Passageways

There is something inviting about passageways; they seem to beckon and call us to explore where they lead, what surprises they hold, or adventures await once we have passed through. Mayenne, Normandie, France Passageways can be human made, or found in nature. They have many different names; alley, tunnel, gate, aisle, walkway, corridor, path, portal,... Continue Reading →

Memories of Tokyo and Seoul

I don’t usually post blogs more than once a week, but it was two years ago this weekend that we arrived home after a fantastic trip to Tokyo and Seoul, and I want to share some photos of this memorable vacation. While there, we took a side trip to Seoul to visit our niece and... Continue Reading →

Photos in Blue

Jess at I’ve Been Travelling Blog, recently posted several blogs focusing on a particular color. I enjoyed her posts and was motivated to do the same. Today I am focusing on blue, my favorite color. It’s amazing that mother nature has provided us with a hugely diverse palette of this cool color. Cool colors are... Continue Reading →

Reflection Photos

It has been an intense week at work, and as a result I have not had any time to prepare a blog post, so I will share some photos of reflections that I have taken over the years. Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens in Hobart, Australia Near Denali National Park, Alaska Odawara Castle, Hakone, Japan A... Continue Reading →

Door and Window Photos

Interesting doors and windows have always caught my attention, perhaps because they offer an opportunity to discover a new place or to catch a glimpse into the lives of others. For whatever reason, I have quite a large collection of door and window photos and will share a few of my favorites today. There are... Continue Reading →

Just Some Photos

I'm posting just a few photos today of past adventures. I took this while kayaking off San Juan Island, WA. The photo of the fox was also taken on San Juan Island. Near Melbourne, Australia, there is an amazing place called The William Rickets Sanctuary. The photo below was taken there. Above and below, Port... Continue Reading →

More on Seoul, South Korea

Seoul, the capital city of South Korea, is home to 10 million people and in 2015 was rated Asia's most livable city. It is an interesting mix of old and new with modern skyscrapers built around ancient Hanok villages, Buddhist temples and shrines. My husband and I visited in November, and although Seoul was never... Continue Reading →

Seoul Lantern Festival

If you find yourself in Seoul, South Korea in early November, hurry down to Cheonggyecheon Stream for the Seoul Lantern Festival. If you visit in the evening you will be rewarded with a spectacular site of creative and beautiful lanterns placed within the stream that runs through this area. The Seoul Lantern Festival is now... Continue Reading →

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