In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Boundaries.”
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In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Beneath Your Feet.”
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In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Door.”https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/door/
DOORS IN LUXOR EGYPT
These photos were taken in Luxor, Egypt. So many doors with peeling paint, looked as though they might conceal a passage into a mysterious shadowy seraglio, shut against prying eyes. Imagine my surprise when some were opened and normal people emerged going about their daily business, children kicking a ball in the alley. Some doors never closed, to facilitate the daily social intercourse of men who never seemed to work. But I still wonder about some of those doors…
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At a charity event a few years ago, I saw something I had never seen before! A fire eater. I was fascinated at his dash and daring and naturally took lots of photos! At first, however I was quite disappointed about the quality of the pics. My settings were off for both the lack of light and the movement. However, the more I examined them, the more I realised that it was precisely that blurred quality that gave the photos a sense of movement and drama.
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When Ari Mayer son of a holocaust victim, returns to Paris after the war, he recognises the man who sent his father to Auschwitz. Now a respected Gaullist politician this murderer has buried his past and is prepared to kill to keep his secrets. Despite his terror, Ari sets out with the help of his beautiful assistant Libby and Gaillard his friend, to bring Dubois to justice.