Hello Everyone! Welcome to this month’s Wandering Camera. Before I continue with today’s post, I have something personal to share. After looking for a house that we can call home for a very long time, my husband and I finally found one a couple of weekends ago. All things are now set in motion and hopefully we will be moving by mid to late next month.
I took this photo when we went to see the house. It has a beautiful backyard with very old Ash trees and a giant Redwood tree.
I would love to have an old wrought iron street light placed somewhere in the new house. I am very fond of them.
Gamla Stan In Stockholm
I love these lights hanging from the brick walls of pubs or cafes in old cities, welcoming people inside after a long countryside walk or to just relax a little by the fireside after travelling a long way.
Not surprising that I found myself painting one such street light hanging above a door.
I enjoyed painting the weathered walls, specially the bricks.
This old street lights invokes thoughts of not just travelling, but also art, history, architecture and stories from medieval times. York is such a lovely historic English city that both of us came up with the idea together of calling this painting Old York Pub.
I now have prints of this painting available in my shop.
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