Photo Credit: Susan Spaulding Another street corner It was like any other nameless street corner in a nondescript island town. It could have been in the Caribbean or in the Pacific or on any other Tropical Island. There was just the right number of stray dogs and random children kicked up the dust with a … Continue reading Sunday Photo Fiction (21.4.19)
She watched the jet depart and shed a solitary tear. She exuded melancholy, but unbeknownst to the casual onlooker, was relieved that the sick bastard had finally left for good. Only compassion for the crew and passengers prevented the cruellest of thoughts from arising in her mind. (280 chars) It’s Tuesday and time for this … Continue reading Twittering Tales (131) : 9.4.19
When we were living in Geneva we often had a Swiss Delicacy for Sunday Breakfast called a Tresse, which is a Pain Brioché (Milk Bread). It is a light soft bread with a light crunchy crust. It’s delicious with fresh butter and home made jam or honey. For a home made “Pain au Chocolat” I … Continue reading Yay it’s Sunday tomorrow!
I’ve made my decision and I’m here to stay: for the foreseeable future anyway. I’ll have to post some interesting content of course and that is another challenge. You’ve probably noticed that I’ve changed templates and I will be doing so again I’m afraid. I realized that just showing photos was only interesting for a … Continue reading The suspense is over
My wife and I are getting excited because we’ve just booked a cruise to the Baltic and will be visiting St. Petersburg for two days next May. It’s something we’ve wanted to do for a while but have been too busy travelling elsewhere. I’ll be taking lots of photos for sure! Continue reading Getting excited
I’ve decided to put some order into my videoclips and have been making short videos less than 2.5 minutes and have been putting them on Facebook. I thought I would try and post one here and find out what you think. My wife and I visited Myanmar in early 2017 and were fortunate to make … Continue reading Balloons over Bagan
It was worth the climb to admire this White Buddha in Nha Trang, Vietnam, but it also seemed majestic amongst the clouds. Continue reading The Buddha in the Vietnamese Sky