Through a doorway or Through a portal to the past?

Paula has chose ‘Through’ as her theme for B&W Sunday  today….. I am returning to everyday life and blogging after more than a month. I have had a nice restful time away, but am finding my return quite a challenge as I am having to do so many chores, very wearying!

Anyway, here is ‘Through’ as I have interpreted it (no prizes for guessing where I took this):

a portal to a Colonial Past

See more Through at Paula’s here.

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49 comments

  1. Oh dear – even the word chore wears me out!
    But I love your image – of course!

    • Sue

      Tee hee! Glad you like the photograph, I would have loved to have crossed the threshold and explored, but that would have been trespassing, and very rude of me

  2. Good to see you back, Sue. My goodness, this place looks like it needs a makeover. 🙂

  3. Full of atmosphere, and inspires thoughts and ideas too.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. Just a frontier between the life as we know and the life as it is to other people.

  5. Emilio Pasquale

    Love this image. Quite foreboding. Wouldn’t want to be exploring alone in there.

  6. So happy to “see” you again, Sue. As for your return: one thing at a time! Go gently.

  7. What a classic look! It would make a great puzzle. I know what you mean about coming back. I took my first blogging and internet break in five years in January and it was blissful. It’s too easy to get lost in the admittedly enjoyable blogging world but all those chores are still there when I get off. 😦

    janet

  8. Pingback: BLACK & WHITE SUNDAY: THROUGH | Lost in Translation

  9. Welcome back. I’ve missed you. And you come back with a multiple flourish. No one else could have produced this photo, so doubly, nay triply, (at least) apt to the theme. Have a Potato Point hug.

  10. First of all it is so nice to have you back in blogosphere and secondly it is a pleasure to have you participate, thirdly I would not even try to guess, but tell me was it an easy guess for most followers?

  11. Cuba! I knew it (I should have known it) 😛 to me. The photo is great. I want to see it in colour too.

  12. Amy

    It kind of sad, like its history… Great photo, Sue!

  13. Gorgeous, Sue – just like you!

  14. You bounced back, with a little Cuban effort at the good life 🙂 🙂

  15. Great shot for your return! Welcome back!

  16. What a great building. Lovely photo

  17. A moment in time – that hallway would have many stories. Good to see you back Sue!

  18. Wow, imagine that place in it’s prime!

  19. Wow! I love this photo…I’m new to your blog and to blogging. I love photos like yours which reflect decay…both sad and beautiful in its own way.

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