Monthly Archive: August, 2014

How Thailand changed my view of sunsets

In the midst of my dozens of job interviews and all the stress that comes with job hunting I completely missed this wonderful Daily Prompt: New Dawn How often do you get to… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge – Dialogue between rainbows

For this week’s challenge, bring together two of your photos into dialogue. What do they say to each other? On our trip to Lisbon in October 2012 the weather was completely unpredictable and,… Continue reading

Birthday, BFF and an anniversary

Apologies for having neglected the blogging world for a while! My life is just one big rollercoaster at the moment and sometimes the downs that inevitably follow the ups are just too much.… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge – Fray in Dublin

Don’t stand on the sidelines: join in and show us a photo that says “fray” to you. Being a non-native English speaker I have to admit that I found this week’s photo challenge quite, well,… Continue reading

Life begins at conception and ends at birth

Well, does it really? I’m sure everyone has a different view on this highly ethical and sensitive matter. I believe that instead of arguing when a foetus is alive or not all women should be… Continue reading

Mdina – Malta’s “Silent City”

As the summer is coming to an end here in Ireland it’s still in full swing in Malta, a tiny island just 80 km south of Sicily. It enjoys 3,000 hours of sunshine… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge – Nature’s silhouettes

This week, experiment with light and capture a silhouette. This was taken in February on a holiday in Malta. We walked along the seafront towards Spinola Bay and admired the sunset. One of… Continue reading

The best decision of my life

I’m sure everyone can think of a moment in their life where they have made the right decision. Perhaps even one that changed their life. This post is about mine and there won’t be… Continue reading

Muskau Park – A magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Site

The Boyfriend and I visited my family in Dresden in July last year. We usually fly over in December for Christmas so spending time there in the summer was a welcome change. We… Continue reading

10 Reasons why this summer can officially go now

I got an email from Ryanair this morning with quite a funny advert: The suggested destinations on offer in the email were Memmingen (Munich) and London. It was a sad reminder just how bad… Continue reading

Guinea pig on the road – no lemons

When life gives you lemons… make something else. Tell us about a time you used an object or resolved a tricky situation in an unorthodox way. The scene in “Raiders of the Lost… Continue reading

Texture in Florence

This week, share a texture found in an unexpected place. It could be made of natural materials, as in these images, or with man-made objects. The photo shows the first out of three courtyards… Continue reading