Weekly Photo Challenge: Worn

A very congenial theme! Looking through my photo archives, how many things worn have appealed to me — walls, rocks, days, doors, faces —

Here’s the first one, a wall in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico:

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10 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Worn

  1. claudia shuster says:

    Wish we all valued the aging process and the opportunities it brings rather than the typical focus on youth culture!

  2. Jen Payne says:


    • Touch2Touch says:

      San Miguel de Allende is a colonial city of great worn beauty in central Mexico.
      I think I’m going to do a bunch of these photos of other things and other places — great worn beauty of various kinds has a great appeal right now.

  3. Berna Lee says:

    Beautiful – Reminds me of Br. Eric’s paintings.

    • Touch2Touch says:

      Ho! You mean the one we have, Yellow Morning — I never thought of that, but so it does!
      Miss the correspondent from County Kildare — nothing to report???????

  4. pauline says:

    It looks like a map – a map of mysterious places… a “here be dragons” sort of map. You could frame a series of them and call them The Land of Judith.

    • Touch2Touch says:

      Love that idea! Your house-sitting adventures (and misadventures, see writingdownthewords, everybody) leave you as imaginative and quick-witted as ever —

  5. Christine says:

    So pretty. You find amazing colors everywhere!

    • Touch2Touch says:

      Odd about that. The colors in San Miguel de Allende, in Mexico, SANG to me all the time. Inspired me.
      In contrast, where we lived in the Berkshires for ten years, while a really beautiful area, was pastel-y, and left my color hunger unfed!
      Now in a new area, an hour away but still New England — we shall see.
      I LOVE your love of color, Christine.

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