Weekly Photo Challenge: Look Up

This week’s photo challenge is ‘Look up‘. Most people take their photos from the top of the Eiffel Tower or in front of it, but this a view from underneath. Let me know what you think!

If you’re still reading (and have noticed my *ahem* prolonged absence) I just want to apologise for the unintended hiatus. Blogging has always been a precarious activity for me, and one I’m best at when I have just the right number of other tasks to complete. It is my refuge when I have to read four books a week, but becomes bit too much when exams come around. On the other hand, when I find myself with nearly nothing to do, I lose the drive to be productive. I let ideas sit in my head instead of churning them out and posting them.

I’m using the weekly photo challenge as a step back into the blogging world. This website has seen more activity in the past few years than ever before, and I don’t want to ruin that. So hopefully, this post is the first of more to come this month. Rest assured that some Friday Fictioneers and Resolution Recaps are on their way, along with the usual ramblings and rants (and lots of alliteration, it seems).

Stay tuned, and until next time!

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15 Comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Look Up

    • Thank you! Of course, I took the customary “holding up the Eiffel Tower” shot as well, but felt this one fit the theme better. 😛 Glad you like it!

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  1. Grat point. There’s also an interesting view from the back of the Eiffel Tower!

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