Great shot, I'm surprised they are not in a better state of preservation. Happy WW
very nice shot!
Oh, I love this1 The history is so cool! I've got a pic of 1942 up..not quite as old...
That's a great photo -- very geometric. Have you tried it in sepia?I posted a WW today. Please feel free to visit (http://tinyurl.com/ameerb), and enter my contest while you're there. Thanks.
Wonderful photograph ;--)I played at Small Reflections this morning.Hugs and blessings,
This looks like a really old town..lots of history...xoxoxo nice shot sweetie!
great pictures....now write about it...
That is a great shot. I love the colors!
There's something about a crumbling building that draws me in and makes me ponder the stories its walls could tell. Great photo!
Falling down, but a great photo opp.PS To answer your hamentaschen/Haman's Ear question - they're the same thing. They're called hamentaschen in Ashkenazi (Eastern European / Yiddish speaking tradition) and Haman's Ears ("Oznei Haman") in Hebrew and in the Sephardic Jewish tradition (those who trace their ancestry back to the expulsion from Spain in 1492 - today's Spanish, North African, etc. communities). Whatever you call them, they're delicious, and I've just posted the recipe on my blog :).
Looking a bit neglected and forlorn for sure. A shame, that.
There is something fascinating in the way these bldgs are falling apart ... great shot .. and thanks for visiting mine
Nice picture. When you say Victoria, I thought of British Columbia. BC has been on my mind because I'm thinking of saving up next year's leave and visiting during the Olympics. Then, I remembered your Victoria pic in another hemisphere! I'd have to save more to visit your Victoria. LOL.