Posts Tagged: early morning

Six Word Saturday: Lone Cyclist in the Early Morning

There is not another soul around: Linked to Six Word Saturday at Debbie’s here

Six Word Saturday: Lone Cyclist in the Early Morning

There is not another soul around: Linked to Six Word Saturday at Debbie’s here

Early morning light

Out and about early last week to avoid the worst of the heat in the morning, the light on the fields nearby was lovely, the distant areas looking almost misty:

Early morning light

Out and about early last week to avoid the worst of the heat in the morning, the light on the fields nearby was lovely, the distant areas looking almost misty:

One / 54 (in the early morning light)

The early morning light in Cordoba was lovely, and here’s an image I captured on one of my wanders…

One / 54 (in the early morning light)

The early morning light in Cordoba was lovely, and here’s an image I captured on one of my wanders…

One/16

Seen from a sleeper train during my travels in Romania, very early one May morning. A solitary soul at a lonely railway siding:

One/16

Seen from a sleeper train during my travels in Romania, very early one May morning. A solitary soul at a lonely railway siding:

One/12

Another ‘One’ from my travels in Maramures, northern Romania. This time, a solitary person spotted walking on the road in front of us in the early morning. The early morning mist was clearing, to reveal a beautiful blue sky….but it

One/12

Another ‘One’ from my travels in Maramures, northern Romania. This time, a solitary person spotted walking on the road in front of us in the early morning. The early morning mist was clearing, to reveal a beautiful blue sky….but it

Italy Less Trodden….Part 2

For this post, I am putting up some images of one of my favourite places..the medieval hamlet of Bagno Vignoni, in Tuscany, Italy. It used to be well off the beaten track, but I think it is becoming more ‘known’

Italy Less Trodden….Part 2

For this post, I am putting up some images of one of my favourite places..the medieval hamlet of Bagno Vignoni, in Tuscany, Italy. It used to be well off the beaten track, but I think it is becoming more ‘known’