It is easy being green – photo challenge

This week’s photo challenge of the Daily Post is about ‘it is easy being green’. The colour green is everywhere and the most common colour in the natural world. Therefore, it is associated with safety, vitality, wealth, revitalisation, rebirth, relaxation, spring or the environment in general and stands symbolically for eternal life. However, sometimes, the … More It is easy being green – photo challenge

The road taken – photo challenge: Keywest (band)

This week’s photo challenge of the Daily Post is about something that was surprising ‘the road taken’. The first thing that came into my mind reading this topic was one of my trips to Ireland a little while ago. One day walking around Ireland’s capital, Dublin, I suddenly came across a huge group of people … More The road taken – photo challenge: Keywest (band)

Giant’s Causeway

Giant’s Causeway is located in County Antrim and is seen as the biggest natural wonder in Northern Ireland. Hence, it is no wonder that it is part of the UNESCO World Heritage. The sight is a path like array of over 40,000 pentagonal and hexagonal stone bricks that seem to lead like a path into … More Giant’s Causeway

Repurposed – photo challenge: Rock of Cashel

This week’s photo challenge of the Daily Post is about ‘repurposed’. There are a million possible ways to interpret this topic… However, as I love travelling I see ‘repurpose’ in different buildings or places I have been such as the ‘Rock of Cashel’ in Ireland. The Rock of Cashel is located in county Tipperary and … More Repurposed – photo challenge: Rock of Cashel

Resilient (Stonehenge) – photo challenge

This week’s photo challenge of The Daily Post was about something ‘resilient’. As I really like travelling and experiencing different cultures I already have seen some very old and resilient monuments or places such as the Via Apia or the Colosseum in Rome as well as Stonehenge in England. It is a breath-taking feeling standing … More Resilient (Stonehenge) – photo challenge

Mount Snowdon

With an elevation of over 1,085m over sea level, Snowdon is not only the highest mountain in Wales but also the highest point in Britain outside the Scottish Highlands. The welsh mountain is located in Snowdonia National Park in Gwynedd and has been designated as a national nature reserve due to its rare flora and … More Mount Snowdon

Lake District – Buttermere and Rannerdale Knotts

The mountainous region in England’s north-west is a famous holiday area and known for its famous fells or mountains, forests and lakes. Two of the in total seven lakes are Buttermere and Crummock Water which can be found in the northern part of the Lake District. An easy walking path starts close in Buttermere by … More Lake District – Buttermere and Rannerdale Knotts