A Black and White Sunday
I have lived in the UK for most of my life, but when young I definitely had wanderlust and even ended up living in South Africa for several years which was a wonderful experience. I now look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling. View all posts by Heyjude
26 thoughts on “A Black and White Sunday”
This has a ‘sci-fi’ feel, like walking into the unknown. Nice glare, Jude.
Best wishes, Pete. x
Barcelona airport has very shiny, reflective floors!
This is a great photo Jude. Pete’s right; very sci-fi.
Huge glass windows caused all that glare. It does make it seem unearthly.
Interesting effect, isn’t it? Starting at the top I thought it was someone’s kitchen ceiling but then I got the full image. 🙂 🙂
Heat getting to you, Jo?!
Don’t think so, Sue. Haven’t had time to be out much today. It’s muggy and a bit overcast and I need the time on here. 🙂
Noooo….I was referring to the kitchen ceiling comment….. 🙄
I gathered that. You didn’t think it looked like a kitchen ceiling? 🙂
The sky is wonderfully dark. Who remembers rain? 🙂 🙂 Just come back from a tootle, and got half an eye on the Hampton Court Flower Show. Good GP?
It does have that old fashioned polystyrene ceiling tile look about it now you come to mention it.
Hmmm, interesting one, Jude! Monochrome works for this unearthly feel….
Not one of my photos for a change – one featuring me and taken by my daughter on her phone. No idea what she edited with.
It’s like she’s walking into the unknown.
She being me. Taken by my daughter as we were heading for the gate about a zillion miles away!
And disappearing into what? Provocative!
Very atmospheric, I like it 🙂
Fabulous photo, Jude. It has the feel of the transit lounge to the other side.
The other side indeed LD. This was one of those memorable journeys. Flight was fine and short. Arrived 8 pm. Then we waited for three hours for the luggage to be removed from the plane at Gatwick. No information. Nothing on the baggage indicator. I tell you I was going spare as I wanted to drive back to Cornwall (5-6 hours). Finally arrived home at 4 am.
Yikes. No explanation offered at all?
Not for ages. My daughter and I hung around waiting for information on the board. After an hour we sought out the information desk and found everyone else from the flight gathered there complaining. Apparently the luggage compartment door was jammed, but this wasn’t explained until yet another hour had passed. Lesson learned. Only take hand luggage for a long weekend.
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