Posts Tagged: One Word Sunday

High

I found Italy good for images from heights…here we are looking down from the top of the Torre Guinigi in Lucca: Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here

High

I found Italy good for images from heights…here we are looking down from the top of the Torre Guinigi in Lucca: Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here

Curve

My favourite roads are curvy roads, and because I’ve shown my favourite road (the Stelvio pass) a number of times before, here’s one from the region of Maramures in Romania: Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here

Curve

My favourite roads are curvy roads, and because I’ve shown my favourite road (the Stelvio pass) a number of times before, here’s one from the region of Maramures in Romania: Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here

Straight

Well, like Debbie I have had to use an image of a fence for my ‘straight’ as I couldn’t immediately find anything else: Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here

Straight

Well, like Debbie I have had to use an image of a fence for my ‘straight’ as I couldn’t immediately find anything else: Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here

Fly

I wasn’t going to take images of a grotty insect called a fly (and can’t quickly lay my hands on an air balloon image) so here is a stork showing us how it can fly: Linked to One Word Sunday

Fly

I wasn’t going to take images of a grotty insect called a fly (and can’t quickly lay my hands on an air balloon image) so here is a stork showing us how it can fly: Linked to One Word Sunday

Dust

Dust in the air Or dust on a surface: Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here “

Dust

Dust in the air Or dust on a surface: Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here “

Steps

Seen in Havana, quite a long time ago Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here

Steps

Seen in Havana, quite a long time ago Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here

Concrete

My least favourite building material, I think of the Atlantic Wall fortifications, Brutalist architecture, the Maginot Line to name a few edifices…. Here we visit the massive Zeppelinfeld tribune (inspired by the Hellenic temple of Pergamon) on the Dutzendteich, Nuremberg…..a

Concrete

My least favourite building material, I think of the Atlantic Wall fortifications, Brutalist architecture, the Maginot Line to name a few edifices…. Here we visit the massive Zeppelinfeld tribune (inspired by the Hellenic temple of Pergamon) on the Dutzendteich, Nuremberg…..a

Glass

Some stained glass with a different history…these complex, dark panes were made with fragments of stained glass from the bombed out cathedrals of Northern France after the First World War. These windows are in the abbey at Fontfroide (near Narbonne

Glass

Some stained glass with a different history…these complex, dark panes were made with fragments of stained glass from the bombed out cathedrals of Northern France after the First World War. These windows are in the abbey at Fontfroide (near Narbonne