Weekly Travel Theme: Brown

I’ve been away for a few days, so no blog posts. When I saw Ailsa’s Travel Theme for this week was ‘Brown’, I thought to myself “great, nice easy one”…. Lucania, visited on my Italy trip this year, was predominantly shades of brown.

So without further ado, here are my offerings, ranging from abandoned or dilapidated to landscape and animals.

Do visit Ailsa’s blog, Where’s my Backpack, for more brown images!

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19 comments

  1. Super shades of brown, Sue. I find myself identifying with the cow so feel it may be bed time.

  2. Love that door, Sue. Want to know what’s behind it!
    Thanks for your responses to my latest posts. Do visit again. (As I will return to yours!)

    • Thanks, Candia! I love doors and windows, and it’s always interesting to speculate what’s behind…perhaps better not to know, sometimes!

  3. Suzanne

    Great take on brown. I really like the one of the hillside.

  4. Nice browns Sue, I really like the door!

  5. Excellent! And how cool of that cat to fit the description – instead of the usual rag bag tabby cat 🙂

  6. this is made with a lot of taste

  7. Great gallery of browns. There’s charm in the abandoned door. Must have been beautiful during its glory. If only it could talk 🙂

    • Thanks, Lola. As for the door, I love old doors that are a bit battered, careworn, atmospheric and with who knows what history….. As you say, if only they could talk (although sometimes it might be best not to know) 🙂

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