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 idea, but it looks good and must have a purpose. Rounded
We are exhausted, worn out, drained! The three week Trans USA rail journey is to blame, a whirlwind of cities, national parks, hotels, trains, buses, rivers, architecture has taken its toll on us physically and mentally. Time for a period of rest and recuperation before our month in France exploring a few wine regions. Which … Continue reading From USA Cities to Medieval English Churches
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 opportunity, including the selfie holding up the temple or sitting with the Buddha, but rarely … Continue reading What does #Buddha ask when he walks into a Church?