For Art Journal Journey, architecture, I made an A3 mixed media page which reminds us of the problems in many large cities today - tenants are evicted, and houses are left to decay, so they can be pulled down and replaced with luxury buildings of flats or offices, and the local people, who can't afford to buy or rent, are driven out of areas which have been their homes for generations. The picture shows typical houses, probably in London, which are waiting for 're-development'.
I overlaid the photo with a stencil (Stencilry.org) called 'fallen angel'
Today was once again wet and cold. I risked a walk along the Rhine, well wrapped up. Some of the trees, like here on the avenue behind the castle, still have a lot of green leaves, others look more colourful.
The new railing along the Rhine is still being worked on, but one part is finished:
The benches are not yet back in place, and the railings are so high
that nobody can fall in the river - not that anybody ever did.
And a few yards further the railings come to an end, so anyone who wants to fall in just has a short way to walk:
Have a great day you all, take care,
and thanks a lot for coming by!