I’ve been curating odd pictures for Squares for about a month. I never have enough, but today I’m going to try to combine odd with windows, doors and trios. We will see how it goes.
Remember the only rule with squares is that you square your picture and find a connection to the theme. Odd can be a number, something strange or unique, or something curious. You might have other ideas about odd.
I Squarely Lost my Head! That’s Odd
Three Odd Thursday Trios
Thursday Doors & Monday Windows
These first doors might seem a bit odd to us today. In the 1600s-1700s they were quite normal. The first house is much more advanced than the homes in Jamestown. Yet, it was not nearly as sophisticated as most of the houses we saw there. It just happened to have three windows – a triple-dip on one photo. It’s square, a little odd in that it’s off by itself off the beaten path, and it has doors and three windows. SCORE!
The last house door seems a bit drafty. I took the picture in 2008 and I don’t remember the reason for the draftiness except possibly to show us how houses in the 1600s were constructed. We take our sturdily constructed homes for granted. I loved the old Post Office Building in Washington D.C. It just so happened that there were three doors and three windows. SCORE AGAIN!!!
Challenges that Inspired SquareOdds Challenge #3
UPDATES ON ALWAYS WRITE
- If you host or participate regularly in a challenge and would like an interview on Always Write contact me by email at email@example.com.
- COMING UP ON TUESDAY, KL CALEY’S NEW SHORT STORY, “HANDLE WITH CAUTION” ON STORY CHAT!
- For a list of topics for WQW 2022 check out my page.
Now it’s your turn.
Thanks so much for stopping by and having fun with SQUARE ODDS, TRIOS, DOORS, AND WINDOWS.