Lines – WordPress Photo Challenge

Lines

I have been waiting ages for a topic to come up so that I show off these photographs. I love them all.

This first photo is of a mosaic floor in some roman ruins. The photograph was taken in the town of Tossa De Mar, Catalonia. I thought it was amazing that this floor could be walked on in these open air ruins. I guess that if it had stood the test of time this long then there is no need to lock it away behind a glass wall. The floors were fascinating, I just loved them.

This photograph is of some train lines which are about four miles from where I live. The road crosses over the track so you are able to stand on the bridge and look down.

Same tracks but this time taken from the platform.

And for my final photo, these trams and tram lines have always fascinated me. When I visited Poznan, in Poland I was amazed at the amount of overhead wires the trams used. I was amazed that everything worked okay despite all the crisscrossing.

I hope you have enjoyed my entry into this weeks photo challenge.

16 Comments

  1. Sam Allen Creative Coach

    Thanks for sharing – I enjoyed the photos of the yellow trams in Poznan (sorry for the lack of accents!)

    I am a Life Coach and also have a poetry blog here on WordPress and today’s poem is about a tram driver in Switzerland in case you have time to look? Have also included the link to my coaching website in case you are interested in seeing this too.

    Sunny greetings from Switzerland,

    Sam 🙂

    https://peacockpoetryblog.wordpress.com/2018/05/31/tram-dram/

    http://www.samallencoachingcreatively.com

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  2. Maggie

    I love the mosaic floor, so intricate. I really enjoyed your railway photos. Railways and the lines created by them have always fascinated me. I guess because I where I grew up was near the railway lines and because we were out in the country, we played near them and walked miles along the rails.

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