Strasbourg – Cross Roads of Europe

goods from the Baltic, Britain, the Mediterranean and the Far East poured across the borders to be traded for wines, grain and fabrics and just like today, when the languages of the 46 member states can be heard in the squares and streets of the city, traders speaking a dozen different languages, met and conducted business.  People from different countries working together and mingling in Strasbourg’s squares means that the city continues to be the crossroads of Europe.

Weekly Photo Challenge,Life Imitates Art

Perhaps not the greatest interpretation of the challenge but I've lately been wanting to use one of the interesting tools in my imaging programme and thought this might be my opportunity. This sculpture was done by marine woodcarver Norman Gaches, from a tree that was destroyed in the great storm of 1987, outside Barton Manor … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge,Life Imitates Art