Sunday, 3 August 2008

MAGICAL PLACES AND SEXY CITIES








The Blue Ridge Mountains
The Pixie's house in Sorrow's wood
The waterfall that we had to climb a long way to see.
The city of Philadelphia from the steps of the Museum
Modern skyscrapers alongside Brownstone houses
The juxtaposition of skyscraper and trees.

Just wonderful places that I hold in my heart.

14 comments:

Lady in red said...

welcome home

Mei Del said...

hey welcome back globe trotter :)

Irene said...

You're very lucky to have the photographs handy of the places you loved most.

Bollinger Byrd said...

Thanks lady and Mei.... can't wait to see you both.

Irene it's cause i never go anywhere without my camera or phone that also takes great quality pics so nowhere is ignored if I like it.

xxx

J.J said...

Wow!

Loved reading about your trip - both the highs and the self reflection.

Welcome back B.B.

Trixie said...

FAB photos! I'm so jealous!

Sorrow said...

You have some really nice photo's, and i have some lovely memories!
So glad to see you home safe and sound!
Big smiles!
big hugs!

Bollinger Byrd said...

thanks jj, it was the best of holidays, fantastic highs, and lots of introspection that actually went somewhere.

trix, hon so looking forward to seeing you soon.

sorrow, the magical places belong to you and not just cause of the photos, but cause of you.


xxx

Hullaballoo said...

Stunning photos BB. Good to see you back after a fabby all round holiday with space for both fun and self-reflection.

Enjoy your summer sun.

Hulla (hullabrouhaha.blogspot.com)
xx

Mel said...

:-)

Yup....gotta love the wee door to magical places....

:-)

Ronjazz said...

Glad you had a nice time, honey. Also very happy to have had a small chat on the phone. You are a babe!

Bollinger Byrd said...

Hulla, summer sun is not what I want, I need a cool British summer to get over 90 degrees in the shade with humidity to match that my holiday gave me.

mel, the door is wonderous and it is a little broom stick, flowerpots and basket beside it. And further up the tree is the window which we can't see in but whomever lives there can see out of!

xx

Bollinger Byrd said...

Ron, hon you're not so bad yourself sweetie
XX

Walker said...

Great pictures of some of the places you witnessed.