In Europe, I have seen some great arches, and each made me feel so small. But I marveled at the ingenuity of human beings to build these huge objects and they are still standing centuries later, when my refrigerator doesn't last for ten years. In the National Park in Elche, Spain. At The Archaeological Museum... Continue Reading →
Roman ruins in Portugal Home of Former Wealthy Spaniard in Elche, Spain Top of the Stairs Stairs In Elche, Spain Narrow but Beautiful Stairs Uneven Stairs, so Unclimbed Stairs in Spain Steps on Hole 1 Disc Golf Smyrna, Tennessee. I loved these steps. Pictures posted for Cee''s Fun Foto Challenge: Stairs and Steps.
This road was a long walk at an olive oil factory in Portugal. But tasting five different kinds of olive oil and learning all about making olive oil made it worth it. A Long Walk! Another road that was intriguing was in El Campella, Spain, as we had to cross the road to get to... Continue Reading →
Jewels in the Paleontology Museum in Elche, Spain The Archaeological Museum in Elche, Spain The Paleontology Museum, Elche, Spain The breakwater in Quarteria, Portugal Our hands love to feel the texture of items! The two museums in Elche were packed with items that you were allowed to touch, which was so cool! Posted for Cee's... Continue Reading →
I loved the mixture of colors in the tiles, and that it gives the illusion that the middle section is higher than the sides, but it's not. One of our friends saw a picture of me walking on the tiles, and she asked how I kept from falling! This was in Alicante, Spain, near the... Continue Reading →
This rainbow colored blouse is a anomaly in my closet. I usually stick to plaids or stripes, with at most two different colors. Douglas talked me into buying this blouse at the Goodwill store, as he thought I needed to be more colorful on our trip to Spain. With a red jacket, blue glass frames,... Continue Reading →
When I saw this image of a woman with all the beautiful flowers, I thought it was so appropriate, as most women think of themselves as nurturers and life givers. I took the photo in Elche, Spain in October, 2019. It is called "The Lady of Elche," and you can find it on many different... Continue Reading →