The October theme days is lines. and many cdp bloggers will be joining in. No doubt we will all interpret the genre in different ways, some lateral some abstract. It is also ABC Wednesday so again I have combined the two themes.
This is part of The Laxey Wheel, in Laxey of course, not Ramsey, which I have covered in previous posts, is the largest working water wheel in the world, built in 1854. This part of the wheel features many shapes, textures and interjecting rods of metal and wood creating for me several varied layered lines.
Two Manx words for you.
Keekal - means peeping
Kibbinagh - means spiked
The lines I thought were both spiked and peeping out from behind each layer. Many words begin with K in the Manx Language, but these suited the lines theme best.
To view thumbnails of other participants to the theme, view the CDPB portal
Try and visit someone you've never visited before. It's the ideal day to do it.
Want to join ABC got the lovely hostess with the mostest, MRS NESBITT'S PLACE