These are foundling fotos. (Hotel stairway, Lisbon).

Photos I don’t have a place for. (Selfridges elevator, Museum of London).

They stand alone. (Mask shop, Venice).

Unique in themselves. (Slava Ilyayev seriagraph, Budapest).

Somehow they form connection. (Gaudi’s buildings, Barcelona).

A match made of artistry. (Palau Guell, Barcelona).

Cheers to you from beauty that stands alone. (Pier, Corfu)~
Note: Photos 2 & 4 make nice desktop backgrounds. Feel free to use them if you want a change.

159 thoughts on “Foundlings~

  1. The mask shop is something between a dream and a nightmare… 😀 I think I could spend a few hours there!… And I absolutely love Gaudi 🙂 I almost expect some of his work to pick up its foundations and start walking – or rather, dancing… 😉 Or start reciting a fairy tale…
    ❤ ❤ ❤


    • Gaudi was so unique and so unbridled in his creativity. He put all these unmatched, juxtaposed colors and shapes together, and created some of the most original, innovative architecture and design that I have ever seen. He was not afraid of color! And I love him for it~

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  2. Your posts always offer up a treat of serenity and beauty, Cindy! A real treat and thank you for the suggestion of a using as a desktop background, no.4 is stunning and just perfect for the season! 🍂🍁


  3. HI Cindy– You did it– another gorgeous (if semi-related) group of photos! Love love the first stairway photo– perfect symmetry and the beautiful runner framing on both sides! You are amazing! thanks thanks once again.


  4. Artistic and beautiful together make “stand alone” photographs. The stairway and painting with raised brush strokes would have elicited a poetic or prose response had I been the “captured one” behind the lens, Cindy. Hugs, Robin 🕊 💞


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