Category Archives: Architecture

Perspective (29) – Roof perspective

Got lazy today, loads to do, so a square I’ve shown before:   Linked to July Squares at Becky’s here

Perspective (29) – Roof perspective

Got lazy today, loads to do, so a square I’ve shown before:   Linked to July Squares at Becky’s here

Perspective (28) – Street Perspective

A street scene complete with cobbles and a lone bicycle – this is the Krämerbrucke (Merchants bridge) in Erfurt, as seen in 2001: From the outside, does it add to the sense of a mini Ponte Vecchia? Depends on your

Perspective (28) – Street Perspective

A street scene complete with cobbles and a lone bicycle – this is the Krämerbrucke (Merchants bridge) in Erfurt, as seen in 2001: From the outside, does it add to the sense of a mini Ponte Vecchia? Depends on your

Perspective (27) – Café Perspective

Early morning coffee at the Jewish quarter, Krakow Linked to July Squares at Becky’s here  

Perspective (27) – Café Perspective

Early morning coffee at the Jewish quarter, Krakow Linked to July Squares at Becky’s here  

Nosy….

I must confess too being nosy when I see an abandoned building Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here

Nosy….

I must confess too being nosy when I see an abandoned building Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here

Perspectives (23) – A Medieval street Perspective

Cobbled street and unrestored medieval buildings in Quedlinburg, eastern Germany, a year or three after the fall of the Wall: Wish I had taken more images, but that was the days of film, and as I recall it was getting

Perspectives (23) – A Medieval street Perspective

Cobbled street and unrestored medieval buildings in Quedlinburg, eastern Germany, a year or three after the fall of the Wall: Wish I had taken more images, but that was the days of film, and as I recall it was getting

Perspective (22) – Through the Pines, to the Castle

Ten years ago when we visited the Cathar castles I used all the strength I had to drag myself up to one of the castles (Quertinheux)   at Lastours because I wanted to see the views from across there to

Perspective (22) – Through the Pines, to the Castle

Ten years ago when we visited the Cathar castles I used all the strength I had to drag myself up to one of the castles (Quertinheux)   at Lastours because I wanted to see the views from across there to

Perspective (14) – What the Romans Saw

Well, just one tiny part of their empire. As I have never been to Rome (yes, really…..the closest I got was Fiumcino airport), I thought I would show the interior walkway through another coliseum type thing (at Nimes) – Linked

Perspective (14) – What the Romans Saw

Well, just one tiny part of their empire. As I have never been to Rome (yes, really…..the closest I got was Fiumcino airport), I thought I would show the interior walkway through another coliseum type thing (at Nimes) – Linked

Perspective (13) – A Revolutionary Perspective

That bigger blue balcony in Santiago de Cuba is where Fidel Castro announced victory 60 years ago…. Linked to July Squares at Becky’s here

Perspective (13) – A Revolutionary Perspective

That bigger blue balcony in Santiago de Cuba is where Fidel Castro announced victory 60 years ago…. Linked to July Squares at Becky’s here