…photography, food and musings of our travels
It seems almost wrong to “dirty up” a beautiful bright pink gerbera but gosh darn it, a fresh gerbera is just too hard to resist sometimes!
If what is old is new again, why can’t what is new be old?
Yesterday afternoon I had to take a double-take at the house across the harbour. At first glance there appeared to be flames licking at the side of the house. My zoom-lens quickly revealed this burning glow to simply be a tree’s autumn attire.
Glow is The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge word the week.
How lucky are we to have this Red Maple Tree in our very own back yard? Its fall colours are so bright and beautiful against the green grass and the rock path.
Autumn is today’s Challenge Word with Jennifer Nichole Wells Halloween Challenge.
As the light emerged with the beginning of the new day, a beautiful blue heron in search of some fresh breakfast was revealed down by the water’s edge.
Such a wonderful start to the day, a fresh hot coffee in my hand whilst watching Mother Nature at her best right outside my window.
An old photo of a pink tulip with a new look. In this age of technology there is no longer such a thing as an old photo. With a little tweaking, a filter or two, an old photo can have new life breathed into it.
Is is recycling, repurposing, or renewing? Or is it simply enjoying the beauty that always was?
Even now, this image of abstract artwork on one of our visits to Seyðisfjörður, East Iceland still intrigues me. It’s almost as if one piece of this iron is keeping the mountain at bay whilst another piece is stretching to protect the church from it.
This small township was an hour’s drive from our home in Reyðarfjörður. It was one of those drives that always felt as if it was taking longer then it was due to the fact you had to drive down the steepest, twisty road into it.
This image felt ideal for the Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge this week of… Scale. Like everything in life, it’s where you stand that creates “your” perspective of what’s around you.