Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Walls


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Ailsa’s travel theme this week is walls.  Above an Eastern Orthodox monk descends steps beside a wall at the Pechersk Lavra monastery in Kiev, Ukraine.

See more “wall” themes from Ailsa at Where’s my backpack.

A wall pockmarked by bullet holes from a WWII battle in Budapest, Hungary
A wall pockmarked by bullet holes from a WWII battle in Budapest, Hungary
Medieval walls line a street in the village of Durnstein, Austria
Medieval walls line a street in the village of Durnstein, Austria
The walls of a lock on the Rhine Main Canal in Germany.  This lock gave an 80-ft elevation change
The walls of a lock on the Rhine Main Canal in Germany. This lock gave an 80-ft elevation change
Handprints decorate an ancient Mayan wall in the old city of Tulum in Mexico
Handprints decorate an ancient Mayan wall in the old city of Tulum in Mexico
Fire escapes on the outside walls of 19th century builds in Little Italy, New York City
Fire escapes on the outside walls of 19th century builds in Little Italy, New York City

Travel safe.  Have fun.

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  1. […] Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Walls (travel-monkey.me) […]

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  2. Love the first and last pics.

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  3. I love the ornate fire escapes of Lower Manhattan! Great wall picks for the theme.

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  7. I love that Austrian walk!

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  8. a great series but the first shot of the monk is just wonderful…and i love to chaos of Little Italy

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  9. Beautiful pics! 🙂

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