Here comes the thirteenth mystery location post of this year….
This is another photo from my travels. It underscores the fact that it’s good to not always plan your route, as serendipity can help find interesting locations, such as the one in today’s post. In addition to this location, the end of the day brought us to another stunning vista that I found out about in a chat with a local here.
Where is this?
As this structure is fairly unique, I think keen observers have a good chance at this location.
Welcome to the 163rd round up of the Tuesday Photo Challenge!
Your ancient thoughts were fantastic! You were creative in your approaches, ranging from matinees to mountains that hundreds of millions of years old! I very much enjoyed reading all your posts, some of which reminded me of my ancient life and made me chuckle.
All of you did a great job and I appreciate all the effort you put into your contributions!!
Here are some ancient bits…
This look across the Forum Romanum is still one of my favorite views from our visit to Rome in 2017. In one view we get to see different periods of history from ancient Roman times to 20th century Italy.
Sarah starts things this week in her post in By Sarah with something rather ancient: the granite hills in Mt Buffalo National Park!
Brian’s post in Bushboy’s World takes us back into antiquity with a visit to Pompeii!
This week’s post in Don’t Hold Your Breath tells of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and takes us to the temple of Artemis.
We go to one of the locations that’s on my bucket list with another great post from theonlyD800inthehameau of the ancient city of Petra.
Ken connects us through the mists of time in his post in Pictures without Film; wet feet were a small price to pay for that great shot!
Na’ama brings us an ancient crush in her post in Na’ama Yehuda; the crush is literal, as olives were pressed into service!
In Land of Images we go to the source of ancient Gyrolite, as we’re on the Isle of Skye!
In this week’s wonderful entry in pensivity101, we find that ancient is relative…a bear as old as you might be ancient!
Eliza put together a great post in Albatz Travel Adventures, as she brings us ancient runes from Denmark; I think Elves must have hailed from there!
Joseph takes us along ancient paths in his post in Lillie-Put with wonderful photos and ancient hills!
Jackie takes us to the dark side with a visit to the catacombs in her post in Junk Boat Travels: those are great sights in Rome!
Jase’s takes a very creative approach to the theme in Proscenium, which I definitely appreciate; love those ancient images!
Maria’s contribution in Kamerapromenader shares a location that looks like it might be a portal to an alternate dimension…
Erika brings us another awesome post in NoraVista, as she shares some truly ancient items from a tour with uncle Bill!
Debbie takes us up the Acropolis in a great post in Travel with Intent; the Parthenon has to be stunning to see up close! She also brings us another wonderful post that has us following the floral path in Travel with Intent to the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque.
In a lovely post in A Day In The Life, we get to visit the Cloisters, which may not be truly ancient, but make us feel like we’re there!
Woolly starts ancient with the Colosseum in WoollyMuses, and then goes super ancient with the Great Dividing Range!
Sandy brings us an ancient species in her post in Out of My Write Mind, as we learn about Sandhill Cranes.
David brings us to south Cheshire in his post in David M’s Photoblog as we learn about an Iron Age fort on Bickerton Hill; those photos are just awesome!
We learn a bit of history in Heart to Heart, as we explore one of the best known diamonds in the world! Great post!
Deb brings us a bit of ancient technology and humor in her post in Twenty-Four! Beware of the evil phonebot!
In another fantastic post in Suburban Tracks, we learn about the Island of Usedom in the Baltic Sea; great photography and story!
A stunning post in Len Journeys takes us to Angkor, the epicenter of the Khmer empire; the photos are gorgeous and the information tells you what you need to know, if you want to go visit!
Susan brings us a wonderful shot of the Colosseum in Musin’ with Susan; it looks like it was a good day to visit!
Debbie brings us a truly insightful post in ForgivingConnects, as she explores the acceptance of ancient stories in our current relationships.
Welcome to week 163 of the Tuesday Photo Challenge!
After a week of wonderful Tower posts, I thought it might be nice to take a step back into time. The theme of this week is inspired by our vacation in Ireland, as in many locations one felt the gentle tug of days gone by, telling of a time that was very different. With that in mind, your challenge is to portray that which connects you to all things Ancient. As usual, there are many ways to approach the Ancient (I’ll even take Ancient Aliens!), so I’m sure that your creative minds will come up with something interesting!
Have some fun with this theme and don’t let the dust of the ancient settle on you!
This is one of the images that inspired this theme…
This view looks into the Oratory of the Innisfallen Monastery, which sits on Innisfallen Island in Loch Leane. We reached it by small boat, which allowed us time on the island to explore the old abbey and this oratory. The abbey on the island dates to the 7th century with the current visible structures ranging from the 10th to 13th century. This oratory hails from the 12th century.
What struck me about this view is that I could feel the past pulling me back in, which gave me a sense of what it was like to sit in quiet contemplation in this small chapel hundreds of years ago…
The full rules of this challenge are in TPC Guidelines, but here’s the tl;dr:
Create a pingback link to this post, so that I can create a post showing all of the submissions over the week (note: pingbacks may not appear immediately, as my site is set up to require approval for linking to it; helps against previous bad experiences with spamming)
Have fun creating something new (or sharing something old)!!
Do the ancients proud and come up with a novel entry!