Abby takes apple picking very seriously. She and her red wagon can find a lot of juicy apples which she mostly loves in pies and crisps!
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Motion.”
When it comes to travel, I prefer two to one.
Solo travel and me are like oil and vinegar. Ok but not the perfect blend.
Travelling together is like salt and vinegar. Great and the perfect blend, especially for potato chips, that is.
It Takes Two To Travel
Travelling together from A to Z.
Do you prefer to travel alone or with someone else?
It was more of an “I” day today; specifically, I is for Indecisive.
You see, I couldn’t decide between gorgeous, giving, grim and gobsmacked. Gobsmacked was the front runner until Chris shot it down. Since I don’t use it, ever, he thought is was strange to begin now. In the meantime, I am gobsmacked that I have chosen Gorgeous instead 🙂
A glimpse of gorgeous in the world. At least, according to me.
Happy travels from Cheryl and The Family C – moving from A to Z
Jade jumping in Prince Edward Island (Canada) = Ephemeral
When I look at my more recent travel photos, I notice a few things.
- I still can’t take good photos 🙂 but I try (an “A” for effort, a “C” for results)
- I take photos of everyday things, in fact, things I would never take photos of in Canada – doors, people cycling, people walking, people talking, people eating, us eating, and yes, even laundry
- I take fewer photos of the regular “touristy” things like ruins, forts, museums, statues and on and on…
Having grown up with a historian as a father, I think I have rebelled. There is something about being “dragged” to every fort in Canada, that makes me, well, a little less engaged in that side of life, and more inclined to the present everyday kind of life.
So this is how it came to be that I have recently started taking photos of laundry, other people’s, of course. And oh how I wish, that I had done so, when I was younger and travelling more, but well… in those days… my focus was more on me, how I looked, who I met, and where to have fun. Any recent photos of me travelling indicates this is no longer the case!
Yes, things change even as a traveller. So here’s to me, now, a somewhat older traveller, who loves laundry, when it’s not mine.
And, oh I know that the anticipation is almost too much to bear, but more laundry posts – Middle Eastern style – are on the horizon. I can’t wait 🙂