i have decided to stay nearer home for this post, and show some old, some new, and images with a mix of both.
London is full of old architecture and new. Here, we see an old church, daating from the 12th century and bombed in the blitz of 1941. The ruins have been maintained, and office workers eat their lunch in these peaceful surroundings:
From the banks of the Thames, the skyline is filled with buildings old and new, as here:
Nearer home, I came across this early 20th-century country villa, in the midst of a lovely woodland garden not far from Esher in Surrey. It is a masterpiece of Modernist design, now owned by the National Trust. I was fortunate to see the garden in a blaze of autumn colour one year:
Linked to Lens Artists at Tinas here