Here are a few of my travels at home and abroad
Chills. Chills all over my body.
Stunning series dune mouse! 🙂
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Thank you so much Prosper!! Glad I gave you chills!! 😀
You’re welcome!! 🙂
Windows, doors and gates, these are such powerful symbols in a countless number of stories! Your photos are stories waiting to happen.
I agree and thanks so much Lizzie!
Masterful photos for the challenge Cybele!A wondrous collage of memories becomingly captured and presented;I paricularly like St. Kevin’s Monastery arches and the garden gate with the soft bluish glow 🙂 xxx
If you are ever able to visit Ireland or Scotland I think you would love it. Thank you, Your comments mean a lot to me!!
Have visited The Emerald Isle once,but Scotland numerous times … I just Love them both,I do appreciate the Spirit of them both in your photos 🙂 xxx
So much mystery in each of these photos, Cybele. I just love how your mind’s eye works in creating these lovely images!
thanks so much Stacy!! Glad you like them!
Gorgeous Cybele, I particularly love Culloden battlefield at peace.
It was an incredibly moving place to visit. Thanks Andrea!!
These pictures carry so much mystery to me haha awesome!
thanks so much Oscar!! and for popping by!
No problem at all!! 🙂
Great images Cybele; I like the arches, brides and gates.
many thanks Maria!
You give the photos such a dreamy look here, and I love them!! 🙂
thanks again Christy!!
My favourite is the garden gate. A gate to a mystical land it seems….:)
that’s what is always in my own mind!
again, a fascinating edit! well done, Cybele!
thank you Solaner!
I like the golden gate. The pergola looks like a door coming to other dimension…
thank you so much Nurul!
Fantastic…. So very atmospheric… If I may use that strange word
thanks so much Raj- I like that word! 🙂
What wonderful photo treatments. So delicate and mysterious.
Hey Suzanne! Thank you! I was going to leave a message for you – how is it going with the pc and all?!
Hi. Thanks for thinking of me. Getting there withall these new toys I bought but I domiss Photoshop. I will buy Photoshop Elelments soon I think. Free aopps are fun but mostseem pretty limited. Maybe I am anot getting the righT ones. Typing on a tablet is tricky too.
I hope you sort it all to your liking!!
Beautiful images… The promise of adventure in each one.
oh yes I agree thanks Six!!
I love those arches…natural and brick!
they are lovely- thanks Deborah!
Beautifully haunting pictures! I love how you have captured the perfect amount of light coming through the trees to create the gothic mood in your images. We visited the Culloden battlefield several years ago, it has a very strange feel to it, it gets into your bones. When you walk around, you can almost feel the presence of the clansmen from many, many years ago.
oh yes I so agree Katie!! Thank you! It was an amazing afternoon spent there and especially when you hear your own clan mentioned- I had tears in my eyes when I left!
Wow, that sounds an amazing experience!
Love the feel of these images. Bravo!
I’m so pleased you like them!! Thanks for stopping by Dan!
Love those gates – the garden and the monastery, both mysterious……..
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thanks so much Sue!
I love your approach to mysterious!
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