Corner – photo challenge: The Temple Bar, Dublin

This week’s photo challenge of the Daily Post is about ‘corners’. In general, a corner can be an edge or meeting point of lines, streets, walls or similar things. Thinking of that, I directly remembered a specific are in central Dublin, located on the south bank of the River Liffey, which is called Temple Bar. … More Corner – photo challenge: The Temple Bar, Dublin

Land’s End

Visiting the southern coast of England, I also went to ‘Land’s End‘, a headland and lovely holiday area in Cornwall, which is part of the Penwith peninsula and seen as the most westerly point of England. The edge is marked by the ‘First and Last House’ which is now a small gift shop.     … More Land’s End

Heritage – photo challenge: Caernarfon Castle

This week’s photo challenge of the Daily Post is about ‘heritage’, which stands for something that belongs to the culture of a specific society, such as buildings, languages or traditions that originated in the past but still have historical importance. Travelling to different countries, I was able to visit many historical places, that offer loads … More Heritage – photo challenge: Caernarfon Castle

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