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Rā 161 Rātapu 11 o Pipiri

The winterless north certainly delivered today. The sky is blue and the sun is warm but there is a chill wind (it is winter after all!) We stopped on the way home at a view point.


The white farm

Rolling hills, farm, sheep – British postcard!

Lake District (Cumbria) – 2014


Expansion: A Traveler's Ruminations

Just a few days ago I was standing on the Hill of Tara near the city of Dublin. It was truly an incredible experience, a moment I will treasure always and a beauty that I will hold in my heart. 994 more words

For Artists

Palouse - through the day

I really enjoyed photographing from sun up until deep into the night when I visited the Palouse in April.  The patterns in the fields, character in the sky and range of colors in both can blend wonderfully at anytime of the day.   18 more words


To Hills, Lake, and Ruins

I’ve always wanted to explore Albay. However, all I’ve known about it is the infamous active volcano with the perfect triangular shape. The pride of all Bicolanos and the so called “sister volcano” of Mt. 1,514 more words


Shadows and light dancing in the Palouse

When I planned my Easter trip to the Palouse, I knew that I would make a couple of visits to Steptoe Butte.  It rises roughly 300 meters above the countryside allowing for an unobstructed view of the entire area.   154 more words


Visiting the quintessentially English village of Bibury

My ideal trip to the English countryside would have been on a bright, cloudless day with spring in full bloom, but temperamental English weather teases with its unpredictability and doesn’t always coincide with bank holidays. 179 more words