A recent visit to Venice, Italy got me thinking about the model train set I had as a kid, and how it taught me the meaning of scale. For those who have never played with model trains, they come in two different scale sizes: N and HO. HO is the larger of the two, with […]
Gone Traveling Thought I’d better let folks know that I’m off doing what travel writers love best: traveling! Over the next several weeks, the hubby and I will be hitting up NYC, Long Island, London, Barcelona, Cartagena, Cadiz, Ponta Delgada and New Orleans. Plus, we’re taking the slow way home – a transatlantic cruise. Internet […]
I don’t know the story behind this modern-day interpretation of David and Goliath using Ronald McDonald as the giant, but it really stood out next to all the ancient buildings of Venice.
Sometimes it’s hard taking photos through shop windows without getting unwanted reflections of yourself and passersby. I decided to play with that while in Venice.
I took this week’s photo while crossing the Rialto Bridge in Venice, Italy. I like how the graffitti girl seems to be eyeing those Venetian masks. Can’t decide, however, if she is feeling wistful or contemptuous. What do you think?
Colorful laundry fluttering from balconies is a common sight in Spain. Even so, I found these pretty little flamenco dresses especially delightful while strolling along the streets of Malaga.