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Weekly Photo Challenge: Early Bird

An Iron Early Bird up with the vendors on the Buda side of Budapest, Hungary! I do believe I see the WORM too! My entry for the Weekly Photo Challenge!  Enjoy!

The Early Iron Bird in Budapest, Hungary

The Iron Early Bird in Budapest, Hungary

Weekly Photo Challenge: Afloat

We’re off to Cesky Krumlof in the Czech Republic!  Another fairy tale village. See you there! Enjoy!

We're Afloat in Cesky Krumlof, the Czech Republic

We’re Afloat on the Vltava River in Cesky Krumlof,  the Czech Republic

Travel Theme: Smooth

Here is my entry for the Travel Theme: Smooth! What a dreamy, romantic day in Le Petite Venise neighborhood of Colmar, France!  For additional entries for Smooth, look at the blog, Where’s My Backpack,  HERE.  Enjoy!

Colmar, France

Colmar, France

Weekly Photo Challenge: Yellow

The Yellow Light of Remembrance. In 1839, my family left this small village in France to come to the United States. This is just one of the two churches in the village. The other is St Adolphe, which supported my family’s departure and helped them adjust to their new life in a new country. It’s good to know where you came from and where you are going!

Inside St Pierre and St Paul Church, Neuwiller-les-Saverne, France

Inside St Pierre and St Paul Church, Neuwiller-les-Saverne, France

Floral Friday Foto Challenge

My entry for Floral Friday Foto Challenge.  My spiky, holly leaved, Mahonia’s are blooming! Beautiful Christmas Joy!

Winter Blooms

Mahonia Winter Blooms

Mahonia, Winter Blooms Two

Mahonia, Winter Blooms Two

A Lingering Look at Windows: My Favorite Daytime Christmas Scene in Paris

My entry for A Lingering Look at Windows: Week 51. Enjoy!

Aujourd'hui in Paris, France

Aujourd’hui in Paris, France

Word Press Weekly Photo Challenge: Twinkle Joy

Twinkle Joy on the Rue Vignon, Paris, France. Joyeux Noel!

Joyeuses Fetes

Joyeuses Fetes

Weekly Photo Challenge: Twinkle Two, Instead of Twinkletoes

Every child at the Montmartre Christmas Market wanted little pieces of pottery from this man! Even me! Priceless!

The Pottery Man, Montmarte, Paris Christmas Market

The Pottery Man, Montmartre, Paris Christmas Market

Weekly Photo Challenge: Twinkle

Twinkle in Paris. Could it be any better than this? Enjoy the Weekly Photo Challenge!

Twinkle, Twinkle, Paris at Christmas

Twinkle, Twinkle, Paris at Christmas

One Word Photo Challenge: Lemon Two

For elegance and romance, celebrate at the Inn at Little Washington! FABULOUS!

My Birthday Celebration at the Inn at Little Washington LEMON ALL AROUND

My Birthday Celebration at the Inn at Little Washington LEMON ALL AROUND

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