Category: B&W, B&W, Black & White Sunday, Corsica, Photography Tagged: black & white photography, Black & White Sunday, Corsica, traces of the past
That’s a great pic, Paula.
Thanks for sharing.
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I’m glad it connected with a sensitive person such as yourself 🙂 Thank you, Frank.
A mysterious photo Paula. The texture intrigues me.
Made in granitic rock around 4000 BC.
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an image reminding us of Ireland’s The Great Hunger
Very interesting observation, Brenda. I hope to go to Ireland next summer and shoot the Famine Memorial.
Fascinating relic of history. Nicely shot, Paula.
Glad you like it, Draco. We had to drive the whole day just to spend half an hour among these stones.
and very old. Isn’t it wonderful that it is still there with all the facial features.
Have you seen Tobias’s post about deconstruction? I just linked to it. It is highly recommended 🙂
Yes, I did….. Very well covered!
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I find that face quite benign, here’s mine https://lucidgypsy.com/2016/09/18/traces-of-the-past-4/
thaks Paula 🙂
Yes! And it is supposed to be a big, mean warrior 😀 Thank you, Gilly for the weaving machine. I love it!
He looks a bit tired and worn out… Almost like some ghost from a Ghibli studios movie.
I wrote up a post, but forgot to name it when I hit the ‘publish’ button.
«Sublime Herrer – The Story» is the name of the post: https://artishorseshit.wordpress.com/2016/09/18/3894/
You would have looked a bit worn out yourself if you had been born in 4000 BC.
This is really something, Paula!
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OK, here’s mine: https://suejudd.com/2016/09/18/black-white-sunday-traces-of-the-past-y2/
That’s antiquity alright, Paula. Makes me feel quite young 🙂 🙂 It’s such a striking angle you’ve taken him from. Sending Sunday hugs 🙂
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It is amazing how long this structure and piece of history has lasted.
This week I have taken the opportunity to share an ancient piece of history that my family and I saw during the Summer: https://collinesblog.com/2016/09/18/black-white-sunday-mayan-temple/
Wonderful, Colline. Thank you for this entry.
I don’t always know what to contribute but this week was easy 🙂
Traces of the past is a recurrent theme that is announced every month. One month in colour, one month in B&W.
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wow, cool structure P – 4,000 years and still standing tall.
This week, I went with a recent traces of the past – we ran into some friends who we knew ten years ago – and it was a trace of our recent past….
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Historic and forever lasting … B&W fits this image perfectly.
I always enjoy the songs you add, Paula.
Hope you enjoy my entry. Thank you for hosting.
Thank you, Isadora. I was very pleasantly surprised when I saw your cool entry.
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Your image is so intriguing and engaging, love looking at it.
Thank you very much, Charlie.
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This menhir is simply wonderful, Paula. So thanks for the introduction. Somehow Corsica was completely missed out in my Prehistory and Archaeology course. Clearly we missed out on a lot. I must follow it up. In the meantime here’s my Iron Man/Woman of the Llyn Coastal Path in Wales: http://wp.me/pKVAM-20k I shall be off-line for a few days. So cheers for now 🙂
Thank you very much, Tish 🙂
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And finally — https://teepee12.com/2016/09/20/old-dolls-still-smiling-black-white-sunday/
Hi, Paula, it’s not “new” as an image….,but I love it and hope you like it ,too!
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Here are some traces of the past Paula- sad to see a box of photos with whoever they were connected to in life gone too I would assume. You have allowed their faces to be shared once more. https://dailymusing57.com/2016/09/20/black-white-sunday-traces-of-the-past-2/
🙂 I’ve beat you to it;)
Now how did I miss this?!
A great image Paula
I’m away at the moment but couldn’t resist joining your Traces of the Past 😀
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Popping back to be a pest. 🙂 Can you tell me when the next TS Traces of the Past is due, Paula? I have something that I was going to post tomorrow but it’s such a good fit that it seems a shame not to wait. I’m in the Algarve from next Thursday so it would have to be scheduled. Perhaps not a good idea as I couldn’t link up. 😦 Have you any more holidays due? Hope the pressure is manageable. Hugs, darlin’.
ToP in colour will be on 6 October. I am thinking of taking a few days off next month but have an upcoming and unplanned tooth surgery.
Horrible!!! Thanks for that, Paula. I’ll have a think.
A fantastic image, Paula. So much history here in that face.
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