Don’t see what you’re looking for?
Top Posts & Pages
Djupvatn Lake and the Blåfjell Glacier taken from Mount Dalsnibba, Geiranger, Norway. Advertisements
View from one of three burial chambers within the Belas Knap neolithic long barrow, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom.
Parade Gardens (I love that staircase!) with the Empire Hotel behind. Bath, Somerset, United Kingdom. During a walking tour of Bath, I found myself taking pictures of various scenes that caught my eye. As it turned out, I hit upon … Continue reading
White Rhinoceros and Milky Storks (I think) at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, San Diego, California (Dec. 2012).
It’s a simple request of a sat nav (aka GPS), please direct us from point A to point B in the shortest amount of time. Under normal conditions, this should not present a problem, but while in the Lake District … Continue reading
Returning to England from the United States on a non-stop red-eye from San Diego can be disorienting. Dinner is served sometime after a 9:10 pm take-off, and then, after cabin clean-up, window shades go down and chair backs recline. As … Continue reading
A Single Snowflake. Recently, I posted the image of a single snowflake. After my husband looked through those images that I did not select, he suggested that I post them, too, so that is what I’m doing. The first four … Continue reading
Frosty fields in the Cotswolds, United Kingdom. Last week, before the snowfall but after a frost, I passed through the Cotswold countryside between Bibury and Northleach, England. It was nothing short of magical. The fields, trees, weeds, and grasses were … Continue reading
The snow is falling. And falling. So what’s a girl to do? Not long ago, I saw a photograph of a single snowflake. It was beautiful. Ever since, I wondered if I could do the same. Today, using manual focus … Continue reading