Tuesday-PC-Wk141_Floor

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When I saw floor was the theme

it didn’t take long for this image to come to mind.

It has lasted a bit longer than most modern-day floors,

and according to Google this floor

is around 1,949 years old.

And can be found under the bottom arches

of the Colosseum.

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14-September-(Salmon) Pink

Salmon Pink.

According to my tags this shot comes from

our visit to the The Colosseum.

The first shot is a crop of this one.

Which is the second of two images,

the first of which has the statue in focus

and the girl near the post.

She apparently caught my camera’s eye

because her top was in focus but not much else!

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A building which definitely fits

the 100 years or older category.

Rome’s Colosseum…

has always fascinated me.

I just wish we could have had more time to explore.

 

As it was, we had too little time and the body

was happy to walk as little as possible.

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A Photo a Week Challenge: Over-100-Years-Old

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Daily-Prompt-Rush

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The only thing we all agreed upon during

our European tour was that it was rushed.

While we visited many sites we wanted to see

and had priority access…

there were many other who also had

priority access also which made our visit

a shoulder to shoulder affair.

We soon found ourselves watching a flag,

similar to this one.

Stopping to take a photo often meant

losing contact with our group.

Yes, it was rushed, at times

but thoroughly enjoyable.

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Daily Prompt-Explore

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The Colosseum of Rome was high on my list

when we visited Europe two years ago. 

However, it was high on thousands of other people’s lists as well.

 

Our exploration of this wonder of the world…

was restricted to watching others from this level.

Another place to re-visit when not on a guided tour.

I would have so loved to have

visited and explored the lower area.

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