Weekly Photo Challenge: Big

BIG: TROJAN HORSE (sculpture from 1466) in the “Palazzo della Ragione”, Padova, Italy – the palace has been built 1172-1219 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palazzo_della_Ragione + it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palazzo_della_Ragione_(Padova)
inside: p. ragione, padua
TROJAN HORSE – photo taken by frizztext; for more click on the picture to visit my flickr photo stream … P.S.: Nowadays Trojan horses have to be much, much smaller, if they want to be effective ๐Ÿ™‚ related: weekly-photo-challenge: BIG
TROJANesque city hall of Padova

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

26 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Big

  1. Haha…loved your words & of course, your photo entry!!


  2. Great entry to the weeks challenge… ‘smile’

    – and yes nowadays trojan horse maybe not big or yes they can… ๐Ÿ™‚


  3. Whoa! Nelly. That’s a beast. ๐Ÿ™‚


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  5. It’s very interesting. How large,


  6. vastlycurious.com

    Thats BIG!! Can you make the word Flicker any bigger though ? :))


  7. I nominated your blog for the new Reality Blog and Lovely Blog Awards! Congratulations! This is a โ€œno rules Awardโ€ and you can find the details here at http://www.authenticphotography.wordpress.com/2012/10/12/long-overdue/. Decide what you would like to do based on time and other considerations as there are no rules.


  8. What a coincidenceโ€”I chose the Trojan Horse, too, but mine’s in Turkey at Troy. I had no idea there was one in Italy.


  9. My photographic interpretation of ( small or ) BIG

    to small or to big ?

    Have a big weekend my friend


  10. Good example, Frizz! That’s a great shot!


  11. Just wanted to let you know I have nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award. I hope this will be welcome news for you. Some people choose not to participate, others enjoy the opportunity to visit new-to-you blogs and to be visited by new-to-you bloggers. To read more about the award and accepting this nomination, visit my post at http://globetrottersara.wordpress.com/2012/10/13/speeches/ โ€Ž


  12. I thought a Trojan Horse was something that messed with your computer, so that it won’t work for you. (LOL) Great photo of this wonderful horse, even though it is wooden ๐Ÿ˜‰


  13. Big indeed! ๐Ÿ™‚


  14. It’s hard to take a photo of something that big, but I like the way you did it. It really gives you an idea of the scale of it. Love the sun on the wood too…very warm.


  15. How are you doing? I don’t see your comments on the Daily post page anymore… Hope you are doing well. Thinking of you! I know everyone is so busy lately, but lets try to connect with old friends when feasible. ๐Ÿ™‚


    • they block my posts, eof737 / Eliz, I don’t know why – but I am still continuing to write …
      about “BIG”: usually I’m more fascinated by things, which are small, so small that you always are able to carry it in your pocket: like a little notebook, a talisman etc. – do you have a tiny talisman?


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  17. it’s difficult to capture the essence of something so big but you’ve done it beautifully!


  18. Yes I completely agree with Suitable fish. you really managed with the effect of light and shadow to make this horse stand out. really good.


  19. Cool!!
    By the way, how did you change your blog text for headings and titles?? Did you use CSS? I like a lot :-).



    • hi Kemi,
      it was possible for me to change the fonts because I paid 30 $ for wordpress’ “custom design” – then it is possible to use many typekit fonts …


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