A Word A Week Challenge – Industrial
Once a week I dip into my Old English Dictionary and pick a word that the page falls open on. The challenge is to post a blog on what that word means to you. Most people take a photograph but if you want to write a short story or poem we welcome any genre. Please link back to this post in your blog so others can follow the thread and take part or read other entries. If you would like to take part on a regular basis hit the follow key and an email will be sent out to you each week with the new word of the week. I like to share your entries with the wider community so if you would like me to do this add the tag ‘A Word A Week Photo Challenge’ to your tags section and I will reblogg a few entries each week.
A little more challenging this week. Building sites, cranes, modern cities, factories, industry. What does industrial mean to you?
Pictures taken in Launceston Tasmania.
Railways works, Launceston
Oats factory, Launceston
Flour Mill, Launceston
Notice in Smithy workshop, Launceston
Old abandoned factory, Launceston
These pictures were taken in Mielbourne of industrial landscapes.
Cottage industry in Equador