Monochrome madness 2-34

As some may have noticed I’ve been taking a bit of a break from regular blogging to do a few other things, but I’m still here. Please visit Leanne Cole for all the great… Continue reading

Skara Brae and the Maeshowe Tomb

For Ed Mooney’s great History Challenge on Wednesday- In the winter of 1850 a wild North Sea storm uncovered Neolithic ruins at Skaill Bay on the Orkney Islands of Scotland.  Further excavations and study determined that… Continue reading

A Rose in Princes Street Gardens

A single rose can be my garden, a single friend my world– L Buscaglia    

A Prayer for Paris

solidarité Courage et la force! Tears are the silent language of grief Voltaire

A Remembrance Day Story (“The Great War”)

and a prayer for peace! As the media pay tribute to the Great War’s 100th anniversary 1914-1919 and Canada’s great sacrifice at Ypres, the Somme and Vimy Ridge here is a story from… Continue reading

Monochrome Madness- 2-32-

I’ve slowed down with blogging to deal with some life issues but could not miss Leanne Cole’s madness for monochrome on Tuesdays. There is something wonderful about crossing over a bridge. They have the… Continue reading

Monochrome Madness 2-31- Rows and flows of Angel Hair

and ice cream castles in the air  – Joni Mitchell Leanne Coles’ theme for MM –           Clouds

Ed Mooney’s History Challenge- In the Jaws of Kukulkan

For Ed’s great weekly history challenge I am presenting a subject I have written about before so to those who have already read any of my previous posts about this fascinating civilization please forgive the redundancy… Continue reading

Monochrome Madnesses

I’m a bit late again but here is my offering (Da Vinci) to Leanne Coles wonderful gallery of images – and some monochrome travel images. Travelling leaves you speechless, then turns you into… Continue reading

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    winter in Killarney

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  • My Beloved Brother, in memory- and a tribute

    Om Mane Padme Hum - your smile made everyone want to be your friend. You are much missed.