There's not a lot of solace to be found along the Spanish coast, except out of season when the weather is more interesting.
The main street is still wide enough to do a U-turn in a great bullock wagon.
A magic morning at Bari in Italy, makes me want to lay in the boat and look up at the sky.
Sun on the valley
I have been very fortunate to be able to travel to far flung corners of the world. Most of Tibet is wild and beautiful.
The old town of Dubrovnik is like a little cameo of a world gone by, welcoming and restful.
The local bowling green is right next to the old abbey so I can only assume the green keeper does a little curating on the side. One suspects the odd games of bowls might get played in here from time to time?
Lif on the Adriatic
The first time I went o Croatia I was amazed at how clean the Adriatic sea was. So much more than I had imagined.
The moors certainly left a wonderful architectural heritage in Spain!
The valley floors are the only places available for arable agriculture in Tibet.
Waiting for the rain
In this part of Australia farmers have historically ploughed their land a few times before sowing their crops. Nowadays the practice is less common.
I spent several days visiting this site waiting for some interesting light. This was the calm before the storm which destroyed my ten a few hours later!
Pride in little boats must be a virtue?
It's hard to image a more peaceful place for a bath!
It must be Australia.
In the harbour of my ancestors.
Fortunately the tide of progress didn't reach all parts of Australia at the same time. Imagine what we would have lost had it done so.
Morning and afternoon light can create very different impressions at the same place.