A-Z Archive W-Challenge

Tuesday’s photo challenge: the letter “W”, for example: “WRITTEN”:

Old Venicewritten guitar music
united types of newspapersmoleskine-inside
photos by frizztext, click on the images to enter his flickr galleries

This week’s topic for our A-Z ARCHIVE = Tuesday’s photo challenge: the letter “W”: introduce one photo of your own archive with a “W” keyword for example “WRITTEN” (like me) or Winter, Wireless Lan or Woodstock, walking or weeping, wonder or woe, work or wine, whiskey or woman, wreck or wind etc. – to find more inspirations visit my W-photo-archive at https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2012/05/30/the-w-photo-archive/ – I’m sure you’ll find a picture in your own shoe boxes to scan – tag with “A-Z Archive” and put a link on your page to my site, so we’ll get a trackback-list including your post!
my W blog articles

W gallery

“ABC visualized” group

“BLOG IT!” group

A-Z Archive, letter W:
[under construction]

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tag: “A-Z Archive
Challenge always on Tuesday !!!


feel free to add in the comments

the link to your own interpretation of A-Z!!!

Carnet noir
title=”Carnet noir” photo by Christine Lebrasseur
50 bloggers (alphabetically), who kindly joined (till now) the Tuesday’s “A-Z Archive” Photo Challenge:

more links via the TUESDAY challenges!
A-Z Archive
I’ll use the image above and the link below
to invite to join our weekly A-Z photo challenge
both (image AND link) combined to
A-Z Archive
maybe you can copy, download and use too:

and combine the image above and the link below
to invite to join our weekly A-Z photo challenge

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

111 responses to “A-Z Archive W-Challenge

  1. Pingback: A-Z Archive: W is for Wallaby, Waterfall, Waterlily « heartfelt images

  2. Wonderful choice Frizz, love your Written photo! Here is my entry … Wallaby, Waterfall and Waterlily 🙂 http://wp.me/p296YA-9I


  3. Great photo! Perfect capture for written!


  4. Wolfgang Hermann

    now is all on a screen and lost with the switch off of the power knob


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  6. Here is mine: http://wp.me/p23TG1-MY



    • hi Francine,
      I hope not only Germans like those wonderful stained glass WINDOWS (featuring fairy tales of Grimm) – of course in Germany we have many in our castles and cathedrals! Sorry to notice, that vandalism (they threw stones through the windows in my hometown church) does not have respect even finding those artworks …


    • Hi Claudia!
      Often I enjoyed to play my guitar, banjo or dobro together with a clarinet player – so you made me smile, when I found your son with that “woodwind instrument”!


      • Claudia

        I’m glad my son’s picture made you smile. I don’t think I have ever heard a guitar and clarinet duet. I bet they sound nice together.


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  8. Oh I love this post! I have a special fascination for notebooks, I have a collection, and I love writing on them bits and fragments of my observations of the world around me. These are lovely photographs.

    Here’s our W contribution: Whimsical, Weave, and Wild. 🙂


  9. Your photos never disappoint Frizztext! Lovely shots.


  10. Great photos, i love those manuscripts.


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  12. Love this picture! It feels like wisdom is pouring out of the picture. 😀


  13. Beautiful pictures of a beautiful subject. 🙂


  14. Here is my contribution for the W challenge – wildflowers and plenty of them. 🙂 http://mywordwall.wordpress.com/2012/06/05/late-spring-maine-wildflowers-yellow/


  15. Great shots for W! Love the thought and creativity that went into them. Nicely done.


  16. I really, really love this one.
    Will you be starting at A again once this round of the alphabet is over? Maybe I will try it out 🙂


  17. I alway stop by to view your collection of photos. I wanted to try W, and here is my submission:



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  24. Hello Frizz! Another fun challenge: Here’s one of mine: http://catbirdphotography.wordpress.com/2012/06/05/a-z-archive-w-challenge-windmill-at-windy-hill/

    I love your WRITTEN sheet music!


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  26. Hi again Frizz, Here’s another entry! Sorry so many this time; I’m on a roll 🙂


  27. Hey there! The Dark Globe follower appreciation post sent me. I really like your photos. Very cool. 🙂


  28. Thanks for Following “The Dark Globe”… It’s June Follower Appreciation Month over there… You should Check it out



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  31. I like the various written words and languages!
    Here is Mykonos windmills in watercolor:


  32. Sorry I thought I’d lost a letter along the way and X was it, been trying to find X!


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  39. Love the photos. I will try and post later this evening. I hate when my work gets in the way…;-)


  40. I love that element nod to/of the maker / creator in these, Frizz…


    • difficult to understand for me (English is not my native language) – do you mean: paper blanks allow to make mistakes, it’s a level before finish-presentation?


      • I am sorry about that, Frizz (I don’t always explain myself very well)…
        We are probably both thinking very similar things…
        I meant to say I like things that let you know they were created by hand (and maybe even show a bit about the person who made them)… like handwriting (or even a page typed on an old fashioned typewriter)… all the little differences between letters, etc. that you don’t necessarily get from a computer. Things that are done by hand seem much ‘warmer’ to me at times… less ‘clinical’ or ‘uniform’ or ‘ sterile’…


        • Things that are done by hand seem much ‘warmer’ to me at times… less ‘clinical’ or ‘uniform’ or ‘ sterile’…
          yes, and handwritten documents are more in a process, not yet finished completely, still in a state of searching –
          thanks for your elaborated response!


  41. That last photo looks like my desk! Love this one.


  42. As a writer, I very much celebrate your choice of “written” photos to meet the “W” challenge! So many ways we folks do write, don’t we?


    • I love your comments so much, Rose / granbee!
      By the way:
      soon the photo challenge via XYZ comes to an end –
      then I will start a “story-challenge A-Z” –
      (one new letter every tuesday):

      maybe you will join?


  43. Oh! These are beautiful! You have inspired me to go write! I absolutely love notebooks to write in. I can’t even tell you how many I have. Family members and friends buy them for me when they see one that looks like me, and I buy them here and there when I find one that looks inspiring. I just love the handwritten word, for creative writing purposes, for personal journaling, for a gratitude journal, etc. Just give me a pretty journal, a pretty pen, a cup/pot of coffee or hot tea, a candle that smells like Autumn or rain or the fireside and I’m good to go for hours. 😉


  44. Hi fritz! I’m finally all caught up! Almost. Still blanking out on “q”.. what’s the plan once we get to Z? Start all over again?



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  48. I love this post love to write in English but particularly in dead languages and I also have passion for stationery. So this is a little bit joy!! Thankyou! I would to join the A-Z challenge.


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