Category Archives: Architecture

Deep in the Forest / 7

As we walked into the forest, passing a good number of ruins of cars, we came across a decidedly fragile looking wooden structure, seriously dilapidated and leaning drunkenly. It looked as if one strong gust of wind would have it

Deep in the Forest / 7

As we walked into the forest, passing a good number of ruins of cars, we came across a decidedly fragile looking wooden structure, seriously dilapidated and leaning drunkenly. It looked as if one strong gust of wind would have it

Collage (sort of)

Short of faffing around for ages, this is my attempt at a collage of some lovely summer cottages I saw in Landskrona recently: Linked to WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge here.

Collage (sort of)

Short of faffing around for ages, this is my attempt at a collage of some lovely summer cottages I saw in Landskrona recently: Linked to WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge here.

Bridge

Here is an image of a railway bridge with silhouettes of people going about their lives, crossing from one platform to another…..so far, so literal. But this week, WordPress has asked us for our take on Bridge..so, the image above

Bridge

Here is an image of a railway bridge with silhouettes of people going about their lives, crossing from one platform to another…..so far, so literal. But this week, WordPress has asked us for our take on Bridge..so, the image above

Pleasure of Ruins / 5 Jervaulx Abbey

5 years ago, I ventured North to see a longstanding friend who I see all too rarely these days. Whilst there I got to revisit Rievaulx Abbey, and this enchanting, privately owned abbey, also one of the great Cistercian abbeys

Pleasure of Ruins / 5 Jervaulx Abbey

5 years ago, I ventured North to see a longstanding friend who I see all too rarely these days. Whilst there I got to revisit Rievaulx Abbey, and this enchanting, privately owned abbey, also one of the great Cistercian abbeys

Postcards from my Past / 6 Some eerie ruins in mid Wales

Many years ago, over 40 in fact, I came across a copy of Country Life in a waiting room. Flicking through idly as one does, there was an article about an abandoned mine in the Ystwyth valley in Wales. There

Postcards from my Past / 6 Some eerie ruins in mid Wales

Many years ago, over 40 in fact, I came across a copy of Country Life in a waiting room. Flicking through idly as one does, there was an article about an abandoned mine in the Ystwyth valley in Wales. There