WordPress Photo Challenge – Spring

This week, WordPress’s challenge is Spring.

Spring usually finds me or my partner on a jet airliner to see the other, either me to the UK, or him to Canada. This big bad boy took me to London in early April this year.

Air Canada's 777-300, Not as big as the double decker planes but pretty frigging big all the same

Air Canada’s 777-300, Not as big as the double decker planes but pretty frigging big all the same

About

I love to travel, take photos, read. I love Coronation Street, Doctor Who, Dexter, True Blood. I enjoy museums, galleries, shopping, sightseeing and food when I travel. I have a husband and a great family. I live by the Atlantic ocean in a small city which I love.

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7 comments on “WordPress Photo Challenge – Spring
  1. buntymcc says:

    “Oh to be in England now that April”s there.” Or was.

  2. suyashchopra says:

    That’s so much of motivation for you to travel, WOW! London must be awesome in spring. Hope to see few photos soon…Thanks for stopping by my blog.

  3. Elizabeth says:

    I used the airplanes for “on the move” challenge! I’m always in one of them.

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Travel and Me

I am unapologetically a tourist. I love to take photos and I enjoy writing about my travels. I love to sightsee, and to wander in museums and galleries. I love cathedrals and churches - the architecture and usually, the art, can astonish me. History fascinates me and architecture draws my camera out time and again.

I'm not an intrepid or adventurous traveler like some, nor does a sunny, sandy resort or luxurious cruise ship attract me.

I envision this blog as a place for my travel memories, my travels as they occur (Yay for laptops and free wifi!), or for chat about travel related things like books, movies, tv shows, websites, magazines, and anything else I think of that might suit! I hope you enjoy it!

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