I found myself wandering alone within the ancient walls of the old city in Genoa, and a story developed right before my eyes. This shot is one of a series I posted contrasting the old (the city itself) with the new (ideas conveyed through the graffiti) and the old again (the elderly of the city).
When I snapped … Continue reading “Woman with Shopping Bag in Genoa’s Ancient City”
David and I are both huge Eagles fans and firm believers in a “Take It Easy” lifestyle, but we had never been standing on a corner in Winslow, Arizona. Call us wacky, we were pretty stoked about the prospect.
The town of Winslow is pretty stoked, as well. They built a little monument to the lyric, complete with a … Continue reading “Standin’ on a Corner in Winslow, Arizona”
One of the highlights of my life (so far!) was the time I spent with this little sea lion in The Galapagos. He was every bit as curious of me as I was of him!
For more on the ridiculously cute sea lions of The Galapagos Islands: https://www.gypsynester.com/sea-lions-galapagos.htm
On the beach in Colonia, Uruguay, this adorable little guy is more than ready to share his father’s passion for fishing. Doesn’t matter that the pole is three times his size, he tackles the task at hand!
To see more of beautiful Colonia: https://www.gypsynester.com/colonia-uruguay.htm
Marine Iguanas are surprisingly communal beings, but these two seemed to share a special friendship!
For more on our adventures in The Galapagos Islands!: https://www.gypsynester.com/galapagos.htm
A male frigate doing his version of the Galapagos singles bar scene. What girl could resist a bright red inflated gular sac like that?
To see our entire Galapagos adventure, click here: https://www.gypsynester.com/galapagos.htm
Just want to see the birds? Click here: https://www.gypsynester.com/galapagos-birds.htm
Our first trip as a post-child-rearing couple coincided exactly with the official beginning our empty nest. On our son’s first day of college we were getting on a plane to Sardinia. It turned out to be a trip filled with firsts. First time in Sardinia, first time on an island in the Mediterranean, first time … Continue reading “Alghero Sand Castle”
Sitting by the peaceful fort of St. Augustine watching the sunset is a beautiful way to spend an evening. I must have sat in the spot for three hours waiting for this silhouette and I have about fifty shots of differing contrasts to prove it! 😉
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