For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday and Becky’s January #SquareUP
It’s a lot of spice! 🌶 Found while wandering a local market in Thailand. For Becky’s January #SquareUp
Saw this mural somewhere in Shoreditch, London some time ago. I may have even shared it before. I just loved how it managed to evoke a rain soaked city at
It was an incredible sight! One I won’t forget in a hurry. Edit: It’s 11pm London time as I write this. It was around 7pm our time when protesters stormed
It was taken on my first trip to Chiang Mai, Thailand. It was also my first time inside a buddhist temple. A group of us went to support a local
I am short. The men in my family are not. They don’t hide sweets from me anymore. They just leave it on the top shelf and laugh at my futile
It was a grey day in Hobart when we made our way up Kunanyi. It’s an old mountain that overlooks the city. It regained its ancient name in 2013. The
That time we went boating on Regents Canal. We looked up to see beautiful houses line the bank. Some looked old. Others looked like they were made to look old.
Hello! Here we are. The new year was only a few minutes old when we took the selfie. We had waited UP to see the old year go. It’s my
Dear 2020, Not long now before you’re gone. And I have to admit, a part of me is glad to see you leave. There was so much pain and suffering
Taken sometime during summer 2020. But I’m still walking bravely into the new year. Bring on 2021! Via the old Daily Post Photo Challenge #134: From Lines to Patterns
Project 2020 is a weekly round up of images and experiences. It aims to capture moments of joy and thankfulness found in any given day. It’s an attempt at remembering the good things and being grateful for them.