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Afternoon View from Leckhampton Hill, Cheltenham. My legs ache as I attempt to descend stairs without looking like an invalid. Such is my state after hiking up Leckhampton Hill a few days ago to catch the view so fondly remembered … Continue reading
The night sky alight over Tangier, Morocco, as seen from the beach at Tarifa, Spain.
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
Blue Lights on the Grand Place/Grote Markt, Brussels, Belgium. This past holiday season, the Christmas “tree” on the Grand Place (aka Grote Markt) in Brussels garnered a lot of attention, including my own. And for good reason. But I was … Continue reading
Pond beside Menneweg, Kalken, Belgium (Nov. 2012).
Church of Our Lady (Onze Lieve Vrouwekerk), Bruges, Belgium. This photo appeals to me for several reason. I like the perspective, the colors, and the lighting on the bridge’s stones and through the stained glass window. I also like how the … Continue reading
Dijver Canal with Belfry Tower, Bruges, Belgium. I’m an insomniac, so for me to see anything in the early morning light is a rare event (and usually at the end of a very long, insomniac-y night). So for all those … Continue reading
Upon arriving in Bruges, my husband and I walked down Pandreitje between the parking garage and our hotel, Duc de Bourgogne, which is located directly on the Dijver Canal. It was only a short block, but felt somewhat ominous beneath … Continue reading
A bare tree bathed in afternoon light stands at the edge of a green, sheep-filled field along the footpath to Belas Knap Long Barrow. Behind the lone tree is a wooded area with trees in various stages of undress as they … Continue reading