Copyright Debbie Smyth, 3 February 2019

Posted as part of  One Word Sunday

50 replies »

  1. I see I’m late to the party (by European standards), but here’s my entry. I like the cozy feel of lights in the night and I do know at least the name of Camberwell. Our younger daughter was accepted to art school there, although she ended up going to PAFA in Philadelphia rather than Camberwell or Parsons in Paris.



    • The illusion of art!
      It was cold and windy – so much so that some of my shots from the other side of the building suffered tripod shake.
      Thanks for your probably warmer shot, Jesh


  2. Pingback: Night | nowathome

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