This week’s 500 words post is a real favourite of mine – not only in one of my favourite places but also, what I think, it’s a pretty cool photo.
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As always, I had to put my thinking cap on for this weeks theme of ‘Textures’.
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Oh dear lord! When I saw this weeks photo challenge was ‘bridge‘ I was so excited. Why I hear you ask… well because I LOVE BRIDGES!!!
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When I think ‘tidy‘ I think symmetry and when I think symmetry, I think Lulworth Castle.
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This weeks Photo Challenge is all about focus.
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So a couple of weeks ago I went to Toowoomba for their open house – you can read about the day here. One of the places I visited on the day was the Royal Bulls Head Inn & I loved it so much that I thought I would do a complete post about it.. so here you go:
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When I read Ailsa’s latest Travel Theme post I had to wonder “how the heck am I going to marry ‘precious’ and ‘travel’ together”… turns out, it wasn’t so hard after all once I started looking at my photos.
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Another week, another Travel Theme from Aisla over at Where’s My Backpack? This weeks theme is Grassy…
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If there is one thing I am getting out of these Weekly Photo Challenges, its enhancing my vocabulary! I mean Evanescent?!?! But hey, always open to learn (well almost always).
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This weeks Travel Theme is Rain and oh I do love a rainy day and I love raindrops on windows.. I like to think it’s because of aesthetics (which FYI is my new favourite word) but I don’t think it’s really as deep as that 😀 Continue reading “Travel Theme – Rain”
Back in September 2015 I ticked off a bucket list item that had been there since 2008 after I saw the horrifically violent movie, In Bruges, and that was to visit the medieval city of Bruges in Belgium.
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