Cheer Up! Happy Pills and Happy Coffee? Continue reading Cheer Up: Happy Pills and Happy Coffee!
We have these people to thank for keeping our city streets clean: Valletta: Barcelona: Barcelona: If careless tourists didn’t drop so much litter, there would be less to sweep up! This post was inspired by Becky’s January Challenge: Square Up. Continue reading Square Challenge: Sweeping Up
These shoes were displayed in a glass case alongside a Bishop’s lace under-gown in the museum of Ciutadella Cathedral. They are made of silk and are hand-embroidered. He seems to have had small feet. I found more up-to-date footwear in an independent shop in the Yorkshire village of Hebden Bridge: I wonder if the owner of this well-used walking boot ever came back to Borrowdale … Continue reading The Bishop’s Best Shoes and other Footwear.
The Dragon Gate. This magnificent wrought-iron gate designed by Antoni Gaudi was his first commission for Count Güell. Continue reading A Dragon at the Gate.
Street photography from Palma, Majorca. Images ©HelenBushe Taken with iPhone 8plus and processed on iPad using Lightroom Thanks to Cee for her Black & White Challenge: Candid Shots. Continue reading Candid: Three Scoops in a Tub, Please.
Image ©HelenBushe. Taken on iPhone 8plus and processed on iPad using Lightroom. Posted for Mid-week Monochrome #50. Continue reading Mid-week Monochrome: The Owl and the Pussycat.
“Magic Lives in Curves, not Angles” – Mason Cooley. Monochrome images of magical curves in Barcelona. Continue reading Magic Lives in Curves, not Angles
A winter morning on the Lancaster Canal. Image ©HelenBushe Posted for Bren’s Mid-Week Monochrome Challenge #48 Continue reading Mid-Week Monochrome: Light and Shade.
You can meet and chat with all sorts of farm animals when you’re on a local lockdown walk. Continue reading CB&W: Two Calves and a Donkey.
Mid-Week Monochrome: St Annes’ Pier on a Winter Morning. Continue reading Mid-Week Monochrome#47: St Annes’ Pier on a Winter Morning.