It’s more than simply just the food when eating out. This was very much the case when we were visiting Tallinn, Estonia. The ambiance in the 300 year-old restaurant complete with a true bread-basket together with the food was simply divine.
It’s said we eat with our eyes but on this particular night all five of our senses were tingling with delight. Food is the One Word Photo Challenge from Jennifer Nichole-Wells this week.
The checkered flag is flying in the breeze, we are at the fourth and final week of the One Four Challenge being hosted this month by Photography by Nic. Being the last week I have done a little bit of everything with a little bit of everything.
First I dabbled in Photoshop, then it was a quick visit to Snapseed before returning to PhotoScape. And here we are. Where was this influence last month for Halloween I ask?!
Here is my original photo I took in the beautiful old city of Tallinn – Estonia, along with all my previous three weeks of editing.
It’s been an absolutely fabulous month. Hopefully everyone has enjoyed the One Four Challenge for November as much as I have. Many thanks to the ever patient and helpful Nic for hosting this month – it’s been a blast!
Here we are Week 2 of the November One Four Challenge being hosted this month by Photography by Nic. This is the challenge where we choose one of our own captures then process it a different way for four consecutive weeks.
For this week I’ve simply changed out the colour to monochrome, done a little cropping but have left the church on a slight angle, giving more emphasis to the tree in front.
Here is my original photo and last week’s processing for comparisons.
Be sure to check out Nic’s blog, Photography by Nic, for her work this week on the challenge and also for the links to all the other submissions for the One Four Challenge.
Another month, another One Four Challenge where we choose one of our own captures then process it a different way for the following four weeks. This month, Photography by Nic is hosting this challenge whilst Robyn take a well-deserved break!
So without further ado here is my image for this week, one of the many church towers in the old city of Tallinn, Estonia last year. For this week I’ve simply straightened the photo, cropped it slightly and of course boosted the contrast.
Here is my original capture for comparison.
Be sure to check out lovely Nic’s, Photography by Nic for her submission along with links to all the other submissions for this wonderful challenge this month.
The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge for this week is… DOOR.
This door particularly piqued my interest when I was in Tallinn, Estonia last year. A door in a wall that was covered in moss complete with roots hanging down from above.
The only thing that could have made this even more interesting and even more enticing was if an elf or mystical creature had emerged from it, lol.
But you gotta wonder though… what is with that pipe?!
We couldn’t help but smile after spotting this painted on the side of a building as we proceeded to the look-out above the Medieval Old City of Tallinn.
It really did sum up our wonderful visit to Tallinn, Estonia. There are so many more photographs I would love to share but even from where I sit here at the end of the channel I can sense if I did there would be an enormous outcry of… “mum, how much longer?”
Somehow I don’t think it would have mattered what the hotel was like, simply being positioned in the Medieval Old City would have been enough. However Hubby’s choice of The 3 Sisters certainly didn’t hurt. Originally it was three merchant houses that have since been joined to create this unique and wonderful hotel.
There is a little bit of what can only be assumed as “original structure” dotted around the hotel. Take these three steps for example that are now flush against the wall above the restaurant doorway. The seeming lead only to a window…
The old beams and stone-work of yesteryear in our room intertwined with both the sprinkler and electrical systems of today.
There were old doors beside new doors.
There was an elevator in the hotel but who could resist gracing a stair-case such as this?! If only I’d packed my ball gown, dang it! 🙂
All holidays however come down to the meals – breakfast is my favorite meal of the day and it didn’t disappoint here. How could it when there were bottles of prosecco out with the buffet spread – now that’s MY kind of hotel!
Once satisfied with your culinary choices, you would then proceed to another little area to dine where this was the view from our table.
The evening meals were taken in the actual dining room itself. This being our preferred table with the most amazing candle-holder beside it in the window frame.
Oh and the meals, they were NOTHING like we could have EVER imagined. They were a treat not just to eat but to see – steak and veg has never been so exquisite!
And as I sit and dream of these meals of an afternoon, I hear my children pacing the kitchen, inquiring… “mum, how much longer?”