Un camino se abre y alguien sale al encuentro de la bienvenida. Una tonada que no es del charrua nos recibe con un francés que me transporta y digo... el mundo hoy está acá, en esta tierra lejana, remota, que mira un río y una puesta de sol. Porque acá me pregunto? La respuesta..., pocos lugares quedan con esta calidez, vista, riqueza, libres y sin pensamientos extremistas que destruya una paz cansina tan necesaria para el equilibrio cada vez más buscando por el hombre. Silvane va desahogando su aventura y su pasión y nos contagia la energía con la que eligió y armó este lugar, y me quedo con este pensamiento...siempre hay una puerta nueva que espera ser abierta para que yo encuentre un nuevo lugar, proyecto , o aventura que me darán cosas que alimentan mi espíritu. Gracias @lemomentposadaboutique por el té tan exquisito que hicimos en nuestra tarde de ayer! #thanksgod#verano2018#coloniadelsacramento#registrodeldia#lemoment#lemomentposadaboutique#travelphotography#travelandleisure#travelandlife#traveluruguay#photographyaddict#photo
Last week’s theme for the Black and White Photo Journal was “homesteads.” These four locations were in Pine County, north of the Twin Cities. Clockwise starting in the upper left: this well-kept homestead caught my eye and my lense. It had a beautiful barn and outbuildings! The next one was a little more run-down, but the weathered wood looked fantastic in black-and-white. The lower right homestead is actually for sale! It had a pole shed and chicken coop behind the house. The lower left is a quiet homestead snuggled in the woods. Really a great property! This was a fun journal, and congratulations to @natures_image_farm for guessing the theme. Are you ready for a new week? I have my photos ready to roll!
As it hammers down with rain outside, we are dreaming of last month’s snowfall. @photosofbritain has captured this little corner of Warwickshire rather beautifully don’t you think?
The Gunpowder Plot of 1605 was a Warwickshire conspiracy. The conspirators' principal aim was to kill King James, however another important objective was the kidnapping of the King's daughter, third in the line of succession, Princess Elizabeth. Housed at Coombe Abbey near Coventry, the Princess lived only ten miles north of Warwick, convenient for the plotters, most of whom lived in the Midlands. Once the King and his Parliament were dead, the plotters intended to install Elizabeth on the English throne as a titular Queen.
Robert Catesby, the prime mover in the conspiratory, was a Warwickshire man, born probably at Bushwood, near Lapworth and John Grant, whose house at Northbrook, Snitterfield, was the rendezvous and powder magazine of the conspirators, was of the gentry of the county.
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Feeling extra whimsy and happy floating around one of my favorite temples in Hanoi because THE SUN IS OUTTTT. People this is big! The weather has been so grey and sad and this is just utter bliss! 🌞
Happy weekend, hope you are soaking up all them rays where ever you are on this little blue ball! Let me know where you are in the world today 🤗