Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Wheels
Last week I, Viveka and Sue, visited Kyrkö Mosse and the cars buried there. The athmosphere here is very special, and you cannot but feel it – in your heart and bones. There is also something with the grasses, the soft, green moss and the brown rust… …something that touches you deeply. And it is […]Read Post ›
Unusual…well, my daughter spotted this unusual grave decoration when we visited the beautiful Highgate Cemetery, London. The much loved author Douglas Adams’ fans leave their most precious pens in the pot. Of course we did as well. We are all only Hitchhikers here, aren’t we…
A bit late…but still. Collage Cars! Pictures taken at Kyrkö mosse, Ryd, and at Nostalgia, Ronneby. For more information about Kyrkö Mosse: Visit Sue at Words Visual and Viveka at Myguiltypleasures.
This once was a sign…or it is still a sign? Go to Cee to find more signs!
The name Bunratty, Bun Raite (or possibly, Bun na Raite) in Irish, means ”river basin” of the ‘Ratty’ river. This river, alongside the Bunratty Castle, flows into the nearby Shannon Estuary. We visited for some hours and really enjoyed its genuin feel. Bunratty Castle Plaque in Irish and in English The first recorded settlement […]Read Post ›
Continual and Vigilant – for Paula, a photo from a Cemetary in Dublin
Waterford, Ireland, has a long tradition of crystal making, in fact since the 18th century, and is well worth a visit. If my cupboards were not already full of things…but, no, I did not buy anything. The temptation was not a little one though…What do you think about these?