Hugh’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Week 25 – Music

This week is a very important week in our household. Why? Because it’s Eurovision week. Yes, The Eurovision Song Contest is upon us once again and that’s why I chose Music as this week’s theme.

The only musical instruments I’ve ever been able to play are the Tambourine and the Triangle. I guess most people can play them? One thing I do enjoy is listening to my Niece playing the piano.

Anna Plays The Piano

In this photo, not only was she a Bridesmaid, but she also played the piano while guests enjoyed drinks before the Wedding reception.

This week, take or choose a photo that depicts music. Maybe it’s a photo you took at a music concert, a photo of your favourite music album or artist, or maybe it’s a photo of a music festival you attended? Maybe you have a photo of you playing a musical instrument or how about somebody dancing?

Want to join the fun? Here’s what you need to do.

1. Take or choose a photo that you’ve taken which depicts Music.
2. Create a new post on your blog entitled “Hugh’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Week 25 – “Music”
3. Add the photo(s) you have taken to the post and tell us a little about what you are showing.
4. Create a pingback to this post or leave a link to your post in the comments section so other participants can view the post.

Not sure how to create a pingback? Click here for a step by step guide on how to create one.

Last week’s challenge was all about hats. My goodness, you lot certainly surprised me with all the different types, styles and number of hats you came up with. It was so much fun looking through all the entries and this week I’ve decided to showcase six entries.

Eloise, at Thoughts By Mello-Elo, was one of the first to enter the challenge and showed us not only the hat she wears when on holiday, but also a fantastic view of the scenery she encountered. Looks to me as if she is certainly enjoying the recent trip she took.

Linda, at Spiritual Dragonfly, tells me that she loves wearing hats. I could tell that by the photos she posted. I must say that hats certainly do suit her and that she looks terrific in them. 

Both Ritu, at But I Smile Anyway and Marje, at Kyrosmagica had so much fun with the challenge that I couldn’t resist including them both. Just take a look at their posts and you’ll see what I mean. 

When I saw the first photo that Dennis, at A Trivial Mind At Work, had on his post, it was another ‘couldn’t resist’ moment for me. This is a photo that also oozes fun.

Norm, at Norm 2.0, not only gives us a rare photo of the man behind ‘Thursday Doors‘ wearing some of his hats, but he also included a great photo of an object that had been crowned with a hat. This is what hats are all about. Fun, fun, fun.

Thank you to everyone that entered photos for the challenge.

Entries for this week’s challenge are open until Monday 16th May 2016 and I’ll showcase at least five entries when announcing the next challenge. Have fun!

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98 thoughts on “Hugh’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Week 25 – Music

  1. Stunning photo of your niece playing the piano. She also made a beautiful bridesmaid in that lovely blue dress. I’m sure she played lovely music during the reception – she looks very happy making music 🙂

    I think you have one up on me, Hugh. I only managed to play triangle at school. Actually, I was the only one in my class who couldn’t an instrument like the violin or trumpet, so they gave me a triangle so I could play with the school orchestra. I was bad at it. Each time I hit the triangle, it would spin and that is a sign that one is not a good triangle player. Eventually I did learn the recorder but I did make a lot of squeaks each time I played it. I was not even good at percussion like you on the tambourine – I find it so hard to hold a steady beat and I think that was why I wasn’t put on drums in the school orchestra 😀

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    1. She loves playing the piano, Mabel. We could listen to her for hours. She’s even written some of her own music but is too shy to publish it. I keep pushing her, but there’s only so much an Uncle can do!

      lol, I love that I’m not the only one that can not play musical instruments. However, it sounds as if you have a tougher time than me at playing the Triangle. I did also play the recorder, but all I could play was ‘Three Blind Mice.’ If I could be in a band then I’d love to be the drummer because it looks like so much fun.

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      1. That is so creative of your niece. Keep persisting, Hugh. A little more encouragement can go a long way!

        You know what? I’ve always wanted to play the drums too for the exact same reason. I’ve heard that if someone cannot play violin, bass, piano etc., then they would be chucked on drums because it isn’t that hard. I have to disagree. Art has to be learnt 😀

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