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Couple Standing on a Hill at the Base of the Storr, Isle of Skye, Scotland. I’m a sucker for silhouettes of couples, so when I saw this couple climbing up a small hill at the base of the Storr as … Continue reading
In a lavender field at Cotswold Lavender, Snowshill, Gloucestershire, UK. I don’t know if these two people are a couple, because I only saw them in the fields taking photos together. However, romantic that I am, I imagine that I … Continue reading
View from Tintagel’s Southern Cliffs, Cornwall, United Kingdom. Tintagel Castle, the legendary birthplace of King Arthur and the one-time seat of Cornish kings and chieftains, is steeped in history and folklore. With so much history stretching back into the hazy, distant … Continue reading
May we all be so lucky. And may love be in all our hearts on this Valentine’s Day.
Man Climbing Cheddar Gorge Cliff, Somerset, United Kingdom. Rock climbing is a sport that requires mental and physical stamina. I don’t know if I would ever have sufficient stores of either to climb up a vertical cliff as this man … Continue reading
Albert Cuyp Market on Albert Cuypstraat (in the De Pijp (“The Pipe”) neighborhood) is Amsterdam’s largest open-air street market with nearly 300 vendors selling just about everything one might expect, including hot foods, meats, cheeses, fruits, vegetables, spices, chocolate, sweets, flowers, plants, household … Continue reading
Early in the morning, before the haze had a chance to burn off, my husband and I wandered the streets of the Jordaan District in Amsterdam. While walking down Eerste Leliedwarsstraat towards Westerkerk (“Western Church”), I couldn’t help but notice … Continue reading
Graslei Canal, Ghent, Belgium. We were so fortunate to have such a beautiful day when we visited Ghent. As you can see, this area was rather quiet, but we weren’t the only one’s enjoying the sunshine and picturesque location. If … Continue reading
Judge at Wells Cathedral after the swearing-in ceremony for the new sheriff of Wells. When my husband and I arrived at Wells Cathedral in March, we were unable to visit the cathedral as tourists (no walking around and no photography), because … Continue reading
Corfe Castle above Swanage Railway’s Corfe Castle Station, Dorset, United Kingdom. If Disneyland had a Yesterdayland, then it would be the domain of the Swanage Railway. Reading the brochure, I learned that the first train ran on the Swanage Railway … Continue reading