Tag Archive | Vacation

Weekly Photo Challenge – Prolific!

This week, we were asked to show an interpretation of prolific. Seeing this week’s theme and the illustrative pictorial, I went into my US photo archive to dig out my vacation pictures taken in the Music city of Nashville.

I travelled to the United States last year November and one of the seven States I visited was Nashville, Tennesse.  It was an unforgettable experience and I had the opportunity to take a tour of the Nashville downtown or City Centre. The  Music City arena was a brilliant spectacle and I was enthralled by the whole adventure.

The first three photos were taken in Nashville and my take on “Prolific”. Continue reading

Photo Of The Day!

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My Photo Of The Day – Captured yesterday evening at Houston, Texas.

So sorry friends, I couldn’t come online as I thought on this trip. The internet has been unstable and I’ve been on the move since I arrived the US on Tuesday.

Will try my best to make a post at least once a day.

Thank you. 🙂

 

Peace and Love!

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The Daily Prompt – Popular!

Among the top vacation cities in Europe is Paris, the capital of France. Paris, also known as the City of Light is the world’s most visited capital. It’s a popular tourist attraction and welcomes so many vacationers during the summer time.  Continue reading

Now That The Kids Are Home…

Dear Parents, How are you fairing this vacation period with the children? I know it’s always an amazing time to experience quality family moments.

But on the flip side, how is it really going with you? What’s the different experience now that they spend more time at home? Interesting! Exhaustive! Stressful! More talk, disorderliness, screams and shouts! Oh, quite hectic, I believe.  Continue reading

Photo Of The Day!

Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England, UK, is the Birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. It’s a tourist attraction and very beautiful. The rule here is that pictures are not allowed to be taken inside the exquisite massive building, well as at the time I visited in 2008. I don’t know if things have changed now.

It is the principal residence of the Dukes of Marlborough, and the only non-royal non-episcopal country house in England to hold the title of palace. (internet source)

Call it a museum of some sort and you’d be right.  Continue reading