Mt Sheba Resort,
could be considered a corridor
It’s certainly an internal passage of sorts
with doors leading to rooms
which we called shops.
My contribution for this week’s challenge…
creating these stain glass windows is something
we would be unlikely to see today,
and yet at the time of creation was probably
not considered outstanding.
the Roman Tessellated Pavement in one of
Canterbury’s (U.K.) main streets…from memory.
with Gog and Magog
keeping visitors aware of time as it passes.
Again I think the seven-foot high effigies are ornate
as is the Victorian Era Arcade,
which has been listed on the
Victorian Heritage Register.