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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
Coast of Iceland near Reykjavik.
Misty Day at Fanore Beach, Ireland. Along an Irish coastal road (R477) south of Galway Bay is Fanore Beach. As home to a surf school, the waters just to the south and outside of the frame of this picture were … Continue reading
Tarifa, Spain, viewed from Isla de Las Palomas with the Atlantic Ocean on the left and the Mediterranean Sea on the right. Just off the coast of Tarifa, Spain, sits Isla de Las Palomas, which is the southern-most point of … Continue reading
Bolonia Beach, Spain. Greetings from Southern Spain!
St Michael’s Mount, Marazion, Cornwall, United Kingdom The day of our visit to St Michael’s Mount began with wonderment and awe. Arrived early to catch the first passage on the amphibious vehicle (which can be seen making its way towards … Continue reading
View from Land’s End, Cornwall, United Kingdom. A trip to Southern Cornwall must include a stop at Land’s End, which is the most westerly point in mainland Britain. Why? Because it’s just one of those things you do in order to … 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
View of Porthcurno Bay and Logan Rock Headland, Cornwall, United Kingdom. On a recent trip to Cornwall, my husband and I drove a southern coastal route that was supposed to include the famous Minack Theatre, which sits above Porthcurno Bay. … Continue reading