Photography is one of those activities we can all have fun with and blog about, at home, in the garden, walking the streets, in the countryside, in a museum or gallery ….. the opportunities are endless. You can be a… Read More ›
Yet another piece of history not far from our Lechlade village, the magnificent building which is The Great Coxwell Tithe Barn. 1. Built between 1300-1310 AD, 2. It formed part of the Faringdon estate of Cistercian monks 3. The monks… Read More ›
I suppose I make very few posts with very little to say, but this is one such post! Architecture in Alsace, Germanic influence, half timbered, red clay fillings and tiles …….. nuff said!
A different focus through the lens on our Malaga holiday. Architecture: People Food & Drink Two Doctors! A Final Old Ruin! Edited with BlogPad Pro
Oxford Museum of Natural History is my venue for a second photo in this weeks Photo Challenge. It’s internal roof structure is a magnificent lattice of straight cast iron girders, occasionally interrupted by ….. a circle! Why, I have no… Read More ›
Buddha Walks Into a Church and …. Whenever a Westerner travels to “the East” they are invariably drawn to places of the Buddhist or Hindu religion whether they are in India, Nepal, Burma, Thailand, Japan or China. Mostly for photographic… Read More ›