I put off using this challenge because of the spelling of the plural of the word ROOF.
When I was a girl back in England, the plural of roof was rooves. Nowadays, whilst still being correct, it seems that rooves is considered archaic, with the preference being for roofs. Whatever next?!
Anyway, however you say it, or spell it in your part of the world, the CBBH Challenge for February is the plural of the word ROOF!
We have some very pretty, and sturdy rooves in Spain. You might remember that this is the view from the top of the village of Comares, looking across the rooftops.
And here is the view across the rooftops of Frigiliana, with a photo taken from Calle Alta, the highest street in the village. It’s a fabulous view!
Don’t forget that the CBBH Photo Challenge is a little different from some other challenges, in two ways. First, it’s only once a month – giving you lots of time to consider your entry before the end of the calendar month. Second, and most important, this is a BLOG HOP (after all, it is the CBBH – Conejo Blanco Blog Hop, meaning white rabbit in Spanish), so DON’T FORGET that in your post you need to add links to two blogs that you have visited and commented on during the past month. That way, when we visit each other, we can HOP OVER to your links, connect with others and share a little blog love around!
My Featured Blog Links for this month:
*** Dianne Gray is an Australian author and self-professed mosquito magnet, currently living in Queensland, Australia. Last year Dianne moved a derelict former Rugby Union club-house building to her farm and has transformed it. I don’t know where she finds the energy! OH … and if you ever wondered how cyclones or hurricanes are named – this is the woman to ask.
*** Every week I get messages from people (often in the US) asking about obtaining residency visas, taxes or healthcare. Because I am English and originally lived in the UK, it was a relatively simple process for me to move to live in Spain, because I already lived within the European Union. The Wagoner’s Abroad however, are an American family of four, currently living down the road, in the Spanish town of Almuñecar. They’ve been through the process, and are in a much better position than I to tell you all about the lessons they’ve learned.
Please HOP over and say HELLO to both of my featured links, and tell them Marianne sent you!
So that´s the CBBH Photo Challenge for February, guys.
Remember, all you have to do is post your entry by the end of the month, tag your entry ‘CBBH Photo Challenge’, link back to this blog and, most importantly, don´t forget to add links to any two blogs that you´ve commented on during the past month, so that we can all HOP OVER and have a look. Make sure you FOLLOW THIS BLOG so you don´t miss next month’s exciting challenge!
For more information on how the CBBH Photo Challenge works click here.
I hope everyone taking part enjoys the exposure the CBBH Photo Challenge offers to featured blogs and, who knows, you may end up finding a new favourite! I´m looking forward to seeing your interpretations.
[CBBH logo Image credit: (cc) Mostly Dans]