Category Archives: ancient architecture

Transient

I thought of Street Art, which is definitely transient, but then I decided to revert to type and show a bit of decay – the remains of things are testament to their existence as viable entities at one time but

Transient

I thought of Street Art, which is definitely transient, but then I decided to revert to type and show a bit of decay – the remains of things are testament to their existence as viable entities at one time but

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Someone got in the shot, so I decided it could be a ‘One’

One / 87

Someone got in the shot, so I decided it could be a ‘One’

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As seen in the outer courtyard of the Mezquita in Cordoba. Just look at the strength of that October sun!

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As seen in the outer courtyard of the Mezquita in Cordoba. Just look at the strength of that October sun!

Weekly Photo Challenge: Endurance & Travel Challenge: Strong

Now this may not be the best combination of challenges that I have attempted, but it works for me! Over at the WordPress Daily Post we are asked to show images that say Endurance, and Ailsa of ‘Where’s my Backpack?’

Weekly Photo Challenge: Endurance & Travel Challenge: Strong

Now this may not be the best combination of challenges that I have attempted, but it works for me! Over at the WordPress Daily Post we are asked to show images that say Endurance, and Ailsa of ‘Where’s my Backpack?’

Weekly Travel Theme: Ancient

Ailsa has chosen ‘Ancient’ as the travel theme for this week. I am travelling in time here as well – all these images are from the 1980s. I have chosen Greek and Roman ruins to illustrate this. Firstly, the Asklepion of

Weekly Travel Theme: Ancient

Ailsa has chosen ‘Ancient’ as the travel theme for this week. I am travelling in time here as well – all these images are from the 1980s. I have chosen Greek and Roman ruins to illustrate this. Firstly, the Asklepion of