Thursday’s Special: Traces of the Past 03

For the third time this year Thursday’s Special is bringing you a challenge dedicated to past. It can be a distant past or a recent one. It can be a past that is abandoned and about to be forgotten, or past that is still functional and intertwined with present.

My example is one of England’s most iconic structures that most of you will be able recognise and locate.

 

london tower closer-1_potpis

I am curious to see what traces of the past you have found on your travels or in your home town. Please, join me in this challenge and share a past-related photo post.

P.S. I’ve heard from a confidential source that the attached score is one of the Queen’s favourite songs.

 

Check out the great entries for this challenge. Click on the titles bellow:

Traces of the past by Marie

Traces of the past by Debbie

Traces of the past by CG

Pauline’s traces of the pastΒ 

Traces of the past by Irene Waters

Traces of the past from Sylvia

Traces of the past by Tish

Traces of the past by Klara

Traces of the past by Suzanne

Traces of the past by Geriatrix

Traces of the past by Anna

Old road By Middleton Road

Traces of the past by Susan Judd

Traces of the past by Jaspa

Traces of the past by Tobias

Β Traces of the past by Lynne

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70 thoughts on “Thursday’s Special: Traces of the Past 03

  1. Oh that glorious sky, and the proud flag. I used to collect English castle postcards when I was a child – more documentary, than beautifully atmospheric like this. Thanks for the reminder of my past, and another lovely image.

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    • I am so glad you listened to this track and what a coincidence that you had listened to it earlier today. πŸ™‚ Thank you very much for your comment and your interesting contribution, Irene.

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  9. It looks so beautiful against the grey skies Paula. Such great architecture and as always you took such a stunning shot. I love it! πŸ˜€ β™₯

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  13. Yourphoto shows the past in a regal way. Here’s another take on the challenge. artifactsandfictions.com/2015/08/27/bones-of-the-past-2/

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  14. What a site that must have been to see in person! Stunning. Hopefully, I can sit down this weekend and take moment to go through my photos and blog again:) I am sure I have some traces of the past…

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  17. Hi Paula, I like your iconic picture here; great atmosphere, and it really conveys a feeling of looking at the past.

    I decided to focus on the traces for my part, so thanks for inspiring us!

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