Tag Archives: Europe

Pedestrian: Weekly Photo challenge

Pedestrian is often used to describe something slow, ordinary and dull but I thoroughly enjoy my pedestrian life. When walking, you see so much more than when you pass by at speed in a vehicle. You just have to open … Continue reading

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An Australian’s Perspective of Vernal in Europe: Thursday’s Special

Melting Snows Spring brings life From the succulent lush new shoots of grass, emerging blooms and shoots on trees but for an Australian in Europe in the Spring joy is to be had in being able to visit tourist hot … Continue reading

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Circles in Europe: Weekly Photo Challenge

Tyre’s ring, circle on lake’s floor, swan’s feet create surface circle. Clocks are usually seen as circular Do clock makers like circles? They must because wheels often decorate their houses, wheels turning circular cogs like the inside of a clock, … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Off Season

Travelling in Europe in the Off season gives you a different perspective. We travelled in the early spring before the summer holidays. The towns whose multiple car parks alert us that this is a tourist town are deserted of both … Continue reading

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