The everchanging sky with drifting clouds. I share this post with The Daily Post´s weekly Photography Challenge: Transient.
When you have a large empire to rule you need to have order and a standard layout was used on most forts in the Roman empire, adapted of course to the place where… Continue reading
Passing by a bicycle lane crossing a pedestrian lane I came upon a child´s shoe on a stone pillar. Was it some child on the back of the parent´s bike that lost the… Continue reading
Lanercost Priory in Cumbria in England is built of stones from Hadrian´s wall nearby in 1166. Why waste energy to quarry new stones when you have stones already? Most of the priory was… Continue reading
In the background the old library and in the foreground the new library wing in Malmö, Sweden. The new part is called the Calendar of Light. I share this post with The… Continue reading
Walking towards the Sycamore Gap at Steel Rigg we saw these cliffs. At first we followed the steps climbing the cliffs but I felt like I was going to fall over the… Continue reading
Stonehenge is an eternal mystery on earth. Why was it built and by whom? What purpose was it meant to serve? More than a million people from all around the world visit Stonehenge… Continue reading
On the edge of the Roman Empire at Chesters in Northern England an cavalry regiment with 500 horses and their riders from northern Spain served to guard the Roman Empire from the barbarians… Continue reading
A dense and dark cloud on our way between Carlisle and Haltwhistle in northern England. I share this post with The Daily Post´s weekly Photography Challenge: Dense.
I wish to visit my children, my daughter in England and meet the horses she works with, and to visit my son and his girlfriend in Finland and see this little guy again… Continue reading