On Thursday’s, I share a picture about ‘Echos of my Neighbourhood.
I would like to invite you to participate. The challenge is quite simple.
Every Thursday, share a photo of bits and pieces of wherever you are at any point in time. It could be houses, backgrounds of your neighbourhood, activities and so forth and you can tag it Echos of my Neighbourhood, add my link to your post so that I will get the ping from your post.
Every other Thursday, I will publish a post with the links of all those who participated the previous week.
This is just a fun way of getting to see more of the World around us through your eyes, since we cannot all be at those places, we can at least see them through you.
Burj Al Arab
Helicopter landing on the Helipad
Touch down on the helipad
A little Insider’s peek
One of the inner corridors
Without mincing words, the plushness of this luxurious hotel is fabulous.
Last week’s Echoes brought in quite some fresh views:
Sarah C gives us a sneak peek into her neighbourhood. Now wander over and say hey.
Writing in North Norfolk I tell you, there is something calming and enchanting about Norfolk. I could visualize a lovely wedding going on in that Church and someone rushing to that booth to call the Constable. Pictures put my imagination in overdrive.
Stella is trying her best to enchant us into moving to Copenhagen, Denmark.
Roaming Urban gypsy presents us with an irresistible ride. I can feel the vibes in there.
Kat’s lovely and scenic vacation spot of Hatteras Island is totally energizing. Even a non-poet will be able to wax some lyrics about these skies.
I enjoy Pancake Bunnykins fresh and on the spot views of her neighbourhood. Always a surprise tucked away in the corner.
Mandibelle‘s corner shows us what we all need and cherish in our lives. Solid bonds and foundation.
Never a dull bling‘s photos always brings delight to the eyes. There is a lot to look out for and such things captivate me.
I think I will go clicking some more.
So, when can we get a peek at yours? Pllllleeeeeaaasssseee with a cherry on top 😉
© Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha