32 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Reward

      • Oslo never sounded more attractive. It’s not happening any time too soon, but now it’s the latest location on my bucket list 😉 I’m seriously intrigued by what I see in your photos – not just this one.

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  2. Very, very, clever shot for this week’s challenge. It’s quite a bit of a sculpture and work of art, out in public like that. You won’t see anything like that in Malaysia or Singapore, they’d have nothing of it. Magnificent images 😀

  3. Kinky !!! Aah……now I am intrigued 😉
    A trip to Oslo has never seemed more attractive 😉 😛
    And we have missed you. Glad to see your post 🙂

    • Thanks Andy! I’m still in the endless process of moving, but I have some drafts saved up that I can post. My new place was supposed to be ready for the 1st of April, but as it turns out it’s not ready until the end of April or perhaps mid-April.

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    • I have no idea who’s the sculptor or what the sculpture is called, but it’s a park/forest area with a lot of sculptures that are all dedicated to women.

      • Interesting 🙂 In my part of the world women are celebrated as saints (Madonna), or martyrs, but not in this sense.

  5. Superb B&W composition . So many interpretations……. brought this to mind,

    from Leonard Cohen – “Boogie Street”

    O Crown of Light, O Darkened One,
    I never thought we’d meet.
    You kiss my lips, and then it’s done:
    I’m back on Boogie Street.

    And O my love, I still recall
    The pleasures that we knew;
    The rivers and the waterfall,
    Wherein I bathed with you.
    Bewildered by your beauty there,
    I’d kneel to dry your feet.
    By such instructions you prepare
    A man for Boogie Street.

    So come, my friends, be not afraid.
    We are so lightly here.
    It is in love that we are made;
    In love we disappear.
    Tho’ all the maps of blood and flesh
    Are posted on the door,
    There’s no one who has told us yet
    What Boogie Street is for.

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