"The ache for home lives in all of us. The safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned." (Maya Angelou)
great pix....and a gorgeous tune to accompany the viewing...thanks and Greetins from a hurricane-swept rainy, rainy Mexico !!
Hi Mr Cthis looks to be a very interesting piece of Spain...I am going to pull out an atlas now...I loved the music thanks...Happy days
Welcome back! Pleased to see the pictures, hope you had a pleasant holiday,Happy Friday
Cubano, those are really striking landscape shots. You know I love any water scene. Half A Yellow Sun is absoulutely enthralling. Let me know what you think.
What a nice mellow song. I enjoyed it!
Bella canzone Cuban, e belle fotografie. Si vede che ci hai messo anima :) Un saluto da Colonia, Salva
Great photos and nice choice of music to accompany this short trip to Cantabria! Somehow some of those shots, especially the later ones, remind me a bit of the coast of England. Am I obsessed... Thanks!
This is a comment to the previous post, which I missed being busy in the real (?) world.Thanks for this essay, it feels very relevant. I'm starting a creative writing diploma at Birkbeck this year and I'm very curious where it will take me even though, like I said in my post, I don't take this dream of being a writer too seriously. But if I ever get the stage where I write something that I'll be proud of I'll definitely send it out and like Clive hope for it to be published. Like Elizabeth Gilbert said, it'll be for others to decide whether I'm good or not.I look forward to more Tuesday posts, thanks!
The photographs are wonderful, I love the water.I am glad you get my humour, most people don't.xoxo
Many thanks to you all for your kind words.Greetings from London.
Spain looks so gloriously fresh and beautiful. Loved the pics. And your new header is spectacular, daaaaaling!!!
Looks like you visited God's country! I'm so happy you enjoyed your holiday.Who sings with this beautiful voice?
Conoooooo "apretate" que lindo quedó el bar!Oye espectaculares fotos, la música... pasA, como de costumbre. Que siempre da gusto pasar por aquí. ;)saludos, tonin.
I love spain, if I would have to choose another place to live it would be there, although not cantabria, but barcelona, that is where my sister lives. I go there once or twice a year, and cantabria is truly amazing, it has magic in itself. nice photographs by the wayM
Oh, Cuban, I can guess you had really great holidays!!! Spain... I hope to know it one day. My sister's boyfriend is from Spain. Hugs from Poland :-)
I am looking, looking, looking for this wonderful music. Where is it? Who is singing this wonderful song about the heart of Sunday night?
Many thanks for your wonderful comments. Relyn, it is Diana Krall, just hover the cursor over the speaker symbol and it will come up on the bottom left-hand side corner.Fly Girl, I am enjoying 'Half a Yellow Sun' so much that I feel guilty when I have to put it down before I go to bed :-).Greetings from London.
Wonderful photographs, I have a good idea now where you were. I really like the new dramatic header!!!
Wonderful photos depicting where you were. I have never been to Spain, though I would like to go to Andalusia where the Andalusian horses are. It looks like you had a fantastic holiday.
Many thanks for your kind comments.Greetings from London.