History in the Frame

This week, WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is Frame, and over at Ailsa’s blog, it’s all about History. So what better to do than frame history?

Abbaye de Villelongue

Abbaye de Villelongue

 

Prieurė de Serrabone

Prieurė de Serrabone

 

Ch de Puilaurens

Ch de Puilaurens

Follow the links earlier in the post to see more Frames and more History.

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50 comments

  1. All carefully framed, and suitably historical too. Nice job, Sue!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. I’m a sucker for historical places. These framed shots are delightful.

  3. Wonderful frames, Sue! I love the jagged one which has several faces also looking at the view. 🙂

  4. Very nice perspective on this one!

  5. These are beautiful Sue!

  6. Oh, well done, Sue! 🙂 1 is mysterious, 2 is inviting and 3 is purely beautiful. Happy Sunday!

  7. Lovely framing, I especially like the 3rd shot.

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  9. I don’t generally like responses to multiple challenges, Sue, but your photos meet the challenges perfectly and naturally.

    janet

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  12. Love these frame photos! It is always fun to use your surroundings to form a frame of a photo.

  13. Fabulous, the Abbaye looks rugged and authentic, not too pristine like they often do.

    • Sue

      It’s privately owned- I wonder if that has something to do with it? I found a similar lack of over-restoration at the wonderful privately owned Jervaulx abbey in Yorkshire, which I don’t think I have ever posted about.

  14. Lovely images and perfect for both themes.

  15. A lovely collection and such different frames.

  16. nicely framed history.

  17. Framed history – nicely done as usual. I never studied history at uni, even if I like it. Something to regret.

  18. You’ve nailed the both! It’s nice how shadows look like frames too.

    • Sue

      many thanks, Paula …another Spam rescue! Glad you like these, and re: your comment on shadows as frames, it’s somethng I want to do more of. Tricky, as we often don’t get good shadows in this country, and if we do you can be sure it will be too hot for me to do anything! 😦

  19. I have left a comment here yesterday that apparently went to spam. I wrote a post about it last night. I almost never leave a “like” without commenting – not on the blogs of bloggers I am in regular contact with.

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