Here’s my entry, just in just in the nick of time 🙂
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For the hard core boat lovers among you, here’s some more boatage from that lovely lake.
The first shot is of Segovia’s historic town centre, taken LOOKING DOWN from the top of Segovia Castle. (That darn turret sure had a lot of stairs!!!)
The second shot was taken at sunset in Santa Barbara, Toledo, LOOKING UP at the Monastery of San Juan De Los Reyes (left) and Puerta Del Cambrón (right).
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For this week’s Which Way photo challenge, I’m offering two contrasting entries, taken at historic buildings in the Castilla La Mancha region of Spain:
A couple of shots that I took at Toledo’s weekly market yesterday lend themselves for a link-up with Ailsa’s travel theme this week, which happens to be Multicoloured:
Toledo has photogenic street lamps. This one I spotted last week (still lit up though it was already daylight) on my way to meet with some friends for brekkie:
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You know you’re in Spain when you see a shop window like this one:
[To connect to the Thursday’s Lingering Look At Windows photo challenge, click here.]
I’d love to know where she’s going…probably just getting some bread… Spanish women, always so stylish!
My entry for Cee’s Which Way? Photo Challenge for this week, taken last month near Toledo’s main square (El Zocodover).
I’m not usually one for blowing my own bugle quite so unashamedly, but my entry to this week’s A Lingering Look At Windows photo challenge seriously rocks. In my opinion, anyway.
Without further a do, let me give it to you: The World’s Smallest Window, according to the Guinness Book of Records (though, I admit, I’ve not double-checked this factoid):
The embarrassing thing is that this little gem is less than 400 yards from my house, and I’d never noticed it until last Tuesday, when Reyes gave me a free tour!
I’ve been looking up, up, up all the way! My neck will never be quite the same again… but it’s a price well worth paying for being part of travelwithintent’s weekly photo challenge Look Up, Look Down.
So, here we have one of the imposing steeples of Munich’s emblematic Frauenkirche:
You’re probably more used to seeing it from this angle:
The next shot is of a church steeple located in the beautiful historic centre of the Bavarian town of Landsberg:
To view some of the amazing medieval buildings of Landsberg, click here