Becky’s Bright Squares Challenge #19

Becky B from the blog Life of B has been hosting the April Bright Squares Challenge. It’s been enormous fun.

Now for a square on a smaller scale…

From the Archives: 1992

This photograph was taken in Lafayette Park in Washington, D.C. during the nascent period of the gay rights movement. Protesters dyed the waters of the fountain red as a protest against government indifference to the AIDS crisis. The red was meant to symbolize the blood of those who had died needlessly. Does this remind anybody of what we are living through today?

CBWC: Things Found in a Park

Below are my contributions to Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Things found on a picnic table or in a park.

You may have seen this little fellow before. I found him at Truxton Park in Annapolis.

This amazing fellow can be found at Thomas Point Park, again in Annapolis, Maryland.

Challenge Your Camera #12 – Elemental

Normally brought to us by Buddha Walks into a Wine Bar, this weeks challenge, Elemental is brought to us by HopsSkipsandJumps and is based on the Ancient Greek conception of all matter: air, water, earth and fire. Here are my meagre contributions.

Fire

Air

Water & Earth

Pull Up a Seat Photo Challenge #12

Many thanks to XingfuMama for hosting the Pull Up a Seat Challenge!

Saint Jude’s, Baltimore, Maryland. This was photographed in December 2019.

Jonas and Catherine Green Park, Annapolis, Maryland. That is the South River on the left.