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These photos are taken over quite a long time span and feature various elements of the theatre. There are three main architectural parts to the theatre as it…

A ginnel is a narrow passageway between or through buildings, an "alleyway". Possibly early 17th century: perhaps from French chenel ‘channel’. In traditional…

This is one of the biggest projects of the masonry brick elevation of the multi-storey building located in Cracow, Poland. I have done it when I was working for…

A few weeks ago, some friends and I took a day trip to Chicago during which I took a little over 300 shots in just seven hours, the equivalent of 12-13 rolls of…

The stunning architecture of the town hall in Wigan is something to behold and even more so when the air is crisp and the sun is shining. The building dates…

This year my husband and I have a goal of trying 25 new to us restaurants in our region while still trying to still make room for our standbys and favorites. …

This old water mill in Haarlem dates back to the early 1800s. Sadly most of the beautiful yellowwood floors and beams have been scavenged by developers who pay…

It isn't the best quality as it was taken on my iPhone. I was walking through Amsterdam late on a December evening and I just saw a single rose standing out…
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