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Oddly glamorous

Fargesia the dragon on the Great Pagoda, Kew Gardens, London, June 2019 The Great Pagoda dates back to 1762 and was looking its age when it underwent a 4-year renovation […]
Oddly glamorous

Oddly empty

A wall decorated with empty boxes in a pub in Leith (taken with iPhone 11)   – Copyright Debbie Smyth, 20 February 2022 Posted as part of Becky’s SquareOdd and […]
Oddly empty

Tall

Figee crane at Maritime Museum Harbour, Rotterdam, February 2020 Welcome to One Word Sunday. It’s time your tall posts.To join the challenge, please use pingback by putting a link in your post […]
Tall

White or wet

It’s time for a flashback to an old Travel with Intent post. White stuff or wet stuff Originally posted February 18, 2016, plus a few extra images Bertel Thorvaldsens Plads, […]
White or wet

Oddly grotesque

Clock Tower, St Albans, Hertfordshire Gargoyles, these charmingly grotesque figures, date back as far as Ancient Egyptian architecture and, in more recent times, became a common feature in Gothic architecture. […]
Oddly grotesque