Thursday, 17 September 2015

The old and new houses can be lovely...

18th September 2015


I have caught a virus at school so I have felt very badly but luckily is better. Temperature at my place is very high today 32 C degrees so it is not  nice to sit in the classroom with students without AC. But we must survive another heat wave..
The fence along tram tracks. In the background houses from 19th century..



Sea of leaves.. Autumn is on the corner..

 The Roman - Catholic church located at my suburb which dates back  from the beginning 20th century 

It is located next to busy and crowded street..


New terraced houses. 

Have a nice Friday!!!!

29 comments:

  1. Hello, Pretty collection of images and fences. And I love the last sunburst, lovely. Have a happy weekend!

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    1. Definitely the church is impressive

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  3. I love the mix of old and new in a community. It adds character. Get well!

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  4. glad you are feeling better. thanks for the views and stay cool.

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  5. Funny associating AC with Poland.
    Certainly heating for the freezing (well for me) winter months,
    but hard to imagine your present very hot conditions.
    We had a full day of rain here yesterday - badly needed and hopefully
    fell outside the coastal strip of the Pacific coastline. The farming / rural community
    badly need Spring rain for the oncoming summer period.
    I added to the video on Rommel and his fame.
    I sympathise with your present cold. I have a cold 365 days of the year,
    due to cerebral malaria from my New Guinea days - any slight change of
    temperature does the trip - my immune system has shut down. Very annoying
    and nothing can be done.
    Google: Cerebral Malaria for details!
    At least you don't this problem in Poland - ha ha.
    Cheers
    Colin (Brisbane Australia)

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    1. Oops - typo error "does the trip" should read "does the trick".
      Not much of a funny trick, I can assure you - ha ha.
      Colin

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    2. My dear friend AC in Poland is very popular because our summer are getting hotter and hottter. Love ffrom Poland

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  6. You were brave taking the time to share these lovely sights when feeling so bad. Trust feel better soon.

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  7. I'm sorry to read that you are not feeling well. I hope you are on the mend.
    The pretty orange leaves DO make me feel like autumn is around the corner!

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    1. Autumn leaves are fantastic and multicoloured

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  8. Sorry you haven't been feeling well. Nice shot of the fence along the tram tracks.

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    1. Trams in my city are very popular since 19th century

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  9. Sorry you have been unwell. They are very impressively large houses in the first photo.

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    1. Those impressively big houses were built for coal miners in the past

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  10. Nice series of shots! Hope you feel better soon!

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    1. I believe the weathewr will change shortly and I will be fine

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  11. Hope you feell better soon and these are great shots.

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  12. Gosh your warm weather and I presume still no rain!
    Sorry to read you have not been well...hope you soon feel yourself very soon..

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    1. Margaret the rain is wanted here .....

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  13. Very lovely photos again, Gosia!!

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  14. Glad that you are feeling better, Gosia! It has been hot here this week too!

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    1. I love summer but this summer was too hot for me

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