Goodbye, dear Jack.
Our dear neighbour, Jack, passed away yesterday following a heart seizure. He had had a heart bypass some years ago but, unfortunately, the hospital could do...
posted on May 11, 2011
Christmas Greetings from across the miles
Best Wishes to all Photobloggers for a Merry Christmas and a good New Year. ¡Recuerdos a todos los Photobloggers por una Feliz Navidad y un buen Año Nuevo!
posted on Dec. 14, 2010
“REMEMBER me when I am gone away, Gone far away into the silent land; When you can no more hold me by the hand, Nor I half turn to go, yet turning stay....
posted on Nov. 09, 2010
May your hearts be filled with all the joy That Christmas time can bring, For happy times together And the best of everything.
posted on Dec. 10, 2009
In Flanders Fields " In Flanders fields the poppies blow, Between the crosses row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing,...
posted on Nov. 07, 2009
We were enjoying a morning coffee at our favourite café in Benijofar (about two miles from where we live) when we espied this brave, hard-working young man...
posted on Sept. 19, 2009
Sunsets continue to fascinate me … I guess they always will. Their evocative palette and ever-changing ‘patterns’ as they flit across the sky surely quicken the...
posted on June 25, 2009
An interesting phenomenon which appeared in our garden this morning — a double hibiscus with an extra (smaller) red petal growing out of the main one! It’s the...
posted on June 24, 2009
Doorways and arches
Some more shots of locations recently visited (but not of skies this time, ha ha). Monasterio de Santa Isabel La Real (Siglo XVI – XVII (16th to 17th Century) –...
posted on Feb. 11, 2009
Some shots of locations recently visited. Sunrises and sunsets still continue to fascinate me, but the skies above Rojales are still my favourite. That, too,...
posted on Jan. 16, 2009
I will be taking a break from Photoblog for a while to concentrate on brushing up on my Spanish and dealing with the day-to-day activities of living. I have...
posted on Nov. 16, 2008
We were lunching al fresco on Sunday at El Raso, about two miles from where we live and, while waiting to be served, espied the goings-on above us –– a lovely...
posted on Nov. 11, 2008
We Will Remember Them
“They shall grow not old, As we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, Nor the years condemn, At the going down of the sun And in the morning We will...
posted on Nov. 09, 2008
In Flanders Fields
“In Flanders fields the poppies blow, Between the crosses row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard...
posted on Nov. 08, 2008
Day into night
Interesting, isn't it, how landmarks and more mundane places can take on a mysterious aura when night falls? Could this be why romances are usually developed...
posted on Nov. 07, 2008
It was another sunny day with hardly any wind, so we were able to lunch al fresco by the pool. In the evening, we were blessed with pink clouds which started...
posted on Nov. 06, 2008
And so, after about a week of bright, sunny weather, we experienced our first heavy downpour in the month. But it was a delightful palette that Nature provided...
posted on Nov. 04, 2008
Awaiting my turn
It happens but once a year, and people aged over 65 are encouraged to take up their entitlement to a free flu jab as early as possible during the autumn....
posted on Nov. 03, 2008
Here I go again, chronicalling a day of sky-watching. As you can see, we still have clear skies in November in this part of Spain –– and not a snow-flake in...
posted on Nov. 01, 2008