Glow

“It is easy to see the glow but hard to recognize the awakening of silence.” ― Dejan Stojanovic, The Sun Watches the Sun This week’s photo challenge asks us to explore ‘glow’: “The Golden Hour is the time of day before sunset or after sunrise, when the light is soft and glowing.” Photo made in […]

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You May be Tall But You Will Feel Small

And as we introduced each other during a Skype call, he told me that he was under the impression that we had already met in person, years ago, during a management conference in Switzerland. I couldn’t remember him at all, and the more he described that encounter, the more embarrassed I felt. He had his […]

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Where is Badfish? Can You Find Him?

Where is BadFish? Many of you know Badfish, my blogger friend who runs the Badfish & Chips Cafe.  I haven’t seen him blogging since April and I dearly miss him! If you read him, you must too, because he is an enticing and inspiring writer.  Can you find him? So, I’m officially launching the Badfish […]

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Windows of Mallorca

The featured image is of a house window in the village of Capdepera, on the way up to Castell de Capdepera, a historic fortress in Mallorca, Spain. The next images are windows of the impressive Cathedral in Palma de Mallorca.

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Why I Focus on People and Portraits

At the end of the ‘Everyday Inspiration” course, as a wrap-up, I could choose to revisit a previous assignment. On Day Fifteen, the prompt’s idea should have come from one of my readers.

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Revealing Layers of Alhambra’s Past

My submission for the this week’s photo challenge brought me back to Alhambra palace in Granada, Spain. The wealth of its architecture unfolds past layers that display the interplay of religion, politics and royalty with power.

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Nature’s Structure

This is my submission for the DP Photo Challenge: This week, share with us the structure of something typically overlooked. These are stones and seashells from Normandy’s beaches in France, ‘fished’ in July.

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Feeling Cornered by Making Lists

After my short exile from blogging, I subscribed to two writing courses to brush up my skills and reconnect with the blogger’s community. It is Day two of the WP writing course, which is all about making a list. The task comes with a supposedly motivational message that ‘compiling a list is a way to […]

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