THURSDAY’S SPECIAL: TRACES OF THE PAST Y4-05
You are wrong if you think that I forgot about the Traces of the Past photo challenge. I am a day late, but here it is – Traces of the Past in colour this time.
With the largest square in Italy and one of the largest in Europe, and its many narrow alleys and canals Padua revealed its hidden beauty to me on a beautiful night walk.
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Take your time deciding what you are going to post for this photo challenge. As always you are completely free in your choice. I will be back next week to look at your entries.
Fabulous! And so worth the wait. 🙂 🙂 I’m off on a brief visit to Poland on Sunday and then flitting about for most of June. Not all going to plan but I’ll try to stay in touch. Hugs, darlin!
Thank you for stopping by, Jo. Enjoy your visit to Poland! xx
What a gorgeous view, Paula! And what a magical light!
See you soon….
Magical shot, Paula.
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Looks like a peaceful and lovely walk! To Padua I have never been. Love the light and the sound of quietness.
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I decided for quietness…and a place remembered for almost not being found, and when found, by me, a different gem!
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Oh, whoopee! Lovely Traces of the Past, Paula, and I’m off to hunt out something suitable
A beautiful scene with lovely music!
Thank you, dear Linda 🙂
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Well, here’s mine, Paula: https://suejudd.com/2018/06/01/thursdays-special-traces-of-the-past-y4-05/
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What a beautiful shot Paula and it looks like a wonderful place for an evening walk :o)
How beautiful Paula- the reflection, the perspective.. I love it.
I can see myself sitting there and contemplating.
I can’t compete with the magnificence of your photographs, but I think you’ll like it anyway. I need to win the lottery so I can buy a new camera, travel overseas and take pictures!
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It is beautiful Paula. Love the reflections. https://irenewaters19.com/2018/06/03/traces-of-the-past-yr-4-number-5-thursdays-special/
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My Traces of the Past:
Hope you enjoy!
Wonderful capture Paula. This should have visitors flooding into Padua.
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Great shot, Paula. I must get to Padua. I just returned from Portugal, which I loved. https://3rsofretirement.com/2018/06/04/thursdays-special-traces-of-the-past-5/ Hope all is well.
Here is my entry: https://chava61.wordpress.com/2018/06/05/thursdays-special-traces-of-the-past/
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A lovely shot of Padua, Paula. Makes me want to return right now!
I have a little-known Trace from London’s Past… Macclesfield Bridge had to be reconstructed after the original blew up! http://bit.ly/JJ-BUB
Wonderful night photo Paula.
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Excellent photo Paula 🙂
I have been rather busy over the past few weeks and almost forgot about this one.
Here is my contribution