... with open eyes, and a generous heart, there is awe 'round many a corner ...
I still prefer the traditional lacework.
In 1988 I wrote a musical called 'Paddington Lace'. It's still languishing in a drawer!
I love the Fancy Nancy balconies! Nice to catch up on your blog today!
I love the lacy ones. And I'm curious about that musical Brenda wrote in 1988.Kay, Alberta
PS: for when you get a bit of time - my trip report, some photos and links to slideshows are now up on my travel blog.
Interesting, my first comment doesn't seem to have posted.Really like the strong colours and geometry of the first one (from a photography point of view) but architecturally prefer the lacework. How did you manage in Europe?Re the wooden ships, I am signed up for the Foto Riesel Photo Challenge on Saturday. No real idea what it involves or where it will take us. This means that Sunday is laundry day, so won't get to the wooden boats.
I wonder what stories you could spin, Julie, to be acted out on these various balconies.
Now THAT is an idea, BC!! Would definitely not be star-crossed lovers and vials.
Julie, it's sooo good to have you back where you belong. Viva Paddington!
The modern sticks out like a soar thumb. I like modern terraces but not when the neighbours are otherwise.
You may not want to write about star-crossed lovers, but to me these intricate ironwork terraces are screaming romance! I would probably choose the plainer lines of the modern, but jeez louise, they are pretty.
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Quelle manière splendide de la dire, Bergson. Vous aimez le vieux et le nouveau.
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