CBBH Photo challenge for April: Multicolour

Marianne from East of Malaga unveiled the theme for this month’s photo challenge: multicolour.

As always, you can hop on to her website to see other bloggers’ interpretation of the theme. Below is mine:

Stained glass window at Chichester Cathedral (UK)  designed by Marc Chagall in 1978. The theme is Psalm 150 '...let everything that hath breath praise the Lord' (1978).
Stained glass window at Chichester Cathedral (UK) designed by Marc Chagall in 1978. The theme is Psalm 150 ‘…let everything that hath breath praise the Lord’ (1978).

 

Neal's Yard is a small alley in Covent Garden , London (UK) which opens into a courtyard.
Neal’s Yard is a small alley in Covent Garden , London (UK) which opens into a courtyard.
The Calle de los Suspiros (Street of Sighs) is the most picturesque street in Colonia del Sacramento (Uruguay). It dates back to the 17th century, when the are was still held by the Portuguese.
The Calle de los Suspiros (Street of Sighs) is the most picturesque street in Colonia del Sacramento (Uruguay). It dates back to the 17th century, when the are was still held by the Portuguese.
Small shrines like this one are quite common in rural areas of Argentina. I spotted this one in Lujan (Provincia de Buenos Aires). They usually mark the site of an accident where someone died or are created for worship.
Small shrines like this one are quite common in rural areas of Argentina. I spotted this one in Lujan (Provincia de Buenos Aires). They usually mark the site of an accident where someone died or are created for worship.

I commented on the following websites:

The Travel Chica

Love Bagni di Lucca

 

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Ana

Hi, I'm Ana. I'm originally from Argentina but I'm currently living in Dallas (USA) with my British husband. I'd like to share my experiences as an expat and as a traveller.

8 thoughts on “CBBH Photo challenge for April: Multicolour”

  1. What a lovely selection of photos you have for us this month!

    I would love to sit for a while, enjoying a drink with blogging friends in Neal´s Yard or take a stroll along Calle de los Suspiros. Wouldn´t that be amazing?!

    Thanks for sharing two blogs you enjoy visiting, Ana – I´ll HOP over there, right away!

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  2. Very nice photos! Of course Covent Garden is perfect for this challenge… La Boca?
    I don’t think I ever managed to take a photo of a shrine along the roads in Argentina yet… they’re very colourful!

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