Posts Tagged: Traces of the Past

Traces of the Past: Cornwall’s mining heritage

As I’m not feeling 100% today, a quick post to kill two birds with one stone, so to speak. The ruins of a tin mine illustrating Cornwall’s mining heritage, quite solid Traces of the Past. I posted a monochrome version of

Traces of the Past: Cornwall’s mining heritage

As I’m not feeling 100% today, a quick post to kill two birds with one stone, so to speak. The ruins of a tin mine illustrating Cornwall’s mining heritage, quite solid Traces of the Past. I posted a monochrome version of

Black & White Sunday: Traces of the Past April 2017

Ah, I love Traces of the Past… my leitmotif, I think (but that’s another story). Anyway, without further ado, here are two images from downtown Havana, a place that is almost entirely made up of crumbling pieces of it’s Colonial

Black & White Sunday: Traces of the Past April 2017

Ah, I love Traces of the Past… my leitmotif, I think (but that’s another story). Anyway, without further ado, here are two images from downtown Havana, a place that is almost entirely made up of crumbling pieces of it’s Colonial

Black & White Sunday – Traces of the Past

This one is a trace of my past, too, in the sense that I took this image 30 years ago when on Crete. I should imagine there is very little left now… Posted as pert of Paula’s Black & White

Black & White Sunday – Traces of the Past

This one is a trace of my past, too, in the sense that I took this image 30 years ago when on Crete. I should imagine there is very little left now… Posted as pert of Paula’s Black & White

Black & White Sunday: After and Before

  For Paula’s Black & White Sunday – Old Singer seen in Puglia… …and after post-processing, with a sepia tone I am also using this post for Traces of the Past (Thursday’s Special)

Black & White Sunday: After and Before

  For Paula’s Black & White Sunday – Old Singer seen in Puglia… …and after post-processing, with a sepia tone I am also using this post for Traces of the Past (Thursday’s Special)

Black & White Sunday: Traces of the Past Y2 08

At the end of that track deep in the forest, shown in my second image of this week’s Thursday’s Special, stood this: Linked to Paula’s Black & White Sunday here.

Black & White Sunday: Traces of the Past Y2 08

At the end of that track deep in the forest, shown in my second image of this week’s Thursday’s Special, stood this: Linked to Paula’s Black & White Sunday here.

Traces of the Past

The ruin of a huge old Moorish waterwheel in Córdoba, saved as a reminder of the past: These water wheels were used to pump water from the river into the gardens of the caliph’s Palace. see more Traces of the

Traces of the Past

The ruin of a huge old Moorish waterwheel in Córdoba, saved as a reminder of the past: These water wheels were used to pump water from the river into the gardens of the caliph’s Palace. see more Traces of the

Black & White Sunday: Traces of the past Y2

Nearly 2 decades ago, I trawled the internet to find a forgotten, unrestored Maginot Line Fort… When we were next in France, I searched unsuccessfully for a few, but finally hit gold…. Alas, no torch or rope, and alone, I

Black & White Sunday: Traces of the past Y2

Nearly 2 decades ago, I trawled the internet to find a forgotten, unrestored Maginot Line Fort… When we were next in France, I searched unsuccessfully for a few, but finally hit gold…. Alas, no torch or rope, and alone, I

Traces of the Past – cathedral for slate

Years ago, I came across this amazing, ruined cathedral like structure in the middle of nowhere in North Wales. Ynyspandy slate mill was built in 1855 to create roofing slate from the rock mined at the Gorseddau quarry. No expense

Traces of the Past – cathedral for slate

Years ago, I came across this amazing, ruined cathedral like structure in the middle of nowhere in North Wales. Ynyspandy slate mill was built in 1855 to create roofing slate from the rock mined at the Gorseddau quarry. No expense