“Oneness is not sameness.” ―
A few months ago, while travelling as a passenger after visiting the school where my son teaches, I noticed several rectangular prisms.
The busy city bypass runs alongside the residential council estate where the school is situated.
Last weekend on a visit to the seaside town of Bridlington on the East coast of Yorkshire, I noticed this apartment block on the seafront, and I couldn’t help feeling sympathy for the residents of the homes behind the building, they have lost their magnificent sea view. Why do planners do this?
This week I drove down to my dentist in the nearby market town of Otley in the Wharfe Valley. It was market day, so when my appointment had finished I walked towards the town square where the market is held.
I enjoy wandering around the market. Lots of stalls selling fresh vegetables and always excellent quality, the very tempting bakery stall, the sweet (candy) stall that was equally tempting but was very easy to resist seeing as I’d just left the dentist! The usual clothing, shoes, handbags and travel goods, DIY and many others. My favourite is the saddlers stall run by The Rat Catcher, I love the smell of leather and the array of riding accessories.
As I passed the stationers , I stopped to admire the jigsaws in the window display. I may pop down again when the weekend storms have passed and buy a couple of these; it’s a while since I did a jigsaw.
Passing the Conservative club, I realised that it too was just right for the challenge; it looks like a cube here, but that’s just the camera angle. As I walked away from the market square I passed a stone wall, even the stones themselves were rectangular in shape!
Walking back towards my car, I stopped off at the Art Gallery and spotted the perfect colour match that I could use for GC’s October colour challenge, but that’s a closely guarded secret until next weekend!
(C) SueW-nansfarm.net 2019 Photo Challenge Rectangular Prism from Weekly Prompts