This is my second attempt at Alisa’s theme “Multiples” for this week. While I like nature and photographing nature, I also like photographing still objects. For a change, this post is not about nature.
Again, my photos are taken in various places. I am glad that I can show them in a set under a theme. On their own, it would be rather difficult to present the individual pictures. When drafting this post, I looked up the dictionary for the meaning of multiple. Usually, I am given a mathematical interpretation as to what is a multiple. I guess multiple may mean more than two (which is called couple or duplet etc). Here are some of the “Multiples” which have impressed us in our travels.
High up in Shangrila, Yunnan, we spotted these multiple timber screen doors in a temple. We liked the fine wood carving and the gold color on them.
Some very Chinese styled red lanterns at “Yellow Crane Tower”, a historic tower in WuChang, China, swaying in the wind.
Multiple umbrellas affording shade to visitors in the Resonant Desert in Inner Mongolia, China.
Multiple Aobaos at the Masuoleum of Genghis Khan in Inner Mongolia.
Multiple columns to the Celcus Library at Ephesus, Turkey.
Multiple columns and facades at the Dolmacbache Palace, facing the Bospohrus in Istanbul, Turkey.
Multiple ornamental columns and statues arranged in a semi-circle at Hero Square, Budapest.
Multiple arches seen in Lithuania, while travelling in the Baltic countries.
So, the world is full of interesting “Multiples”!