FOR This weeks photo challenge “BROKEN”, i just had to post a few photos from my “Tuscany Tour” holiday.
known worldwide for its unintended tilt to one side. It is situated behind the Cathedral and is the third oldest structure in Pisa’s Cathedral Square (Piazza del Duomo) after the Cathedral and the Baptistry. The tower’s tilt began during construction, caused by an inadequate foundation on ground too soft on one side to properly support the structure’s weight.
More of my Weekly Photo Challenges
I really struggled with this weeks Photo Challenge, so i thought i’d use a minimalist photo of this little gadget that completely transformed my life shortly after losing my sight. I couldn’t even make myself a warm drink without burning myself several times! So instead i just drank Vodka as it was much easier, but this really didn’t help my dark depression (see my testimony).
Then my social worker brought me round this liquid level indicator, and it changed everything! I could finally make myself a cup of tea, and was quickly making anyone who came round drinks again, what a feeling! 🙂
Description of a liquid level indicator taken from RNIB online store…
Fill your cup with greater confidence, using RNIB’s audible and vibratory Liquid Level Indicator. Simply place it on the side of a cup and a series of audible beeps and vibrations will let you know when the liquid nears the top.
The Liquid Level Indicator will give off an intermittent beep and a series of vibrations when your cup is nearly full, followed by a faster beep and continuous vibration when it has reached its limit. There are also magnets built in, to allow easy storage on your fridge door.
This weekend Sarah & i didn’t have to travel far (in our back garden) before we were amazed to find a Bountiful 32 little bunches of grapes on our vine. I managed to take a quick photo above before Sarah picked them! 🙂
Are you ready to get bountiful, abundant, ample, plentiful and rich? If you would like to join in this week’s travel theme challenge with your own interpretation (everyone’s welcome!) Click Here
The Challenge… “This week, publish an image of a sign — from the signs you encounter on the street to more personal, less obvious signs that hold meaning for you.”
On a walk in London, alongside the river Thames, Sarah & i stumbled across a surprising Sign inviting us to “Walk on the water”.
⇧ ‘Stormy Bay’ – Ilfracombe, Devon, England ⇧
Hi all! I think my “Travel & Landscapes” page is ready, although i’m still searching for more photos to add (maybe i’ve missed one or two, i have quite a few to look through lol).
Thought you might like to check it out, let me know what you think?! 🙂
You can find the page by clicking the image above or clicking here. I’ll keep you updated as i go along!! Thanks once again for you amazing support and encouragements!
Thank you for being so patient! 🙂