towermill replied to your photoset
towermill: Brings Phillip Larkin to mind
I’ve been listening to a really interesting reading of a biography of Phillip Larkin on the radio this week. That’s despite not being familiar of his work.
It has mentioned that he he liked to travel to villages and take photos of churches or are you talking about something else?
wonderlalia replied to your photoset
“King’s Lynn Minster. Where the only worshipers I saw worshipped with…”
Curiosidad: ¿de qué son las sombras de las fotos 3 y 4? Parece un modelo de un sistema solar, pero seguro que es otra cosa. ;)
¿No eres gato verdad? ¡No quereía matarte con la respuesta! ¿Haces refererencía a esta foto no?
No tengo una buena foto de la escultura que está haciendo sombra:
En una iglesia católica esa escultura parecería una escultura muy minimalista non? Para mi parece muy muy moderno. Un poco Ikeaosa
28th August 2014
28th August 2014
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Reblogged from It's stories all the way down
19th August 2014
17th August 2014
towermill replied to your photo “I could probably make a photoset of all the photos I took of this…”
Yes, sometimes: “Let’s go for a walk, but no photos…”
Your story makes me sad, having you passion stopped like that!
13th August 2014
This tumblr which bears my name is where I share my photos and ocasional thoughts that are spinning about my head and haunting me.
I do have a couple of other tumblr blogs that are mostly reblogs. They represent interests of mine that I don’t think are right for my followers here. But I thought I’d share their URLs with you.
These blogs go through periods of floods and drought and are much less frequently updated than this blog, so if you like regular updates I wouldn’t recommend following them.
That’s where I share imagary and the occasional sentence that moves me. I follow a lot of intelligent and sexy people and I occasionally I like to share some of their creations or finds over there.
Andurza is a word I made up. it comes from the Hittite word an-durza which is the probably the ultimate ancestor of the English word “door”. It probably means “within”.
I wanted to find the oldest possible word in Indo-european languagues that means “architecture”, “dwelling” or “bulding”.
As you might be able to guess it’s a blog of photographs of interiors, buildings and aspects of architecture.
I coined the phrase Granxieros de terra e mar Farmers of the land and the sea to describe the classical image of the Galician people. and from that got the blog’s name daterraemar This comes from Da terra e do mar or pertaining to the land and the sea.
Daterraeomar Is my tumblr blog exploring and describing aspects of Galician culture language in English. It covers nationalist graffiti to Pemento de Padrón. I don’t always agree with the sentiments I reblog there, but I’ve always been fascinated by independence movements. so I often share and explore parts of Galicia’s independence movement campaign materiales there
12th August 2014
fotoforays replied to your photo “Yes, I’m the canine owner of an antiques shop, tattoo parlour and…”
ha! enjoy your sense of humour (great comeback reply on the fluffy tail the other day) ツ
Congratulations you are now the member of an elite club of people who can tell I have a sense of humour. Unfortunately There are no benefits to being a member, if anything it’s a hindrance.
wonderlaliareplied to your photo “Yes, I’m the canine owner of an antiques shop, tattoo parlour and…”
His back sort of looks like it’s covered in tattoos of dalmatian spots. Poser.
Aspirational bulldog is aspirational
fotoforays replied to your photoset “The longer I’ve spent living abroad the more strongly I’m drawn to…”
really enjoyed reading this - an interesting and nostalgic reflection of your past and how you’ve come to appreciate it ツ
Thank you! I’m really glad you found it interesting and enjoyed it to boot!
helenalongphotoworks replied to your post “helenalongphotoworks replied to your post “Pourquoi cette…”
yes i know ;)
That’s a releif! I don’t want to be known as the boy who cried wolf!