Alright, first of all thank you Deborah for the opportunity to host the Weekly Challenge.
I am hoping to get a good response for this one as its an easy kinda challenge. So if your reading this, get that camera out and get me photos!! hehe.
Stone Walls are all around us. Some examples would be churches, graveyards, old ruins etc etc.... and are nearly always best taken in Blck & White!!!
As always................... New Shots Only!!!
well No stone walls with in 80 miles of me here in the Pacific North West. but Ill watch the others
So hard for me to imagine... where do you live?
18 miles from the farthest Most Northwest point in the USA, total population in a 50 mile radius is around 1500 LOL. rock walls are not part of PNW tradition. I have never seen one in the outlying communities of Neah Bay, Forks, Clallam Bay or Sekiu. We might have a concrete bunker or 2 but thats about it LOL
Brian, I think it is hard for people to remember, we have not been around as long as other continents and here on the west coast we are even younger. An old church is like 1950s here, if that and if we go older (1890s) they are made of logs or lumber.
Brian, welcome to WC. Can u get some rocks and pile them, get down nice and low to the ground and take a shot of your "stone wall"!!! Suppose a bit of trick photography!
LOL we do have a jetty or 2 but no real walls
Thanks Anita. Hopefully a bigger turn out than previous weeks.
Congratulations again on your win!
Superb topic: stone walls. Give us some time and we'll bury you under an entry and several NE's!
I will have to go hunting for something, like Brian, not common here - mostly stucco where I live and things aren't that old here so no old churches or ruins . . . most of our ruins are wooden. I'll see what I can spot in my travels. Must be a west coast thing.
our churches here are 1960's metal buildings LOL
Same here. Ours are mostly stucco with Spanish tiles like our old missions. Old ones here, if they are still standing, are wooden. I think stone was too expensive or not readily available in California. Just like when I was in Arkansas was amazed at all the brick buildings, bricks are expensive here but there cheap and stucco is expensive to them.