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Life's a beach in Newcastle

Newcastle used to be seen a coal town with an unappealing vibe, but that, my friends has changed. Newcastle is reinventing itself into a city that has a relaxed beach atmosphere combined with a cafe culture, growing restaurant scene that encompasses a wide range of cultures, and a revamped inner city. 84 more words

Travel Photography

Coca-Cola in Sunglasses

Like the fact that the Coca-Cola logo is embedded in sunglasses–unique idea!


"The simplistic beauty of the white washed stone walls, contrasted against the beautiful blue domed churches were amazing to behold"

The climb down the sheer cliff face was arduous; high steps hewn out of solid rock wound their way down to the cave house overlooking the caldera. 67 more words



That place at GBLC, as I mention in my previous post, is super special for me and I’ve been there so mucj, taken so many pictures of that place that I felt…meh,ni photo today, give it a rest. 32 more words


Spring Hikes And Family Visits

My mom was visiting Colorado (from Delaware) over the last week which is why I was MIA from the blogosphere. Precious time with family takes priority over many other things especially when you see them only once or twice a year. 441 more words


Cape Disappointment: Best Hikes for Pacific NW Photographers

by J. “Kat” Loren : :

You won’t be disappointed in this fabulously scenic photography stop.

On the way to Southern Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula, stop off at Cape Disappointment for scenic views emerging from the moody skies and churning sea and let your photos tell the story of the emotional state of old seafarers swimming ashore after their ships had been lost to the rocks and winds of yesteryear. 413 more words

Internet??: Half day at the Grand Canyon

We’ve come to rely on the internet for so much, and we take it for granted–that is until you don’t have it!

I’m on the road again with my friend Alyse. 383 more words