In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Grid.”

For this week’s challenge, I’m revisiting some favourite places from my travels..

Weekly Photo Challenge- An ‘almost’ Monochromatic holiday

In response to The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge.

A close friend and I decided to have a getaway (with babies in tow) to our home town of Sydney, and we couldn’t have picked a better weekend for it. It was a tough gig – not!

Sydney Harbour

Sydney Harbour

Weekly Photo Challenge – Doors

A few years ago I was in Rajasthan India, a part of the world filled with the most beautiful antique doors, which beckoned indiscriminately towards humble homes and ornate palaces alike. These are a few examples from my trip. I have also include a shot I took on the Inca Trail of a doorway high up in the mountains, looking out onto the misty mountainside. I think this photo captures the ‘otherworldliness’ of this place quite well..

Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge – Off-Season

This week’s challenge makes me think of “off-season” travels, when the weather isn’t as bad as the travel guide says it will be, but  you get to experience special parts of the world without the usual hoardes of tourists at every stop.

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London ‘not-in the summertime’ means not having to stand 10 people deep in front of every painting at the National Gallery.

offs3 We had this little corner of Prague all to ourselves for a brief moment.

offs2 Winter in Venice.


This is Colona, not far from Buenos Aires. It’s so very quaint (and quiet) in the off-season.


The usually inviting Pacific Ocean is looking unseasonably uninviting on its South American shores, in Lima, Peru.

Weekly Photo Challenge – On the Way

This week’s photo challenge from the Daily Post is On the Way.  I always find that the most special moments in my travels are usually captured on the road, and this week’s challenge was a chance to revisit some of my favourites from Peru.


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otw11 Almost the end of the journey, along the Inca Trail.

otw12 Some of the amazing scenery captured along the Inca Trail.