Posts Tagged: woods

The lost library in the woods

In the late 18th century, the lord of the castle at Hovdala Slott, Michael Ehrenborg, dreamt of a new library to house his many book in a natural setting. He found what he considered the perfect place in the woods

The lost library in the woods

In the late 18th century, the lord of the castle at Hovdala Slott, Michael Ehrenborg, dreamt of a new library to house his many book in a natural setting. He found what he considered the perfect place in the woods

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

Weekly Travel Theme : Pathways

This week, the Travel Theme set by Ailsa over at Where’s my Backpack is Pathhways. I have decided to post three images of quite different types of pathway – a couple are from the Cathar region of France, one out

Weekly Travel Theme : Pathways

This week, the Travel Theme set by Ailsa over at Where’s my Backpack is Pathhways. I have decided to post three images of quite different types of pathway – a couple are from the Cathar region of France, one out

Pattern or mystery?

It’s ‘Choices’ as prompt over at d’Verse today….and as I was having some fun with photo apps (again), I came up with a short poem in the Haiku form (sort of, but not a Haiku, as no season word etc)

Pattern or mystery?

It’s ‘Choices’ as prompt over at d’Verse today….and as I was having some fun with photo apps (again), I came up with a short poem in the Haiku form (sort of, but not a Haiku, as no season word etc)