My Sunday Photo: 10 May 2015

MSP150510Old walls, like this one, fascinate me. This is actually part of an old railway bridge. Trains passing underneath might have taken troops, or supplies, on the first part of their journey to France in 1914. In contrast, we’re looking at this year’s new growth of ivy (the paler leaves.)

Those bricklayers knew how to build, all right. It just saddens me that they had to do that work for a pittance. But that is another story.

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10 Responses to My Sunday Photo: 10 May 2015

  1. Coombe Mill says:

    Ivy will grow anywhere it has the chance, it does add character to a building.

  2. sarahmo3w says:

    Lovely photo and interesting to consider the millions of people that must have passed through it. I have an old red brick wall around much of my garden and I love it. It gives the garden so much character.

  3. Very nice and it’s so interesting that the wall looks almost new. xx

  4. Fi Ní Neachtáin says:

    I always love the sight of ivy on old brick walls, it gives such a lovely charm I think 🙂 #MySundayPhoto

    Fi @ http://www.fawnsandfables.com

  5. roth0003 says:

    I get the same sense of wondering about the past when rambling through a cemetery. It’s fascinating to imagine what the lives of those beneath the sod were like.
    Please come link up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/05/the-bubble-man.html

  6. I love how ivy adds real character.

    Thank you for linking up

  7. Kim Carberry says:

    There is such history in those bricks! Wonderful photo x

  8. mrsteepot says:

    I love the look of Ivy climbing walls, looks so beautiful to me

  9. It does look lovely! What I love is how the ivy is making the walls and brick softer to the eyes. #mysundayphoto

  10. now that’s a bit spooky. i took a photo very similar to this last week, and put it up on instagram. how odd:) your photo’s not odd – that’s great.:)

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