Cee’s Oddball Photo Challenge has given me the opportunity to share some photos that otherwise would never have been seen! Here are a couple that are hard to categorise, taken just outside the walls of the beautiful medieval city of Lucca …
Posted for Cee’s Oddball Photo Challenge Week 34
This is a guide to the Creek Street area of Ketchikan in Alaska. Fascinating place with some interesting history. Married Man’s Trail led over the river and through the woods… but definitely not to grandma’s house!!
Posted for Cee’s Oddball Photo Challenge
There was no-one else around when I took this photo of a path onto South Beach. I walked for a while and sat on the beach, watching the birds wheeling and diving and the clouds floating by and thought it was just heavenly. I think of it still and remember the feeling of peace and solitude.
‘I never found a companion that was so companionable as solitude’
Henry David Thoreau
This shot was taken off the coast of Majorca, at Camp de Mar. I love the way that the glorious colours of the landscape just fade to grey..
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This is a photo challenge from Sue Llewllyn and her chosen word this week is -GAP
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Looking at Barcelona
A different view of Barcelona – between the trees in the distance, you can just make out Gaudi’s ‘Sagrada Familia’
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This photograph was taken on South Beach Florida. Although you may not guess from this shot, the weather during our stay was beautiful. We came across this family enjoying their lunch, oblivious of the hungry birds.
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On a flight to Whistler from Vancouver, the mountains just appeared through the cloud. I’m not sure of this really qualifies as Fleeting, but it was a magical sight.
Some photos that say “Forward” to me.
The path to the beach was so inviting, I just had to walk over it. The road out of Jasper was amazing, we drove for miles and didn’t see another car. We saw a bear and a few elks but nothing else for mile after mile; the scenery was just awesome we rode in silence for most of the journey. Our holiday to the southern region of Sardinia was very enjoyable, we explored ancient ruins which overlooked the sea, and visited the island of Sant’Antioco, where we found the deserted street.
Towards the beach – Miami
The road out of Jasper
A quiet street – Sant’Antioco