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Not so manic Monday

Now that I’m not working anymore :) Mondays don’t have that awful Manic Monday feel to them – in fact every day is pretty cruisy. 180 more words


The streets in Naples, Pt. 2

Hello again, here I am with the second part of my trip to Naples. The first one you can find here.

In this post I want to show Naples’ architecture, its streets, the particular things, food..I made a trip in late November, so the city was in an early preparation for Christmas, and you can notice it by a dessert struffoli and Christmas native scene (for what Naples famous is – Christmas native scene is situated outside the shops in the streets, inside the bars, in the churches, inside the houses, everywhere.) 169 more words


Railway sheds along the Central Otago Rail Trail

A recent trip to New Zealand was fantastic for many reasons – the views, the countryside, the people, the cycling and the fun of being away on holiday with good friends! 263 more words


Travel Blog: New Zealand #10 - Road trip, rocks and pennyfarthing fun

My last post had us leaving Dunedin on our way up the coast towards our eventual destination of Christchurch.  As we left Dunedin we checked out the steepest residential street in the world, Baldwin Street, 938 more words



I took this picture from a moving vehicle believe it or not.  This picture was also taken on my drive out to the North Shore last weekend.   81 more words


WPC - Graceful

This week’s prompt had me rummaging through my holiday snaps in search of a particular picture that would provide a plausible interpretation of Graceful. Had it not been for the photo Ben posted of the the blue filtered swans, I would almost certainly have come up with my own image of the same lovely birds that seem to glide like a radio controlled boat noiselessly across the water. 46 more words


The Master's House

The Masters House, St John’s College #iphone6s #cambridge #photography #prisma #architecture via Instagram http://ift.tt/2jygiPU