I’ve mysteriously received a few anonymous messages, recently. Thankyou for not abusing me and the anonymous questions system!

I haven’t ignored them, it’s just that I can’t ignore life. I will answer some of the questions soon. I hope you still follow me!

In the mean time others and you are welcome to ask other questions

Does anyone else take photos of things they don’t understand as a reminder to research them once you get home? That’s what this is.
Here, a strange metal cover with the names of locations(?) and numbers. The last item on the list “stop sign” makes It likely, to me that this covers the fuses or on off switches for domestic or municipal electrical supply. Or a census of bird nests?
The top reads C. M. De Guimarães 1885.

Does anyone else take photos of things they don’t understand as a reminder to research them once you get home? That’s what this is.
Here, a strange metal cover with the names of locations(?) and numbers. The last item on the list “stop sign” makes It likely, to me that this covers the fuses or on off switches for domestic or municipal electrical supply. Or a census of bird nests?
The top reads C. M. De Guimarães 1885.

secretofadream preguntó:

Hey, just want to say i think you'd be very happy if you visit Turkey, especially Istanbul if you haven't visited yet. Judging from your pictures, those cities are surprisingly similar. Also, thanks for the follow:)

No, thank you for making a tumblog I want to follow!

I’d love to visit Turkey one day, especially Istanbul and a few Turkish people have recommended it to me too.

I’ve seen so many TV history documentaries that visit Turkey that I dream about travelling around it.

I was lucky enough to spend a few hours in Turkey last year visiting Selçuk and the nearby Ephesus archaeological site where I was charmed by the cats

It’s always a pleasure to see an old photo suddenly surge in popularity as this photo, entitled “Gold” did last week.
Any long-time followers will know of my love of fog, and that paired with the almost universal love of golden light means I’m glad to see this photo being reblogged around the world. I still don’t understand how or why these things seem to shudder back into life after so long apparently dead, but it’s a delightful thing
Neilwykes@tumblr 2014 | Lugo, Galicia , Spain

It’s always a pleasure to see an old photo suddenly surge in popularity as this photo, entitled “Gold” did last week.

Any long-time followers will know of my love of fog, and that paired with the almost universal love of golden light means I’m glad to see this photo being reblogged around the world. I still don’t understand how or why these things seem to shudder back into life after so long apparently dead, but it’s a delightful thing

Neilwykes@tumblr 2014 | LugoGalicia , Spain

I’ve been away all week,  checking in with tumblr with my mobile. and sharing from my instagram account and as such tumblr has been sharing photos from a queue I filled before Easter.

That’s why I haven’t been able to respond until now the few comments I’ve had.

gregador replied to your photo “Art Deco versus Fin de Siècle. Fight! Neilwykes@tumblr 2014 |…”

Nice work!

Thanks gregador I’m always glad to see that you’ve enjoyed a photo of mine from so far away!

nurnielfa replied to your photo “And stay lost Slightly different angle from this photo …”

Tus fotos de Porto son una maravilla. Todas
Muchas gracias nurnielfa de verdads Porto me inspira. Para mi es la ciudad más fotogénica del mundo

jessicaorourkephotography replied to your photo “Shipwrecked in a city, dashed across the jagged slabs of concrete….”

Lovely words to match a lovely photo!

jessicaorourkephotography Thank you so much, they came to me out of the blue. I’m glad that at least one other person might like them. ¡Un abrazo!