Category Archives: Ruins

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

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

Far from home…

In another world….I was trying to find an old post I did on some ruins in Virginia Water, and even had fellow bloggger Margaret on the fruitless search….I must have imagined posting After all, it is a decade ago that

Far from home…

In another world….I was trying to find an old post I did on some ruins in Virginia Water, and even had fellow bloggger Margaret on the fruitless search….I must have imagined posting After all, it is a decade ago that

Floodlight

  The Abbazia de San Galgano by floodlight. Alas, this image was carelessly taken, and not very sharp.But I think there is a certain mystery to it, so I show it on this blog for the first time because it

Floodlight

  The Abbazia de San Galgano by floodlight. Alas, this image was carelessly taken, and not very sharp.But I think there is a certain mystery to it, so I show it on this blog for the first time because it

One Word Sunday: Home

I don’t think this place has been home to anyone for a while: Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here

One Word Sunday: Home

I don’t think this place has been home to anyone for a while: Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here

Azorean ruin

Jo’s walk today had me thinking about when I spent a very brief time on Sáo Miguel, and visited Sete Cidades. As we travelled in the coach, my eye was taken by the aqueduct (Muro das Nove Janelas) that Jo shows

Azorean ruin

Jo’s walk today had me thinking about when I spent a very brief time on Sáo Miguel, and visited Sete Cidades. As we travelled in the coach, my eye was taken by the aqueduct (Muro das Nove Janelas) that Jo shows

Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge #53: Your Choice

Well, I have to come up with a subject dear to my heart- Beauty in Decay This is one of my very first images of decay…..as old industrial ruins, a ruined Welsh slate mine. I had planned a youth hostelling

Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge #53: Your Choice

Well, I have to come up with a subject dear to my heart- Beauty in Decay This is one of my very first images of decay…..as old industrial ruins, a ruined Welsh slate mine. I had planned a youth hostelling

Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge #51: Unique

I am getting this in within a whisker of this week’s theme being announced….I wanted to try and complete each weeks’ theme! So, what’s unique in my world? I decided to go for the blitz relic that is St Dunstan

Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge #51: Unique

I am getting this in within a whisker of this week’s theme being announced….I wanted to try and complete each weeks’ theme! So, what’s unique in my world? I decided to go for the blitz relic that is St Dunstan