Sam’s Ses Challenge #4: Hero

Welcome to Sam’s Ses Challenge.

Every weekend, Sam and I will pick a word or phrase as the theme for that week. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to post something Ses-related that you think fits with that week’s challenge. Your contribution can be anything you want, a photograph, a short story… anything. Click here to learn more.

I hope you’ll join in.

This week’s Sam’s Ses Challenge theme is Hero.

Here’s my contribution:

Hero & Machine: The Graceful Mercedes Benz Silver Arrow helped Formula 1 legend Juan Manuel Fangio achieve five World Championships during the 1950s. I found this sculpture in Buenos Aires, the capital of Fangio’s homeland, Argentina.

Hero & Machine: The Graceful Mercedes Benz Silver Arrow helped Formula 1 legend Juan Manuel Fangio achieve five World Championships during the 1950s. I found this sculpture in Buenos Aires, the capital of Fangio’s homeland, Argentina.

The fun will be focused here on my blog, but feel free to play along on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. Just be sure to link back to the challenge on whichever media you choose, to be sure Sam and I get to see it.

This week’s Sam’s Ses Challenge was itself partially inspired by the photo themes Graceful from Ben of The Daily Post, Traces of the Past from Paula of Lost In Translation, and Best of 2016 from Dale of Spun With Tears.

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About Jaspa

Star of my own award-winning adventure novels, Jaspa's Journey. Geocaching addict & F1 fan. Adventure Journeyer & blogger extraordinaire. Check out my website: www.jaspasjourney.com And don’t forget to download the books and see what the buzz is all about!
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4 Responses to Sam’s Ses Challenge #4: Hero

  1. Paula says:

    That’s a beautiful sculpture, Jaspa. I haven’t been to Buenos Aires, but I know how important Formula 1 is for Argentinians. This is a cool share. Thank you.

  2. Pingback: THURSDAY’S SPECIAL: TRACES OF THE PAST Y3-01 | Lost in Translation

  3. Pingback: Graceful: Light Fitting | What's (in) the picture?

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