Selecting photos for publication is sometimes a taxing process. I had been spending quite some time today and just decided to take a break. So, I decided to see what my friends are up to. A post from Cee came up with the topic “curve”, “One Word Sunday Challenge – Curve“. Hey, I had just come across two of my photos that fit the theme, couldn’t decide whether they should be in my street photography project or not.

Cee got the nudge from the Travel with Intent blog by Debbie Smyth, specifically the One Word Sunday post “Curve”.

Here then is my modest contribution.

Will these make it into my project? You just have to keep checking Ludwig.Gallery to see. Photos for my Street Photography project are published one a day. Keep checking.

.:. © 2022 Ludwig Keck

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