Like a coin on a railroad track, Life has a funny way of jumping up and derailing our best intentions. My focus at the moment is about 4,500 kilometers from me. I’ll continue to post Photo101’s when and if I have available time. See you when I do. Thanks for stopping by. (As a real aside, apparently Google Maps lives in an alternate reality where … Continue reading So it goes
This snapshot was taken on the morning of our last day in Amsterdam. My daughter, who I had not seen for a few months, and I were on our way to have breakfast before heading to the new wing of the Rijksmuseum. For me the shadow play was too hard to resist. Posted from WordPress for Android
Solitude to me is a state of mind rather than a place. It’s the ability to step back and go into oneself even when surrounded by the noise of everyday. Posted from WordPress for Android
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.
Sorry for the dearth of posts. We are obsessing, and I do mean obsessing, over planning our upcoming trip to Norway. I cannot tell you how many websites, brochures, maps, forums and guidebooks we have poured over in the last month. Essentially it all boils down to three things: There’s a good chance that some roads we want to take will still be closed due … Continue reading “Out to Lunch”