LAPC #168: We Have Seen Better Days

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Lens-Artists Challenge #168: We Have Seen Better Days

This post is thanks to Lens-Artists Challenge #168: We Have Seen Better Days.

This was all part of our seven-month journey around the world in 2018. To see more about this trip check it out here.

Click on the links below to see more stunning sights in each of the respective countries.

A Church after the terrible earthquakes that occurred between 2010-2011 in Christchurch, New Zealand
A historic WWII fortification on Magnetic Island, Australia
A bridge being taken over by twisting tree vines at The Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, a 14th-century Hindu temple in Ubud, Bali
Can you imagine what this 11th-century temple “Valley of the Kings”, looked like centuries ago? (Ubud, Bali)
Several buildings on the old streets near The Byzantine Wall of Chania on the island of Crete, Greece
We can only imagine how grand the Parthenon in Athens, Greece stood during it’s time
These mountain cuties could use a a good brushing (Lukla, Nepal). I guess there are other things to worry about at an elevation of 2,860 meters (9,383 feet).
The damaging effects the earthquake left is seen throughout the city of Christchurch, New Zealand
A shanty home at an elevation of 2,610 meters (8,563 feet) at Phakding, Nepal
Share your thoughts, comments, or you own "Better Days". Thanks for stopping by, hope you enjoyed.
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4 Comments

  1. Terrific examples, loved them all. My niece happened to be in ChristChurch when their earthquake hit. She was evacuated and not injured but said it was truly frightening! We were there before it happened and were so sad to hear of the devastation. You’ve captured come of it perfectly

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