THURSDAY’S SPECIAL: TRACES OF THE PAST Y3-10

For the third year in a row, and for the tenth time this year (I skipped the one in October) I am posting Traces of the Past challenge. This month it is a photo challenge in colour and you’ll have a really long deadline since I am going on a holiday next week. The next post on this blog is planned for 30 November and you have time until 29 November. I look forward to seeing your posts on my return. Wishing you all peace and happiness!

 

ALNWICK CASTLE

 

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Traces of the Past is a recurrent photo challenge that (normally) happens every month (one month in colour as part of Thursday’s Special and the following month in black and white as part of Black & White Sunday). You are free to choose whatever traces of the past you can find. It does not have to be a distant one, or rich in history; it can be something personal, or it can even have a human form.

56 Comments on “THURSDAY’S SPECIAL: TRACES OF THE PAST Y3-10

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  2. Lovely image, Paula – some great clouds to add mood. Have a great break,and catch up when you get back!

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  4. …and I wish you the same, Paula! Enjoy your vacation! For my part, I am glad there is such a late deadline. Cheers! Tobias

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  5. Happy hols, Paula. 🙂 🙂 Hopefully chance to rest the wrist (and the rest of you 🙂 ) I’m still in the Algarve and I may have a beauty for you when you’re back.

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  6. Sorry, Paula…
    I mistook the code: 09 instead of 10….
    I don’t want to trouble you, feel free to disregard my post..
    Sending hugs,
    A.

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  14. Your photo of the castle is wonderful. We didn’t get to see the castle, it was closed for filming, so we went to the garden instead, and the weather was so grim I would never have got a photo as lovely as this. You have made me think about castles though and it is time I posted some of the Welsh ones I have visited. I shall try and get something sorted before you return from your holiday. Hope it is fun and hope it is somewhere warm!

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