“To take, or not to take”: Where Superstition Trumps Logic?
Why would a rational being not take a stone from an island full of stones?
I’m probably as bad as writing excerpts as I am at writing short messages. Do read on for further explanation.
Mother and Child
Taken in February 2014 atop the snowy hills of Hokkaido, Japan.
A snapshot near the top of Doi Pui (Doi Suthep), Chiang Mai, Thailand
Photo of the Year: 2012
I like swans. This one is from Lake Konstanz, Germany. p.s. I take a lot of swan pictures, don’t I?
I have a confession to make: I am addicted to Catch-22. It is like a drug, a brain drug. And I just cannot get enough of it. I’ve blogged about it here. I’m reading what I wrote now. Interesting – I didn’t mention that I’d lost the book. I wonder why. Also, why is my writing so effusive!?…
My friend took this on her first trip to Barcelona. And looking at it takes me right back to my first (and only) trip there. Such a beautiful, interesting place. I do miss it…
Chez Plumeau: Gem of Montmartre
If you ever find yourself in Montmartre, do give this place a visit. It’s an absolute gem. And here are some rave reviews on tripadvisor if you’re not convinced.
View from a Train
Taken on the way back from Liverpool I think…
A collection of images from my Instagram page – some filtered, some not. Funnily enough, my favourite corner of London isn’t featured here. But I’d rather not double-post pictures. So here it is – the Royal Festival Hall and Southbank in Christmas lights.