Posted on December 18, 2019
This big old open range was in the kitchen of a house in France that we looked at as a possible purchase, before settling on what was to become Brokedown Palace.
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Basically one colour
Category: Uncategorized Tagged: basically one colour, brickwork, Cee's Fun Foto Challenge, France, open range
Posted on January 31, 2017
After last week’s illustration of the high craft of the stonemason, here is a much shoddier example of building work, from a bricked-up doorway in the town of St. Junien.
Tuesdays of Texture
Category: Texture Tagged: bricks, brickwork, shoddy, Texture, TuesdaysofTexture
Posted on November 28, 2016
Another entry for the Mundane Mondays challenge hosted by PhoTrablogger.
Close to Circular Quay, in the heart of Sydney, you can still see some of the original stone that must have welcomed the First Fleet, although most is now concealed behind more modern brickwork:
Category: Composition Tagged: brickwork, Circular Quay, Composition, Frame, Mundane, Mundane Monday, Stonework, Sydney
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