Weekly Photo Challenge: Near and Far

A bit late this week with my Weekly Photo Challenge. It took me a while to find a picture suitable for the topic proposed by Daily Post. They’re making it more and more challenging!

Here’s my pick for Near and Far!

Spectators watching people playing Pétanque. Cannes, French Riviera

To check other entries click here

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13 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Near and Far

  1. Thanks for pingback 🙂 Your photo really responds to the challenge. It drags me into the end of the street at the same time challenges me to explore the objects of the scenary. Nice 🙂

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