Good morning from a cold and rainy Wales, this is Mitch, and I'll be your host for this week's challenge. My chosen theme is Classical. Now, I can already hear you asking....'classical what?'. Well, that is up to you. There is plenty of scope.....classical buildings, such as castles, cathedrals, churches, palaces (either inside or outside), or you could use sculptures or statues, or maybe something that represents classical music, or maybe you have your own ideas on what classical means. Just have fun and let's see some great photos!!
Just a quick word of thanks to Baz for last week's theme, which proved to be the most popular one since PT arrived on Blogger, going by the number of entries we had!! There were so many great photos!!
Ok, my own entries for 'Classical':
1) The 'fluted column' is a classical piece of architecture. This one was taken at Wells Cathedral, Somerset, England.
2) Gargoyles are another classical feature of many old buildings in the UK. Most are usually grotesque, but I've chosen a nicer one. Do you think she looks surprised by something? This one was taken at Windsor Castle.
3) My final shot was taken at St David's Cathedral, Wales. It's looking straight up the main tower towards it's beautiful painted ceiling.