I always like to take these shots across the top of flowers, it always gives a stunning visual effect. Add to that an impressive church and a stormy sky and viola you have a nice photo.
The church is “St Alfege”, it’s very impressive and a real feature in Greenwich …
Taken in London (c) Don Charisma 2014
56 thoughts on “Greenwich – Primroses, Stormy Skies and A Church !”
Thanks Sue 🙂
It was a good wordplay, and I need to go more to church. See if the MAN helps out a little.
Thanks dude … and yes why not spend some time with the MAN 🙂
And the poor dog….(on the other post)she needs the MAN.
I think she’s just old Charly …
Put her to sleep!
I’m not sure that half these dogs have owners so not sure that’ll happen …
The color in the foreground is so vivid its almost unreal. Nature can never be outdone. Beautiful!
Thank you 🙂 warm regards DC
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Thanks dude 🙂
winter is my most favorite season so the more snow and rain panoramas the more shares will get from my side! 🙂
Ah, OK, I’ll see what I can do, like my tropical sunsets, but still have some photos left from my Greenwich trip 🙂
Ow wauw the colors of the flowers, damn so beautiful because they are so intense 🙂
Very nice view from cloudy, winter-weary Arkansas, DC! thank you
Hey Kassey, you are entirely welcome, glad to spread the love 🙂
Wow. Such a fantastic shot 🙂
Thank you 🙂
Great picture, the flowers adds some vibrance.
Like a little oasis on a winters day 🙂
Love the vibrant colours, Don.
Thanks dude 🙂
I love the photo. It’s beautiful and makes me think of a painting. Also, makes me want to add to my bucket list. Good job!
Thank you … and get adding ! warm regards DC
Top photo Don! I have been to Greenwich and was surprised how interesting it was. It has buildings that look like “old” London to me.
And yes anything that’s not a towerblock or modern apartments is old in London. Obviously this varies in age, but architechtural styles can be used to indentify how old a building is. For instance there are a lot of Edwardian and Victorian houses in London, each has it’s own style.
Greenwich is a lovely place, one of the nicest places to be in London, in my opinion.
And another shot of flowers, just as you said. Lovely.
Thanks, and yes just as I said 🙂
Terrific tip. i like! thank you! Def will check out this area.
hav u anything on Italy? 🙂
For travel info or photos ?
For photos, don’t think so …
For travel, I visited an area near Modena in Northern Italy (near Milan). I really love Italian food, so not hard to persuade me to go to Italy. Pizza is one of my all time favourites, and the Italians do it best. New York Pizza I’ve had did come close though.
I also visited Sardinia for a couple of weeks. It’s a lovely Island, we stayed in the capital, and of course ate Pizzas every day in the same restaurant, they were *awesome*. I chose to go there because it’s somewhere there Italians go on their holidays. It’s like passing a Chinese restaurant and seeing it filled with Chinese people. Chinese people know where to get good authentic food, and so do Italians ! Same things with Holidays.
thank you so much for the recommendations. Pizza..yes, i’m told that the folks from NY are the one who make it best here in America.
I believe we are headed for Rome…but maybe we will change our mind….
Ah, plenty of good Pizza in Rome I think, and much history, although I haven’t been I’m sure you’ll enjoy 🙂 warm regards DC
Very beautiful! I enjoyed your blog! Thanks!
Thanks, you are welcome 🙂 DC
Nice… love the light.
How lovely and cheery! I’m looking out at foggy skies, melting ice, and trees bent over from the weight of it.
Ah, the joys of winter !
Thanks dude 🙂
I actually wanted to go to Greenwich and now after seeing this I will 🙂
You should, it’s definitely one of the best places to visit in London …
The flowers certainly add visual interest to the foreground that’s for sure. Beautiful architecture 🙂
Thanks Suz 🙂 All good with you ?
Yes. Just busy with life. Still have my son here. I have medical tests this afternoon. And my emails are being stupid so I’m not receiving responses to blog comments or the blog posts of others. Now it appears that all comments people make are going to moderation (which I don’t have on my blog). *sigh*
Just working on an update post and then I am spending the day with my sewing machine. lol
Oddly enough the comment I’m replying to went into moderation, so what’s up with that I have no clue …
Good luck with your medical, I’m keeping my fingers crossed 🙂
Ah, the sewing machine day, long time since I had one of those …
You don’t know what you’re missing 😉
It’s fair to say that’s probably true Suz … best wishes to your Son, and the rest of your family 🙂
A beautiful photo of a lovely place.
Love the picture 🙂
Really, really nice photo Don.
viola you have a nice photo – that made me laugh – viola indeed – good wordplay!