Tag: Weekly Photo Challenge

Girl Walks Into A Bar (And Finds Religion)

Girl Walks Into A Bar (And Finds Religion)

“As we make our way to Montserrat,” Adria says, “let’s talk about the one religion common to most, if not all, of Europe.” I look at him and listen intently, wondering which religion he meant. As our van speeds up the highway and a complex of fields comes up on our right, Adria continues. “I am talking, of course, about football.”

Flight

Flight

Travel.
Go away.
Travel far enough.
Travel till you’ve outrun the grief; travel till you’ve made peace with it.

Sister, Sister, Second, First

Sister, Sister, Second, First

♥ That’s my sister crossing Honeymoon Bridge to get to the first of the famous Three Sisters in the Blue Mountains, Australia. If you’re wondering: yes, that valley is deep! Crossing the bridge wasn’t scary but climbing back up those stairs sure got me hyperventilating. 

Of Sunrises and Forgiveness

Of Sunrises and Forgiveness

♥ Photography’s blessing and curse is that it can bend reality — a curse in that it creates unattainable ideals, a blessing in that you can choose to look back on imperfect times with a more forgiving filter. . . Clumps of mud can look like a cluster 

Tuscany in Winter

Tuscany in Winter

…looked like this: ♥ ♥ I can only imagine how breathtakingly beautiful it must be now.   Oh, to be in Italy in May!   Someday…        

Seven Thousand Isles

Seven Thousand Isles

♥ ♥ I’ve never seen snow. My city has no trains. It’s always summer where I live. Except on rainy days. And so trains fascinate me; autumn, winter, spring. Cobblestone, padded coats, foggy mountains, glens. I try when I travel to live a different life. But