There are lots of ways to tackle this week’s Daily Post photo challenge- showing a subject in two different ways. I was never much good at the “less is more” philosophy, so one shot isn’t really on the cards for me.
Reeth has the most beautiful setting on the River Swale in the Yorkshire Dales. The Swing Bridge made me smile. It didn’t so much swing as wobble if you jiggled about on it a lot.
I wouldn’t jiggle too hard on this bit of rusty railing at the ferry terminal on Tavira Island in Portugal’s Algarve. It’s just the salt air- I’m sure it’s safe!
Or you could take the little steam train out to Barril Beach. When the tide’s in the salt marshes look their beautiful best.
Before, or after, you hit the beach there are nice restaurants to linger in.
Evening’s always a good time to return to Tavira. The sun settles over the river, and the swifts dart and play.
When the lights go down you can often find a local celebration or Saint’s Day like this one at the Carmo, Tavira’s main church. The service inside is broadcast on speakers, the priest’s beautiful voice soaring over the neighbourhood.
Did you enter the Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge yet? Come with me and we’ll check out some entries.