Category Archives: Architecture

Six Word Saturday: Something Solid the Romans left Behind

On a minor road somewhere in France, the remains of an aqueduct Linked to Six Word Saturday at Debbie’s  here Advertisements

Six Word Saturday: Something Solid the Romans left Behind

On a minor road somewhere in France, the remains of an aqueduct Linked to Six Word Saturday at Debbie’s  here

Thursday’s Special: Pick a Word in August Y3

Paula has given us a few words to chose from…I’m going for Fortified and Submerged A couple of images for Fortified – an old ruined castle in North Wales and a Maginot line fort I did consider I should include an

Thursday’s Special: Pick a Word in August Y3

Paula has given us a few words to chose from…I’m going for Fortified and Submerged A couple of images for Fortified – an old ruined castle in North Wales and a Maginot line fort I did consider I should include an

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Patterns

Ann Christine has asked us to show patterns, so here goes Patterns in Nature: Folds in the rolling countryside form gentle patterns: Varied patterns of lentil fields in Umbria …and patterns of Windows on the facade of a derelict building:

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Patterns

Ann Christine has asked us to show patterns, so here goes Patterns in Nature: Folds in the rolling countryside form gentle patterns: Varied patterns of lentil fields in Umbria …and patterns of Windows on the facade of a derelict building:

In sight of the Golden Roof

Another found print, this one from early 1985, and no negative. A scene in the Altstadt of Innsbruck, snow and slush on the streets and the Goldenes Dachl (Golden Roof) in the frame. Much detail has been lost in the

In sight of the Golden Roof

Another found print, this one from early 1985, and no negative. A scene in the Altstadt of Innsbruck, snow and slush on the streets and the Goldenes Dachl (Golden Roof) in the frame. Much detail has been lost in the

Note to self…never chuck Negatives

Well, it’s a bit late now! But over the years, with house moves especially, it’s easy to get rid of stuff. Yesterday, in the heat, I thought I would do some gentle sorting….I didn’t get far, because I came across

Note to self…never chuck Negatives

Well, it’s a bit late now! But over the years, with house moves especially, it’s easy to get rid of stuff. Yesterday, in the heat, I thought I would do some gentle sorting….I didn’t get far, because I came across

The Impossible Journey

Seen recently, this beautiful shiny train coach is bound for Ilfracombe…. Really? This was Ilfracombe station as it was being torn down in 1972: …it only survives in the memory

The Impossible Journey

Seen recently, this beautiful shiny train coach is bound for Ilfracombe…. Really? This was Ilfracombe station as it was being torn down in 1972: …it only survives in the memory

One Word Sunday: Chimney

Here’s a very solid chimney at the ruined lead mine of Frongoch near Pontrhydygroes, Ceredigion, mid-Wales as it was in the mid 1980s: Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here

One Word Sunday: Chimney

Here’s a very solid chimney at the ruined lead mine of Frongoch near Pontrhydygroes, Ceredigion, mid-Wales as it was in the mid 1980s: Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here