What is Your Address?

“Nothing echoes like an empty mailbox.”- Charles M. Schulz It is so different living in the the countryside. Maybe it is the breath of fresh air…or the fresh fruits that we taste… the beautiful flowers in the garden or even just the joy of going to walk a long way just to check if there’s…

Discovering Esztergom

The Basilica of Esztergom is the largest Catholic church in Hungary. It isn’t just the largest but it is the tallest building in the country, with a dome that is 118 metres. If you want to see more of the Basilica, here is my previous post about Esztergom. The entrance to the basilica are brightly…

Ducks by the Lake

“To Live will be an awfully big adventure”– Peter Pan Walking by the lake I happened to see these ducks which I thought were sleeping because they were not moving at all. But no, their eyes were wide open, so maybe they were just … RESTing. This is for Jez’s Water Water Everywhere Challenge – WWE and…

Faded Orange Flowers

“If we could see the miracle of a single flower clearly your whole life would change” – Buddha I saw these flowers at the botanical gardens. This is for Sunshine’s Macro Monday – Orange Flowers and for Cee’s FOTD Challenge – Orange Flowers

Pattern and Frosty Blue

“I never get tired of the blue sky.” – Vincent Van Gogh   This is for City Sonnets Photo a Day & Color and Letter Challenges – Pattern and Frosty Blue One sunny day at the Docklands. This is a modern harbour development with lots of inspiring street art and open, wide spaces that makes…

Tree Sculpture

“Love the trees until their leaves fall off, then encourage them to try again next year.”― Chad Sugg This is for Becca’s Sunday Trees and for Frank’s Tuesday Photo Challenge- Tree

Europe in 2016

“Stop worrying about the potholes in the road and enjoy the journey.” – Babs Hoffman Leading lines is a photo technique that creates depth and dimension to a photograph. “Leading lines are all around us in cities and in nature. Your job as the photographer is to find them and arrange them in your photograph so…

At the Wombat Hill Botanical Gardens

“A garden isn’t meant to be useful. It’s for joy.Rumer Godden found in Power of Simple Living by Ellyn Sanna” ― Rumer Godden The Wombat Hill Botanical Gardens in Daylesford, Australia is an amazing garden built on top of an extinct volcano. If I had known this, in the light of recent volcanic eruptions in New Zealand and in…

Doors of 4 Town Churches

As I have mentioned in my previous posts, I spent a few days in Daylesford with my husband, Jack. Jack is a different kind of guy and a very special one at that. I am praising him, not because I know that he will be reading this sometime soon, but because he is a very…