Travel, Gardens, Food, Photography, Books, Shoes

Travel Themes: Horizon

Venice is the most magical of places on earth! Won’t you join me in Venice on the AIT Tour? (Austria, Italy, Turkey)  We’re exploring Venice the next few days! Enjoy! Look for other Travel Themes here.

A Look at the Horizon in Venice, Italy

A Look at the Horizon in Venice, Italy

6 Responses to “Travel Themes: Horizon”

  1. Stacy P. Fischer

    I’ll happily follow along with you, Cady 🙂 I know you’ve posted some wonderful stories and photos from Austria – I haven’t yet had an opportunity to read them yet, but I have them pegged, and now I know I’ve got even more to look forward to 🙂 Beautiful shot – love how you’ve framed the view!

  2. ChristineR

    Gorgeous view. I’m exhausted from the catch-up I’ve done in your wake! Wonderful, wonderful photos and such interesting stuff to learn. Thanks Cady.

    • CadyLuck Leedy

      Christine, Thanks for reviewing so many of my posts! Have you been gone, are you finished with all your courses? I felt inspired by you so I signed up for a course at Futurelearns for November, hope they send me a reminder or I will forget! It’s on mental health during WWI, I love to learn stuff, but will only sign up for one class at a time as not to be overwhelmed, plus it will running into Thanksgiving here and I will be busy! Talk to you some more soon!

      • ChristineR

        I’ve been slack at keeping up with blogging since I’m trying to develop some good housekeeping habits. OMG, it’s the first time since I started, I’ve forgotten to make the bed. Oh well, it well aired then. Anyway, I grab a blog or two now and then and go right through until I find where I was up to. I’ve caught up with my current classes, even managing to put assignments in early and doing quizzes early now. And I’m really stupid as I have about six of them beginning in the next few weeks! but they all look so interesting and I’m skipping the assignments on some of them. Oh, Cady, I’m doing the mental trauma and memories in WW1 too. All those poor men, all those men and boys who had to kill and see their comrades slaughtered, the things they must have seen! Anyway, don’t worry, FutureLearn will send you an email reminder. Now, I must go make that bed. And then, after I catch up on your journey, I better go edit some scenes in my novel because I’ve actually been messing about at the computer all day! 😀

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Etcetera Etcetera Etcetera

... about nothing in particular, because "Candid photography is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get". Photography by Lignum Draco, "The Wood Dragon" since 2013.

Me Exploring

exploring the world, my place, art de vivre and myself

One Foot Out the Door

Adventure at Home and Away

Notes from the U.K.

Exploring the spidery corners of a culture and the weird stuff that tourist brochures ignore.

Bespoke Traveler

Immersive Tales for the Curious Traveler


To See a World in a Grain of Sand...

Coffee Beans & Writer Dreams

A verse of stories, short and long.

National Parks USA

A tour of NPS units with T

Automatic Gardening & Real Gluten Free Food

My quest to garden year-round without adding new plants. My second quest is to find GF recipes.

My Garden ~ a Kiwi's take on life

Life is a lot like a garden

Kristah Price

A Creative Journey

Gardening at Le Petit Martinaud

gardening in the South West of France

Travel & More


How I see the beautiful city of Prague and surroundings.

Only 100 Words

a 100-word story every day


I live in Cape Town, South Africa and I write about my hobbies, gardening, knitting hiking, reading and anything else that inspires me

Jane's Mudgee Garden

Gardening in a harsh climate

Kelsey Schmitt

Travel & Lifestyle


my soul echoes to all winds

Living with Nature

"Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts. There is something infinitely healing in the repeated refrains of nature -- the assurance that dawn comes after night, and spring after winter.” ― Rachel Carson, Silent Spring


Sense of place, purpose, rejuvenation and joy

%d bloggers like this: