WWC: High & Low

Well here it is Tuesday again. Time for the Weekly Word Challenge, brought to us by the lovely Tink of Pickled Beef. The words for this week are High and Low.

Now just to keep you on your toes, I have decided to not separate them as I usually do, I am alternating the words this week.

Here we go (click to enlarge any of the photos):

A High round object

A Low round object

The High Level Bridge

The Low Level Bridge

High-tech mail

Low-tech mail

High-tech mouse (well track ball, but wait for it)

Low-tech mouse (see, worth the wait?)

Dad in Highland kilt with bagpipes (we are Swedish descent btw)

Sorry, no lowland dress, so will have to go with Low ground!

I know, I am a bit sick.

Yes, the city forefathers were so name challenged as to call them the High Level bridge & the Low Level bridge. On the other hand, it took them almost 50 years to complete the Low Level bridge!

Some of the WWC bloggers have joined together and made a Flickr group, so if you would like to see more photos, just drop on by. If you would like to visit my Flickr page, go here. If you think you would like to join in the fun visit Tink and she will set you on the right track.

Have a good day all.


Jay said...

Those were all very clever. I especially liked the high tech and low tech mail. Great job!

Reb said...

Thanks Jay. I stumped myself on a couple at first.

MizFit said...

I want the lowtechmouse please.

I have a lot of writing to do this morning and methinks it looks furrycomforting ;)

gary rith said...

Jay said it, that IS CLEVER, all your pairings!

Leah J. Utas said...

Nice work with the High and Low level bridges. Beautiful, artistic rendering of low-tech mail.
Good to see your dad on the pipes again. Nice touch.

Janet said...

Love the low tech mail! and your Dad in a kilt, woohoo!

g-man said...

Nicely done. I especially liked the first two. (I am partial to the moon and all things spacey.

Reb said...

Mizfit, you'll have to ask Sibu!

Gary, thanks.

Leah, thanks. The bridges were the first thing that came to me. That is one of the best photos I have of dad all kilted up.

Janet, thanks. I thought about starting a letter, but I am so out of practice. He did look good in a kilt.

Thanks G-man. I got the ground ball last night to go with it.

Anonymous said...

I love the word play!
Low tech mail with a quill? NICE. And I love your moon shot. Your dad looks good in a kilt!

And thank you for not having a "real" mouse! Cat toys much preferred!

Reb said...

Kcinnova, there is no way I would have a real mouse! Thanks, I even know how to use the quill.

Chatty said...

Clever Reb! I especially like your moon - and your dad in full kilt attire, playing the pipes (well, naturally I would love THAT!) I've said it before, and I'll say it again - men look fabulous in kilts! But, now that I think about it, I don't think I've ever heard any Swedish bagpipe tunes ; )

Chatty said...

PS - "low tech" mail was lovely!

Chatty said...

Oh, and the mousies - both of them - too!

Tink said...

I love the low-tech mouse. Hehe. Great job this week. I like the alternating words.

Reb said...

Chatty, thanks. If dad had known any Swedish tunes, he would have figured out how to play them on the pipes. He had an amazing ear for music and could play "Maple Sugar" on the pipes. (Old country reel)

Tink, thanks. That was the only one I could find ;)

Knight said...

Great pic of dad. I love the colors and shadow play. Very fun.

Reb said...

Thanks Knight!

the Bag Lady said...

Well, shoot, I could've sworn I commented here this morning.....

Great photos, sis. Love the moon shot, and of course, dad in the kilt.
Good job!

Reb said...

Thanks Sis. I like that shot of dad too.

Barbara Martin said...

You forgot about "Normal School" (fits in there with High Level Bridge and Low Level Bridge).