Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Multiples

Coins in the fountain

Coins in the fountain


When I saw Ailsa’s new theme, I thought I might not do it, as I was sure I didn’t have any suitable pics for it. However, going through some of my photos, I was amazed to find lots of multiples in them.

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77 comments on “Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Multiples

  1. If you want to get a head get a hat ! I always end up with a squished one too 😦
    Super choices AD .

  2. Fab images AD! You forgot the Terracota warriors! Quite like I forgot the red unmbrellas from Ipanema…..but that would have been one too many πŸ™‚

    • Thanks so much, Madhu. I didn’t forget the warriors. I decided not to put them in, as I’d used them before for a challenge. I’m saving them for another time which I’m sure will come around soon. πŸ˜€

  3. These are great, it’s surprising how we find just the right thing isn’t it? Mind you my photo collection is becoming so large that soon I won’t be able to find what I do have!

  4. they are all so beautiful photographs but my favorite one is the fountain with this lovely face! Amazing. Thank you, dear AD, love, nia

  5. You must have thousands of photos – what a fantastic way to keep the memories alive! I loved these, very cool. That fountain pic could be an entire story on it’s own πŸ˜€

      • i could see that there are small ones too.. maybe there’s a healthy population of alligator in their area thus they could afford to display and sell them at souvenir shops.. in some areas, they are a protective specie.. i will not buy either if i’m there.. πŸ™‚

  6. So many clever examples .. it is hard to chose the favourite one πŸ™‚ .. gators probably, duckies, nah .. bananas…. πŸ˜€ Wonderful post, Sylvia!!!!

  7. Wonderful photos and multiples. It’s funny how we see one thing in a photo and on second look see another.


  8. Hi,
    A great collection of photos, and I love how you have set them out with a description of what they are very nice. πŸ™‚
    I really like the view and the birds taken from the kitchen window, magnificent.

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