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Driving around Ireland with a loose itinerary and open dates, we travelled roads often ignored by tourists. The rugged Beara Peninsula in the SW of Ireland is frequently overlooked but we were rewarded by quaint villages, rugged rocky terrain and beautiful vistas. The … Continue reading
Saturday is subsumed in the shadow of Wednesday. The Daily Post in all their wisdom has moved the Weekly Photo Challenge to the maelstrom of mid week madness.
With the crash of the waves and the wind in my hair I’m the lone walker on an empty beach. My senses are sharpened, my thoughts crystal clear, I’m at peace. Solitude is refreshing, invigorating, clarifying..
The humble rusted metal grave marker is in stark contrast to the solid carved headstones. A rural village cemetery, west coast Ireland. The DP Weekly Photo Challenge prompt is “opposite.”
Taste the curvaceous citrus, sweet and juicy, you’ll be convinced to buy. Curve is the DP Weekly Photo Challenge.
Auckland Harbour, the piers are clearly numbered. The DP Weekly Photo Challenge is numbers.
This grafitti in Granada, Spain, struck me as the most honest billboard beauty I’d ever seen. The eyes are defiant, seeming to say “you can’t shut me away, I’m not hiding behind closed doors, I’m here in all my glory, … Continue reading
Hippos, Western Plains Zoo, Dubbo, NSW, Australia Dinnertime, the Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge
Our future is defined by our history. The SS Great Britain, now berthed at Bristol wharf preserved as a museum carried many free settlers from Great Britain to a new life in Australia. My family’s pioneering ancestors made that treacherous … Continue reading
A small corner of the vast Lake Argle in the far North Eastern region of Western Australia. Landscape is the weekly photo challenge