Black & White Sunday: Tribe (response to Guest Challenge)

Today’s challenger that appeared as a guest on my blog Guilhem asked us to post a photo/several photos that would fit the theme tribe. He was lucky enough to go to South Africa where he spent several days in the mountains of Drakensberg with Sotho tribe.

I did not have such opportunity and no matter how hard I thought of doing an alternative interpretation of tribe which can really be any group of animals, or even things, I found an easy way out by capturing a wall that has now been pulled down in my neighbourhood.

 

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Β I hope you will join us and find something you can capture that would be related to “tribe” theme. Have a great Sunday!

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To be able to see the entries click on the links bellow:Β 

Wild Horses

Tribe by Artistic Explorations

Cardinal’s take on tribe

Klara’s take on tribe

Ladyleemanila’s take on tribe

Irene’s Tribe

Elephant Tribe versus Man Tribe

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60 thoughts on “Black & White Sunday: Tribe (response to Guest Challenge)

  1. Ah, another tribe gone extinct?
    Lovely wall Paula (you know I’m a street art fan) and what a shame it has gone. I know street artists have to accept that their work is normally temporary, but it must be sad for them to see their creation pulled down.

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    • Well noticed, Draco, but I was in an actual tribe I would pay them the same respect and would treat them with the same involvment as I do with my animals πŸ™‚

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  5. Seriously not well, Paula? I wasn’t wanting to bother you this week because of your state of health but I came here this morning looking for your Special and now I’m feeling seriously anxious. Hugs, darlin’. πŸ™‚

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