Posts Tagged: ruin

Weekly Travel Theme: Architecture, Dresden’s Miracle in Stone

Yesterday, I came across Anja’s post over at aei of an article on Dresden’s Frauenkirche which got me reminiscing. And I notice that Ailsa’s travel theme today is architecture, so I’m rapidly updating and re-posting this!!! Anja shows the restored

Weekly Travel Theme: Architecture, Dresden’s Miracle in Stone

Yesterday, I came across Anja’s post over at aei of an article on Dresden’s Frauenkirche which got me reminiscing. And I notice that Ailsa’s travel theme today is architecture, so I’m rapidly updating and re-posting this!!! Anja shows the restored

Weekly Photo Challenge: Foreshadow / Lingering Look at Windows

I’m taking inspiration from a fellow blogger (Tina Schell over at Travels and Trifles) and using one image to cover two challenges! This week’s Photo Challenge at WordPress is Foreshadow, and this image will cover that (damage and ruin being

Weekly Photo Challenge: Foreshadow / Lingering Look at Windows

I’m taking inspiration from a fellow blogger (Tina Schell over at Travels and Trifles) and using one image to cover two challenges! This week’s Photo Challenge at WordPress is Foreshadow, and this image will cover that (damage and ruin being

Behind the pack: Part 1 Gödöllo Palace in decay

I have recently started sorting through some images on slides, taken during the ’80s, ’90s and up to the mid 2000s before I owned a digital SLR. I have always loved to take images of ruins, abandoned or dilapidated places

Behind the pack: Part 1 Gödöllo Palace in decay

I have recently started sorting through some images on slides, taken during the ’80s, ’90s and up to the mid 2000s before I owned a digital SLR. I have always loved to take images of ruins, abandoned or dilapidated places

Weekly Photo Challenge: Beyond

In answer to this week’s Photo Challenge, I am posting an image that speaks ‘Beyond’ to me…. Whenever I see a deserted/ruined/abandoned building, I always want to know what is behind the facade – in most cases, I never get

Weekly Photo Challenge: Beyond

In answer to this week’s Photo Challenge, I am posting an image that speaks ‘Beyond’ to me…. Whenever I see a deserted/ruined/abandoned building, I always want to know what is behind the facade – in most cases, I never get

Weekly photo challenge: Illumination

In response to this week’s photo challenge at WordPress, I am posting an image of one of my favourite ruins…the imposing ruin of the abbey of San Galgano in the Tuscan countryside. I had taken quite a number of images

Weekly photo challenge: Illumination

In response to this week’s photo challenge at WordPress, I am posting an image of one of my favourite ruins…the imposing ruin of the abbey of San Galgano in the Tuscan countryside. I had taken quite a number of images

A sense of Place (another one)

Tonight, the prompt at d’Verse is a sense of place…well, this isn’t a new poem, but one I wrote a while ago that, I hope, is fitting. Commarque Through the dense trees a glimpse fragments of old walls golden in

A sense of Place (another one)

Tonight, the prompt at d’Verse is a sense of place…well, this isn’t a new poem, but one I wrote a while ago that, I hope, is fitting. Commarque Through the dense trees a glimpse fragments of old walls golden in

Pattern or mystery?

It’s ‘Choices’ as prompt over at d’Verse today….and as I was having some fun with photo apps (again), I came up with a short poem in the Haiku form (sort of, but not a Haiku, as no season word etc)

Pattern or mystery?

It’s ‘Choices’ as prompt over at d’Verse today….and as I was having some fun with photo apps (again), I came up with a short poem in the Haiku form (sort of, but not a Haiku, as no season word etc)