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Category Archives: Clouds and Sky
Castlestead and Scenery near Pateley Bridge, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom. Greetings from Northern England! I am happy to report that the Hubster’s and my British visas were extended for a few more years, so we decided to spend that time experiencing a … Continue reading
Near Elgol, Isle of Skye, Scotland. My husband and I were so looking forward to a boat trip from Elgol to Loch Coruisk on the Isle of Skye. We were drawn to the area by photos of fantastic scenery but, … Continue reading
Reflections on Loch Awe, Scotland. And, finally, all three directions in one:
Sunset in Oban, Scotland. Greetings from Scotland! I’m really excited to share some of the images I’ve been able to capture during my husband’s and my Scottish Highlands adventure. However, posting to my blog has been falling off my schedule … Continue reading
Conor Pass Waterfall, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland. After an overnight in Tralee, Ireland, my husband and I planned to head out bright and early for a full-day trip around the Dingle Peninsula. Our innkeeper recommended that we take Conor Pass over the mountains to … Continue reading
An illuminated ship on the Strait of Gibraltar as it cruises off the coast of Morocco. The boat trip between Tarifa, Spain, and Tangier, Morocco, is only supposed to take 35 minutes, but for some reason our passage took closer … Continue reading
Bedruthan Steps, Cornwall, United Kingdom (Feb. 2013).
Sunset at Bedruthan Beach, Cornwall, United Kingdom. The hubster and I had a splendid holiday in Southern Cornwall and were so fortunate to have sunny weather. We were treated to two spectacular sunsets, including this one at Bedruthan Beach. Soon … Continue reading
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