Saturday Six Word Story Prompt #40 • Date • #6WSP

Date is this week’s prompt: Shweta’s Saturday Six Word Story Prompt #40 (#6WSP).

Request received…another low effort attempt?

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Thursday Doors 28 May • Short Doors

Short Doors • Thursday Doors

Thursday Doors 28 May • Short Doors

My previous posts mainly featured doors of a normal height, i.e. 2 to 2.10 meters, or some 6.6 – 6.9 foot. While the below doors may seem normal at first glance, they stand barely 1.80 meters or 5.9 foot tall. Short enough to give you a blinding headache if you’re not careful.

Thursday Doors 28 May • Short Doors
Thursday Doors 28 May • Short Doors

These short doors are usually situated on street level, and are the entrance to the souterrain (basement) which in the ‘old’ days was generally where the servants were housed. With today’s housing shortage they are now usually occupied by couples starting out.

More Short Doors • Thursday Doors
More Short Doors • Thursday Doors
Even More Short Doors
Even More Short Doors
Short Doors • Thursday Doors
In Need of Some TLC
In Need of Some TLC

Short Doors for Norm‘s Thursday Doors.

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A Short Lighthouse • Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge

A Short Lighthouse • CB&W landscape

A Short Lighthouse • Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge is my entry for things that are short.

A Short Lighthouse • CB&W
A Short Lighthouse • CB&W

This is by far the shortest lighthouse I’ve ever seen. Shot in Cadaquès, Catalunia,Spain. There is desperately little information to be found online other than the lighthouse stands only 11 meters tall and is Catalunia’s second oldest lighthouse, having been built in 1873.

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CB&W

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Monday Window 25 May • Le Magicien des Étoffes

Le Magicien des Étoffes is my entry in Ludwig Keck’s challenge Monday Window, 25 May.

Le Magicien des Étoffes
The Wizard of Fabrics

Spotted this window in Marrakesh, Morocco in 2004.

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Delicate Colours • Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #98

Delicate colourful pickles • Lens-Artists

For the ins &outs, head over to Ann-Christine’s blog who is our host of Delicate Colours • Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #98.

My first port of call was to look up what delicate actually means other than subtle or pleasing because of fineness or mildness.

Definition of delicate: pleasing to the senses

Merriam Webster Dictionary

So this week’s prompt can very well mean a colourful assault on the senses, as long as it is pleasing. Now this is something I can work with: the place that sprang to mind immediately is Marrakesh, Morocco.

A pickle anyone?

Delicate colourful pickles • Lens-Artists
Delicate colourful pickles
More Delicate colourful pickles • Lens-Artists
More delicate colourful pickles

Or some flower buds?

But even some houses were a pleasant onslaught on the senses being painted in delicate colours.

A ceiling adorned with delicate colours
A ceiling adorned with delicate colours

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