Monthly Archives: July 2016

Older than 50 years

Posted in answer to Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Older than 50 years. I have aimed to be as diverse as possible, and some of these images have appeared before: Old books: Old letters Old slate mine – ruins

Older than 50 years

Posted in answer to Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Older than 50 years. I have aimed to be as diverse as possible, and some of these images have appeared before: Old books: Old letters Old slate mine – ruins

A little more Praga

It’s too hot to go outside today, so I have been tidying some books away, and having a look at some more of my images from Warsaw – this will be the last batch from Praga district. It is very

A little more Praga

It’s too hot to go outside today, so I have been tidying some books away, and having a look at some more of my images from Warsaw – this will be the last batch from Praga district. It is very

Rescued fonts

Fonts, beautiful fonts…what’s not to like? These were in old neon signage, at Warsaw’s Neon museum – rescued from oblivion  

Rescued fonts

Fonts, beautiful fonts…what’s not to like? These were in old neon signage, at Warsaw’s Neon museum – rescued from oblivion  

Six Word Saturday – Some Cold War era Neon signs

Six words in the title only, and I’m also linking to Cees Photo challenge this week – Signs. During my recent visit to Warsaw, Vivi and I visited a quirky little museum in the middle of nowhere (it seemed) in

Six Word Saturday – Some Cold War era Neon signs

Six words in the title only, and I’m also linking to Cees Photo challenge this week – Signs. During my recent visit to Warsaw, Vivi and I visited a quirky little museum in the middle of nowhere (it seemed) in

Beauty in Decay: Windows of Praga

My blogging sister Vivi has posted today about wandering around a couple of streets in the quarter of Warsaw that was used as a film location for Roman Polanski’s award-winning film “The Pianist” from 2002, and Jo has expressed an interest in seeing

Beauty in Decay: Windows of Praga

My blogging sister Vivi has posted today about wandering around a couple of streets in the quarter of Warsaw that was used as a film location for Roman Polanski’s award-winning film “The Pianist” from 2002, and Jo has expressed an interest in seeing

Indoors

This week, Ailsa has chosen ‘Indoors’ for her travel theme. I couldn’t decide what to post, then I thought of a couple of images I had taken indoors on a cruise ship. In the restaurant at lunchtime, the waiters were

Indoors

This week, Ailsa has chosen ‘Indoors’ for her travel theme. I couldn’t decide what to post, then I thought of a couple of images I had taken indoors on a cruise ship. In the restaurant at lunchtime, the waiters were