I was fiddling around with this photo again and I think it looks better in black and white. I was showing this to my aunt last night and she said that she could just feel that little kid was feeling absolute comfort and safety through this photograph‚Ä¶.
While at the wedding, I had the chance to meet the grooms brother and his adorable little son, Adam. This kiddo had the sweetest and most inquisitive expression. But what just melted my heart the way his daddy gently held him‚Ä¶ And held his wee hand‚Ä¶ It was wonder
Ah‚Ä¶.the French Rivera‚Ä¶.can I just pretend to be glamorous for one evening. Two of my favorite things to do in their absolute best form‚Ä¶.slow strolls and eating! Unfortunately, Nice did not give Chris a good first impression, but that is because we drove into the city‚Ä¶so
Chris and I had the pleasure of attending one of his good friends wedding in Greece and wow.what a beautiful ceremony‚ The Greek Orthodox service was amazing beautiful, rich in old customs, symbols and culture. I had such a wonderful time and promise to post some more photos of o
As agreed by Clarkson, Hammond and May‚Ä¶.the San Bernardino Pass is supposedly THE best driving road in Europe‚Ä¶and although I wasn‚Äôt driving, I would have to agree as a passenger‚Ä¶this was pretty fun. Again, I was hanging half out of the window trying to photograph the scen
Just a quick teaser to say more photos will be coming soon. Chris and I left St. Moritz on Tuesday morning to drive the San Bernardino Pass. Then we drove for a long slog to down to Nice, France‚Ä¶ Today we were in Monaco this morning and finished up in Milan, where we will be
We left our good friends Chris and Gillian on Monday (Gillian must be the best hostess in the world...thanks a billion for your gracious hospitality...) From Zurich, we headed east towards Devon. Our route took us from Davos to Stelvio via Bormio...but basically we were in the mi
An hour train ride from Zurich and then a short bus ride up the mountain we landed in a small town called Amden and then hiked for over 5 hours through the Swiss mountains..(Glarner Alps) to places I never thought in my life that I would ever see...we were in wildflower meadows a
Last night our wonderful hosts not only fed us the most amazing home cooked indian food...but then played tour guide and took us on an evening stroll to walk off our well fed bellies. Zurich never entered my radar as a place to visit and see when I was backpacking during college.
Just a note to say we have landed in Zurich and are staying with some dear friends...tomorrow they are taking us hiking up the mountains to where one of my favorite books is set...'Heidi'... ..and hoping to catch some amazing photos of the scenery....