Marianne from East of Málaga challenges us this October to find photos of pairs. She defines it: A pair is a set of two things used together or regarded as a unit.
These lighthouse feet made me stop and look twice – the rust in its reddishness turns deterioration into art. The lighthouse is set on a big concrete block so its feet were at my eye level as I wandered around it.
And a pair of nights ago I photographed a pair of bottles and two pairs of eyes on a pair of sons. We were in a restaurant provocatively named Me and Mrs Jones (that’s not a pair).
Marianne likes us to spread the blog love, so I’ll tell you I loved a poem I read here. In fact I printed it out and stuck it on my fridge.
And I read a blog about amazing historical embroidery at the Burrell Collection in Glasgow, including a video demonstrating how women kept their arms out of the way of crinoline skirts, here.