Posted on May 10, 2019
Cee wants to see photos of chutes or ladders for her Black & White Challenge this week.
This image is a view of the rear elevation of our house in France, just after we bought it. No, I’m not sure what we were thinking either.
On the other hand, you can see why the project’s working title was ‘Brokedown Palace’. The rickety ladder on the left was, at that time, the only means of access to what is now our bedroom. To be fair, we have spruced it up a bit in the intervening years.
Posted on April 26, 2019
Cee’s theme for her ‘Black & White Photo Challenge’ this week is a ‘view from the side’. This almost abstract image is, in fact, a view of the edges (‘sides’, if you will) of a number of recently manufactured sheets of paper, made according to traditional methods at the Moulin du Got paper mill.
Posted on April 19, 2019
In the medieval streets of the French town of Perigueux, this old-style drainage system disappears up the hill.
Posted on March 8, 2019
For this week’s theme of ‘Murals’, some very old artwork on the walls of the crypt of the church in the village of Gargilesse, in central France.
Posted on March 1, 2019
A giraffe and her child share a tender moment on the Sir Bani Yas game reserve in Abu Dhabi:
Posted on February 22, 2019
This statue of King Louis IX – canonised as Saint Louis – stands in splendid isolation on a corner of the mighty basilica of Sacré-Coeur, which dominates the skyline of the Montmartre area of Paris.
Posted on February 15, 2019
It almost beggars belief that the colossal monuments of the ancient city of Petra, such as this tomb carved out of sandstone, were created thousands of years ago by mere human beings.