Posts Tagged: remote

I remember it as if it were yesterday….. / 2

I vividly recall taking this photograph on Crete around 30 years ago. The heat, the view, the scents of wild herbs…..and looking down into this valley, noticing the tiny chapel and seeing two priests step out and walk up the

I remember it as if it were yesterday….. / 2

I vividly recall taking this photograph on Crete around 30 years ago. The heat, the view, the scents of wild herbs…..and looking down into this valley, noticing the tiny chapel and seeing two priests step out and walk up the

Thursday’s Special: Pick a word (or three) in February

Remote, in an arboreal setting: Homemade Alimentary: Posted for Paula’s Thursday Special, see more here.

Thursday’s Special: Pick a word (or three) in February

Remote, in an arboreal setting: Homemade Alimentary: Posted for Paula’s Thursday Special, see more here.

One/27

Alone in a remote rural landscape, early morning. This was taken on my travels in Maramures, Romania a few years ago. The low cloud and the single, dark figure walking into the distance charging the scene with atmosphere….

One/27

Alone in a remote rural landscape, early morning. This was taken on my travels in Maramures, Romania a few years ago. The low cloud and the single, dark figure walking into the distance charging the scene with atmosphere….

Italy Less Trodden… part 3: Casteluccio

For part 3 of my Italy Less Trodden occasional series, we’re off to Umbria. More precisely, to Casteluccio in the Valnerina. When I said I wanted to be based in the area known as the Valnerina, the nice lady at

Italy Less Trodden… part 3: Casteluccio

For part 3 of my Italy Less Trodden occasional series, we’re off to Umbria. More precisely, to Casteluccio in the Valnerina. When I said I wanted to be based in the area known as the Valnerina, the nice lady at

Pantoum

In response to today’s prompt over at d’Verse, here is a Pantoum I wrote a while back, prompted by a photograph taken many years ago in a valley on Crete. The Priests in the Valley The chapel sits hard against

Pantoum

In response to today’s prompt over at d’Verse, here is a Pantoum I wrote a while back, prompted by a photograph taken many years ago in a valley on Crete. The Priests in the Valley The chapel sits hard against