Thursday, February 15, 2018

My Father’s Hotel 1930-1936 Eighty One Years Later, Pamplona, Spain
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© Bob Evans 2017

My father, Fred Evans, lived in this hotel while selling sheep shearing equipment in Spain from 1926 to 1936. I am holding the photo he sent his father at the time.
McClery/Gardiner Angel Monument, British Cemetery, Madrid, Spain
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© Bob Evans 2017
Baur Mausoleum British Cemetery, Madrid, Spain
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My half-brother, William Hagler Evans, died of complications of strep throat in 1930 at the age of 5. He is buried in Madrid in the British Cemetery. His mother returned to the U.S. and divorced my father.
View of the British Cemetery, Madrid, Spain
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© Bob Evans 2017
Apple Graffiti Calle la RĂșa, Leon, Spain
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 © Bob Evans 2017
Bird and Two Trees from Porto 
Warehouse Window, Portugal
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© Bob Evans 2017
Street Scene In Favaios, Portugal
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© Bob Evans 201
Cactus Leaves, Madrid Botanic Garden, Spain
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 © Bob Evans 2017
Roof Ornaments, Madrid, Spain
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© Bob Evans 2017


Frozen Hydrangea Blossoms
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 © Bob Evans 2017

Sunday, May 14, 2017

“Chirp” Dutch Graffiti, Arnhem, Holland
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acid free paper © Bob Evans 2017

Corner Shop, Enkhuizen, Holland
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acid free paper © Bob Evans 2017