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WW – Looking up, Then and Now

I have decided to post photos of past travels in general and our eight year sailing adventure on SV Irie in particular for Wordless Wednesdays. I hope you enjoy them. My theme “Look up” for this week comes from The Daily Post.

Doing yoga on a beach in the San Blas Islands, Panama, years ago

Doing yoga on a beach in the San Blas Islands, Panama, in 2012

Walking in "our" forest in the yard today, Heath, MA, USA

Walking in “our” forest in the yard today, Heath, MA, USA

Ceilings in St. Petersburg, Russia (September 2015)

Do you remember to look up when walking in nature, towns or museums? What is you favorite sight to look up at? Mine is … a boring blue sky or a sparkling black one! 🙂

10 Comments

  1. sometimes I forget to look up. nice shots.

  2. The churches are amazing!
    It’s hard to be a starry, cloudless, bugless night!

  3. I love your idea of a theme and posting multiple pictures for WW. Where were the ones in St Petersburg taken at? Is that the Hermitage?

    • I actually only intend to post one photo each Wednesday (and the two tree ones this Wednesday), but then I remember other shots and… spend loads of time locating them and posting them. The theme makes it easier to select a photo for the post. Some photos were, indeed, taken in the Hermitage, others in churches and different museums. I didn’t label them well enough to remember exactly… 🙁

  4. The palm trees win every time for me Liesbet. Perhaps it’s that in this cooler climate we don’t see them ever. The sight always makes me smile ear to ear. Loved seeing your image this morning as the cold rain pours down outside the window.

    • Palm trees under a blue sky are hard to beat, I agree! And doing yoga on a tropical island (in the shade without bugs) as well, which is why I probably don’t enjoy yoga as much anymore… 🙂 Hope you have a sunny weekend, Sue!

  5. Beautiful series of photos and the architecture is stunning! 🙂

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