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Reflections on Loch Awe, Scotland. And, finally, all three directions in one:
Groves on rolling hills in Andalusia, Spain. Andalusia is a breathtakingly beautiful area of Spain. The mountains, the clouds, the fields and rolling hills, all full of colors and textures highlighted by the ever-changing light. This image seems to capture … 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
Within the Blasket Islands of County Kerry, off the coast of the Dingle Peninsula in Ireland, sits the island of Inishnabro (Irish: Inis na Bró, meaning “island of the quern/bottom grind stone”). The island’s contrastingly soft and jagged surface stands … Continue reading
The beauty of the Ring of Kerry in Ireland is that the journey is the destination. Yes, there are lots of interesting natural and man-made attractions, but the points in between are what the trip is really all about.We passed … Continue reading
View of Lieve Canal from Rekelingestraat Bridge, Ghent, Belgium.
Living in England is changing me. So subtly that I don’t even notice it day to day. But I recently passed the one-year mark. It’s hard to believe, because time seemed to go so quickly, but here I am…over one … Continue reading
I wouldn’t have thought a cloud-filled sky could look so complex with so many shapes, tones, and layers. I like how the electric power transmission lines and towers’ geometricity bring some order and constancy to the image. What do you … Continue reading
Batsford Arboretum’s “View Point.” One of the noted features at Batsford Arboretum in Morton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, is the “View Point.” The Arboretum itself is perfect for a meandering stroll, providing glimpses of distant fields along the way. But if you want something … Continue reading