Weekly Photo Challenge: Sun

Weekly Photo Challenge: SUN; old pathway in the early morning sunlight, 6 a.m.: often I like to play on my guitar the song HERE COMES THE SUN (by George Harrison, R.I.P.) … and while I am singing, those old stones always appear in my heart – once seen in the small town Oia on the Greek isle Santorini, three hours before the traffic of tourists began …
Here comes the sun
first upload at flickr, click on the picture to enter my photo pool there …
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feel free to add in the comments the link to your own interpretation of this week’s topic SUN

related:
https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/weekly-photo-challenge/
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http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2012/04/20/weekly-photo-challenge-sun/
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About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

58 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Sun

  1. Very nice reflection, golden sun light.

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  2. Northern Narratives

    Nice photo. The early morning sun is beautiful.

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  3. The walkway looks so inviting…thanks. It fits “Here comes the sun”.
    Peace,
    Siggi in Downeast Maine

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  4. I love the sun’s reflection in the morning. That pathway is so inviting for a morning walk. Great photo. I invite you to view my challenge entry http://wp.me/p1Cyea-1oD Thanks in advance!

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  5. ponky

    beautiful scene and color tones

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  6. Love your brightly lit pathway Frizz. I’m hoping to go to Santorini this summer!
    http://catbirdinoman.wordpress.com/2012/04/20/weekly-photo-challenge-sun/

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  7. I am still looking for mine, but like this one very much!

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  8. Madelaine

    Love that song, your pic, the leading lines…..great post!

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  10. Great captured! πŸ™‚

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  11. Looks like a street paved with gold! Lovely!

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  12. Love how I can’t help thinking about footprints to heaven!

    http://thetaskmistress.me/2012/04/20/weekly-photo-challenge-sun

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  13. Hi,
    A great photo, you just want to follow the path and see where it leads. πŸ™‚

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  14. I also enjoy some of the Mississippi Delta Blues renditions of “Here Comes the Sun”–perfect song to go with this wonderful photo capturing the coming son on this brick walkway! What a promise it holds!

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  15. A perfect shot, i love its simplicity and impact!

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  16. I love walking these old streets. It makes me think of all the people who have walked there over the years. You’ve captured it nicely.

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  17. Haha, you stole my line…here comes the sun, do do do do…great minds Frizz!

    http://latebloomerbuds.wordpress.com/2012/04/20/wordpress-weekly-photo-challenge-sun/

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  18. Cassie

    I can see why those stone appear in your mind, when you’re singing that song. Nice photo, Frizztext! Wish you a great weekend!

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  19. a great photo and what a lovely memory

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  20. Great shot, Frizz. Good job! πŸ™‚

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  21. How lovely to know that this memory lane of yours is paved in gold! I adore Abbey Road but “Here comes the Sun” is the heartbreaker on that album for so many reasons . . .

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  22. When I saw your image my first thought was . . .This is what the golden path to heaven would look like!
    Awesome!

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  23. I Love It! Is beautiful, and inviting. Relaxing.

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  25. Nice concept πŸ™‚

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  26. Always enjoy your interpretation to the challenges. I want to walk right in.

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  27. Sonel

    Oh, I just love that song Frizz and what a gorgeous shot you took there! Now I have this song in my head! LOL! Here comes the sun..doo doo doo doo
    Have a great weekend my friend!
    *hugs*

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  29. stones made golden by the sunlight. serene and also with anticipation. and I love to see that joy when you’re playing your guitar!

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  30. Gorgoeus interpretation as always! πŸ™‚

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  32. thirdhandart

    Amazing light! The perfect capture!

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  33. Great shot of the gentle golden light of the early morning sun πŸ™‚

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  34. zebradaestepe

    Great golden colour on the pavement stones

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  35. The song is really apt for this image! The light on the stones is beautiful!

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  36. now Paul McCartney in Kiev: GOOD DAY SUNSHINE:

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  37. I remember this photo from a posting last year and really like it. It is the same path I walked on in Oia, but during the day. This is the photo that brought me to your site when I first started blogging.

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  38. This is such an elegant and lovely picture. It is quite powerful too.

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  39. Here comes the sun is one of the best songs!! Add your picture to the mix and what do you have!! Sunshine on my head! thanx r

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  40. Beautiful capture! It looks like a golden path. Lovely!
    ~Anne

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  42. Words We Women Write

    There’s nothing like early morning sunlight and you captured its ethereal beauty in this photo. I walked those same stones and vowed to return.

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  43. Such an evocative, inviting photo! I want to fall into it and follow that (yellow) brick road!

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  44. I would love to be the kind of person that wakes up early and sees those beautiful things, but I am a night person… Anyway, you made me see a little! Tks. My post for sun: http://claudiazillerfaria.com/2012/04/23/desafio-semanal-sun/

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  45. The dawning sun … beautiful image of it.
    Very nice …..

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