Around the world in ten photos

There’s this blogging challenge doing the rounds. I don’t know where it started, but it’s already made a showing with Brian at Bushboy, with Su at Zimmerbitch, and then yesterday morning with Andrew at Have Bag, Will Travel. And he invited me to be next.

This is how it works. Person Number One posts a different travel picture on ten consecutive days. And on each of those days, they ask a fellow-blogger to join in too. So on Day Two, Persons One and Two post a picture, and each invites another person to join in. On Day Three …. you get the idea. I can’t fathom how to do the maths, but it seems to me it wouldn’t take long for a million people to be involved. Any ideas about the numbers involved, anybody?

So I’ll post a photo each day for ten days. No comment, no strapline. If you want to guess where it is, tell me in the comments, and I’ll reveal the answer the following day. As today is a Monday, we’ll make the shot one of a window. I think this one’s quite hard.

Who next? Life … One Big Adventure. Do you fancy joining the party? No pressure if you’re not interested. Please link to me if you do decide to join in, just so I know.

Travel Challenge

Monday Window

Author: margaret21

I'm retired and living in North Yorkshire, where I walk as often as I can, write, volunteer, and travel as often as I can.

53 thoughts on “Around the world in ten photos”

      1. It’s a library? The sun is just peeping out here after a rainy start but I’m determined to ignore it, do a bit of cleaning and get those darned decorations up 🙂 🙂 Next door neighbour has just arrived from the UK so I’ll wave over the wall.

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  1. An interesting building and lots of windows! I don’t recall seeing this before – either in pictures or in my long ago traveling days. As for the travel photo challenge, I got hit with that quite some time ago, so it has been making the rounds for well over a year. Hasn’t swallowed the world yet. Many thnaks!

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  2. Noone has worked out the maths! I think if everyone nominates, and every person who nominates nominates you’d end up with 512 nominees by the end of your ten days!

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