Category Archives: Architecture

Steps

A number of different types of steps. Here we have ordinary steps, at Sunderland’s Civic Centre: Here, steps at a Saxon Church in Transylvania: Here, some steps on a mural in Cuba: A cat negotiating some steps in Southern Italy:

Steps

A number of different types of steps. Here we have ordinary steps, at Sunderland’s Civic Centre: Here, steps at a Saxon Church in Transylvania: Here, some steps on a mural in Cuba: A cat negotiating some steps in Southern Italy:

Gothic

I just love the clouds in this…a nod to El Greco’s gloriously oppressive View of Toledo?? And those two black clad individuals, one barely visible in the distance. Otherwise, it’s deserted…

Gothic

I just love the clouds in this…a nod to El Greco’s gloriously oppressive View of Toledo?? And those two black clad individuals, one barely visible in the distance. Otherwise, it’s deserted…

One / 123 Alsace village

I love Alsace – the towns and villages, the scenery, the food – and above all, the wine!  It was finding some of the wine villages that led us there well over a decade ago, and we weren’t disappointed. Some

One / 123 Alsace village

I love Alsace – the towns and villages, the scenery, the food – and above all, the wine!  It was finding some of the wine villages that led us there well over a decade ago, and we weren’t disappointed. Some

Black & White Sunday: Ceiling

Just a couple from the archives, not the best examples, but perhaps something a little different. First up, from a mosque in Turkey: …and the end wall and part of the ceiling from a wooden church in Maramures, Romania: See

Black & White Sunday: Ceiling

Just a couple from the archives, not the best examples, but perhaps something a little different. First up, from a mosque in Turkey: …and the end wall and part of the ceiling from a wooden church in Maramures, Romania: See

One / 122

As I was taking a photograph of the wonderful old buildings lining the canal in Colmar, someone was taking a photograph of our punt…. I don’t think I noticed at the time, but going through the archives, I found this

One / 122

As I was taking a photograph of the wonderful old buildings lining the canal in Colmar, someone was taking a photograph of our punt…. I don’t think I noticed at the time, but going through the archives, I found this

Lookout

A couple of lookouts – From l’Abbaye de Saint Romain in Provence, looking out from the chapel built into the rock (onto the Rhone delta): ..and from the Castillo San Pedro del Morro, Santiago de Cuba: Linked to Lookout at

Lookout

A couple of lookouts – From l’Abbaye de Saint Romain in Provence, looking out from the chapel built into the rock (onto the Rhone delta): ..and from the Castillo San Pedro del Morro, Santiago de Cuba: Linked to Lookout at