This is an easy one for me, but again I find I need to post from the web and not the WP app since I can’t seem to directly share to WP from Instagram. (Boo!) If nothing else, it gives me an opportunity to show you how to embed an Instagram on your site. Need to spend more time here, more often #sunset #israel A … Continue reading Photo101: Bliss
After meeting my daughter in Amsterdam for 5 days (the reason I disappeared from Blogging201), I returned home early this morning to a suddenly wintery Israel. Our plane landed in near darkness at 5 a.m. and this was the scene that greeted me as I left the terminal.
Our trip to Norway at the end of May has already acquired a dreamlike quality even if it was only two months ago. Revisiting our vacation pictures helps me remember that there are places in the world where the hottest topic of conversation is the weather. And occasionally Norway did make me feel like I was back in Minnesota, not least of all because it … Continue reading Bergen-Gateway to the Fjords
Nearly 2050 photos later… There were fjords, of course, and more fresh water than I’ve ever seen in my life, which is a lot to say coming from a native Minnesota girl. More pictures, much more, coming later. Meanwhile, life is like a box of chocolates.
A week ago we signed up for a free, Friday morning field trip to Mt. Gilboa with the Jewish National Fund. I’d been waiting very impatiently since our day trip several weeks ago to the same area because it was too early and there wasn’t a single Gilboa Iris to be seen. When Friday morning rolled around, we woke up to a downpour with black, thundering … Continue reading One Image 3 Ways
The end of the Grossglockner High Alpine Road, Austria (or the start, depending on which end you entered the road), at the Kaiser Franz Josef Haus. Part of this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge More from our August 2013 road trip, including being chased up to the the FJ Haus by a Formula One! :) fin
Part of this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge Sky Sails Sea Wave Sand (Maybe you see more layers, or less.) There certainly was a lot of traffic, both seaward and landward, Saturday morning along the beach. Another beautiful “autumn” day. As lovely as it might be, I truly wish winter would hurry up and get here already.