I’ve been fighting a virus this last while and the ensuing slump that came with it but in fighting my way out of the the fog I thought I’d join in one of Cee’s fun challenges this week- Black and White, Shadows and Reflections. Do check out all the entries on her great blog!
Because I just returned again from a trip over the Atlantic I thought I’d use some of the dramatic scenes I tried to capture while there including a stopover in Toronto.
So from the modern and magnificent- and somewhat overwhelming for a small town girl!
Downtown Toronto, Canada
to the wonderful old castles of the Scottish Highlands. They usually have the added bonus of being haunted!
Eilean Donan on Loch Alsh
From the reflective beaches of the Dingle Peninsula
On the Inch
To the solitudes of Killarney National Park- there is a journey, a threshold and a silence that rather works for the melancholic and introverted personality!
traveler,and photographer, I'm the hopeful storyteller, a sometime virtual wanderer, a seeker of light and magic - and a finder of old bones and philosopher stones- including adventures in the time machine. Just your average everyday mad woman.
and a very Happy New Year, happy Hogmanay and Athbhliain faoi mhaise daoibh!! Storyteller/Builder Tahiti Rae closed her historic installation New Year’s Eve with a scene from Britain’s finest hour. From July through October 1940, the Battle of Britain was fought in the air by The Royal Air Force, The Royal Canadian Air Force and units […]