Thanks for choosing my picture as the banner Mitch. The village of Feldbunnen is becoming famous.
I also do not usually take photos of people, but I found a couple that I have never shown here.
First of all let's go to Morocco. Sometime in the nineties Mr. Swiss and I were in Marrakech and we spent one evening with music and dancing in a Bedouin tent - and with food of course. Here is a photo of two of the dancers
Father and No. 2 son packing the shopping into the car at the supermarket parking lot
When a hedge separates your garden from the neighbour's garden, it needs co-ordination to cut it. Our neighbour has now moved away, but it used to be fun. Mr. Swiss on the right.
Many thanks to Debby for hosting this week's challenge. This should be an interesting one!! Although I've taken a lot of candid people shots, most of them are individuals. I did manage to find some of couples, and decided to mix in some non-human couples for variety!!
1) This couple show the typically British tourist trait......no matter if the weather is cold and windy....let's have an ice-cream!!
2) This Prairie-dog couple seem to be discussing the best location to dig their next hole!!
3) This one always makes me smile. I imagine she is saying something important, while he is wondering if he can get home in time for the start of the football game. LOL.
4) This pair of Ringed Teal are showing togetherness, bird-style.
Congrats to Pat on a beautiful sunset. Wonderful color for the sky.
I don't usually photograph people so I was surprised at how many shots I had.
These guys are fishermen who accidentally hooked a pelican. They went in and got it, dislodged the hook, and released the bird. I have several pictures of this adventure so you might have seen this one or others.
Another pair looking for fish.
Looking at shells. A younger woman, not in the picture, went swimming in the same dress.
Impressive photo by Benni for the header - love it.
I will now dig into my archives, mostly sunset as I am not up early enough in the morning for a sunrise.
One of the last places that I thought I would capture a sunset was waiting for the bus in Dagenham when leaving my dad's place, but I just had to take this one, surrounded by buildings, buses and traffic.
I suppose even the sun sets on the Alps in Switzerland - taken from the hill in our village where the castle is.
We say Santa is baking biscuits when we get a sunset like this - taken from the garden in our estate.
This is a great theme, Mitch, and a chance to go and look at some of my favorite pictures. Thank you so much for using my crab as the banner. After photographing him, I took him and his house back out where I found him and tucked him away safely.
Sunset on Caspersen Beach, Florida.
Two thousand miles north, the sun has set on Lake Superior in Canada.
One of my favorite pictures. A heron standing watch, again on Caspersen Beach, Florida.
Hi everyone, this is Mitch!! I've been away for most of the last week, visiting my folks and then visiting Baz, so I didn't have time to organise a host for this week, so I'll be doing it myself!!
Before this week's theme, just a reminder (again!!) to remember that not everyone can post at the weekend and to come back later in the week to check for later posts and comment on them. Members who post after the weekend always seem to get less comments.
This week's theme is an old favourite of mine, but we haven't done it in quite a while: Sunrise or Sunset. It can be either or both. Let's see some glorious colours!!
1) Sunset over Freshwater West, Pembrokeshire, Wales.
2) Sunset clouds over the Cleddau River at Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire, Wales
3) Sunset over Carew millpond, Pembrokeshire, Wales
4) Flying in the sunset, somewhere between Nevada and New Jersey.