Squares, Lines & Rectangles makes this a CFFC too!

The theme is lines and squares, and your lines can be long, short, straight or curvy. They might be horizontal, vertical, diagonal, perpendicular or even zig zag.  You can even have them intersecting, natural, singular or in stripes. As whatever your line everyone is welcome in square photographs.

Here’s how squares works:

  • Create your square post, and include a pingback to one of my daily square posts
  • You can also add a link to your post in the comments on my post
  • To make it easy for others to find you and to generate interest across the web do include this month’s tag lines&squares
  • And if you spot another great challenge such as Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge do feel free to combine
  • Preferably post daily but you can also post all 31 in one go at the end of the month, just join us weekly or even pop in and out with your squares.
  • It would also be fabulous if at least once in the month you made time to enjoy one or more of the square galleries
  • The only rule you must follow is that your main photograph must be square in shape!

73 thoughts

  1. I like the textured background of your letters, Becky. Mine are from signs that graced our neighborhood a year or two ago. One of the things I’m enjoying about this challenge is the number of posts from England. I am currently in need of therapy for my addiction to British detective mysteries, but I’m even more disabled being able to see more photos of places my novels take me to. Thanks my friends across the pond.

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    1. I’m waving from the other side of the pond as you’re in an area I was visiting regularly up until a few years ago. My cousin has place in Tahoe!

      Glad you’re enjoying the English posts, which British detective novels are you currently addicted to?

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      1. It all began with P.D. James, then Elizabeth George who is from here but is really into British everything. I joined Kindle Unlimited and have found a number of authors who write series and they are free–most from Joffe Books. Faith Martin, J.R Ellis and I just began one set in Wales by Pippa McCathie. Light reading, great characters and very atmospheric. There are more. My Kindle is full of them, waiting to be read.

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