Today is Sunday... which means the Showcase Sunday challenge. Showcase Sunday is a chance to resurrect undervalued work, and perhaps get some new eyes on those posts that took hours/days to make. This initiative was created by @nonameslefttouse, who seems to have dropped off the radar in the last mo
Today is Sunday... which means the Showcase Sunday challenge. Showcase Sunday is a chance to resurrect undervalued work, and perhaps get some new eyes on those posts that took hours/days to make. This initiative was created by @nonameslefttouse, who seems to have disappeared from steem in the last
Image modified by me using GIMP from my original pictures
It's Sunday, which has recently become synonymous with the Showcase Sunday challenge. Showcase Sunday was created by @nonameslefttouse, and is a chance to show off your best work from the past. A chance to resurrect undervalued work, and per
The village of Heptonstall sits just above Hebdon Bridge in Yorkshire in the UK. Famous as the place of Sylvia Plath's burial, this quaint village has remained virtually unchanged in 200 years. There are no supermarkets cinemas or clubs, and there is only one village shop/post office and two pubs.1
Sometimes you've just got to peek your head above the clouds to see clearly. I find that feelings of depression can be driven by a sense of being trapped, or feeling ineffectual in changing something you see as negative. This is where getting out into the wide open spaces of the countryside, and pa
Following from yesterdays post - Chiang Mai: The Jungle by the Side of the Road - today I would like to show you around Doi Suthep Mountain Temple, which sits at the peak of the Mountain overlooking the city of Chiang Mai.
After my long trek through the city and up the mountain jungle paths, I w
One of my favorite day-trips while visiting Chiang Mai was hiking to the top of Doi Suthep mountain to visit the legendary Wat Phra That Doi Suthep temple. I'm going to share some pics and impressions of that amazing temple tomorrow. But for now, here are some pictures of 'the jungle by the side of
Barley Hall - Magic & Mystery
Just over a month ago I visited the ancient city of York in the UK and wrote a series of posts about the city and its Viking history. We spent four days in this amazing city and this is the story of what we saw on the final day.
Barley Hall is a reconstructed medieval
Jorvik - York's Viking Past
The city of York's viking history stretches as far back as 866 when an army Led by Halfdan and Ivar the Boneless,1 attacked the city of Eoforwīc on All Saints Day, November 1st of that year. Eoforwīc is the Anglo-Saxon name for York, which translates as wild-boar town2.
This is the third part in a series of posts documenting my trip to Lanzarote. To check out the other 2 parts please follow the links below
Lanzarote, More than just Beer, Bars and Beaches (part 1) - The Green Lake of El Golfo
Lanzarote (part 2) - Volcanoes and the Liquid Landscape.
Volcanoes, Lava and Magma Flows
Lanzarote has over 100 volcanoes which make up an amazing lunar landscape. Created after a devastating eruption in the 18th century, these eruptions lasted over five years from 1730 to 1736 and destroyed over 26 villages across the island defining the landscape you c
This is part two of a three part adventure diving in the Similian isladns in Thailand. To read the beginning of the diving liveaboard trip, please follow this link to part one. Thanks for following this series.
Day 2 - Depth Perception and the Shimmering Night 🎇
The second days diving took place