The Ambitious Drifter

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Relics

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This week’s challenge

Younger bloggers may need to contact me to find out what these are.

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Old Bailey, London.

Share a photo of what “relic” means to you — it could be your still-running 1979 Honda Accord Hatchback, an historic building in your town, or an old, rusted farm implement poking up through the long grass in a field.

 

20 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Relics

  1. True icons of London! Thanks for sharing the photo…

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  2. Ah! The old phone booths!

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  3. Definitely icons! Love it.

    janet

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  4. Love it!

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  5. Yes you’re right these ARE relics. sad to think. I hope they never get rid of them, they are something special in London. I have many photos of the red phone booths, not as nice as yours though! Love them.

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  6. Good grief ! – do they WORK ???

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  7. Awesome. But they should be blue 😉

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  8. 😀 aaaaah, I LOVE these! Too bad there are hardly any left! 🙂

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  9. True relics! 🙂

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  10. These are great!! =) It’s sad that most young people will never know what a public telephone is and how important it was!! haha

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  11. I still love those phone booth 🙂 …. fun for photography :)..

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  12. It’s really a “relic” cultural mark of London. I lvoe those 🙂

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  13. Fantastic photo! What a find! Perfect for the theme 🙂 And your “young bloggers” comment made me chuckle!

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  14. I love how cool these are. They’re like street art.

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  15. makes me sad – those boxes are definitely a relic – nice photo.

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