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Category Archives: Europe
In Derbyshire, on the banks of the Trent River, stands a limestone Anchorite cave church. Archaeologist Edmund Simons said: “Our findings demonstrate that this odd little rock-cut building in Derbyshire is more likely from the 9th century than from the … Continue reading
Tricia asked me the same question that I have asked so many people over the years, but I was stumped, I did not have a ready answer. We of course talk about travel often, that is like breathing and eating … Continue reading
Travelsketching while on the trip forces you to slow down and savor a time and place, flipping through sketchbook journals after the trip rekindles the feeling of a place better than just photos. TheTravelsketcher has discovered that doing a sketch … Continue reading
Never thought that when we went on a walk with our friends in Scotland the land would grab me so. A painting today, another one, of Loch Brora. This is a 12×16 canvas and acrylic.
Boboli Gardens are located on a hill behind the Pitti Palace in Florence, Italy. The Palace was the home of the Medici family, famous for funding most of the great art and buildings in 16th century Florence. The gardens are … Continue reading
From the top of the city tower looking down into the courtyard, a challenger perspective exercise.
My mind is still in highlands of Scotland 8×10 watercolor
We found this little guy perched on a planter as we were walking in Old Town Lyon, France.
Someone asked me, “What was the best place on your trip?” The first place that came to mind was Golspie in Scotland. I loved the place, even the weather, and best of all I made two new friends that I … Continue reading