Every Tuesday, Sonel at Sonel’s Corner posts a new theme for the black-and-white-photo challenge.
The theme for July 30 is Upward.
Recently, I did a post on Petra, Jordan, and in the process I reviewed all of my photos from my Israel/Jordan trip in December of 2012. This picture from the ruins at Jerash, Jordan fits this upward theme.
Evidence of the vastness of the Roman Empire can be found throughout the Middle East, and a trip to Jerash confirms this.
See other photo interpretations of Upward her at Sonel’s Corner: Upward
See other posts on travel in Jordan here:
The Last Meow
Ruins. Ruins. Ruins. That’s all she ever talks about. Hey, this is my home. There’s nothing wrong with it. I sorta like it. Now, let me be. I am on a mission to find a nice place to take my nap.
Meow for now. =<^:^>=
FAMILY in real old-time black and white.
My Mom and Her Sisters (circa 1930). My Mom is on the far right in the back row.
My sisters and me…(I am the littlest one in front row.)
The saddest thing about family pictures is that family groupings change. If we were to take this last grouping today, there would only be four sisters in the picture.