Patti presents us this week an Alphabet Challenge, subjects that begin with the letter A.
Let’s start with a double. AnA.
Astonished face. That’s how I was when I saw this sewer turn into emoji. 😲
Anger. Angry at the world, sometimes, in the last…
Aquatic abstraction. Refreshing and energetic moment.
Art. The delicate work of Iris Lázaro.
Aljafería Palace is a fortified medieval palace built during the second half of the 11th century in Zaragoza (Spain).
Antwerp / Antwerpen (Belgium)
The name of the city comes from Silvio Brabo’s legend, which statue can turn in Major Plaza (Grote Markt). The legend tells that a giant so called Druoon Antigoon was living the river, receiving a toll to the ships that wanted to pass. If a ship was not paying, the giant was cutting the hand of the captain and was throwing her to the river (Schelde). One day, a Roman centurion, tired already, cut the hand of the giant and threw it to the river and of there arises the name of Antwerp, Ant = Hand, Werpen = To throw.
Archery. My husband’s hobby.
I found an added challenge, thinking in Spanish words that start with the letter A, it doesn’t always work when you want to write them in English… Well, it took me a while, but I think I finally made it…
Posted as part of Lens-Artists: An Alphabet Challenge–Subjects That Begin with the Letter A.