Mind the Gap! That’s something I heard often when travelling on the London Underground. The gap being referred to was the sometimes rather large gap between the station platform and the entrance to the carriage. I remember looking down into that gap and wondering what monsters may be down there. *Stop right there, Hugh, this is not one of your horror short stories.*
Here’s a photo that has a happier gap in it.
Of course, there will have once been a wall where that gap now is, but on this particular sunny day, the gap revealed some blue sky and bits of fluffy white clouds.
This week your challenge is to take a photo of a gap. It could be a gap between two buildings or maybe that gap in your garden fence. Maybe there’s a gap that your pet dog squeezes through or a gap that a child has between…
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