PLACES WE’VE VISITED – Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Places People Visit


We honeymooned in Ireland. That was definitely special!

Gotta love the bullet holes in the signs, all of which are in Irish … and all the maps were in English. I didn’t put the holes there, but I could see the point.

Then, we went to California. Remarkably, I don’t have any pictures. I think that was one of the times I was between cameras. When I first got back from Israel, I didn’t get a decent camera for a bunch of years. The one I took to Ireland was a cheapie and I really wish I’d spent money on something better.

Three mountains in Arizona

We went to Arizona — twice and Vermont, also twice.

Mountainous

We also went to Florida a couple of times and Disney World twice.

Attean View – Sunset – Jackman, Maine

And Maine — maybe half a dozen times? And the Cape, of course. And Ogunquit.

Sunrise in Rockport and Ogunquit …

Golden sky in Rockport

And most of the time, we’ve just stayed home and enjoyed the scenery!



Categories: Arizona, Autumn, cee's photo challenge, Gallery, Marilyn Armstrong, Photography, Vacation

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17 replies

  1. Oh Marilyn, your photos for this week are absolutely amazing. 😀 I like your mountain group the best, I think. It’s hard to choose 😀

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  2. These pictures are exquisite!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I’m torn since first off, I love them all, but I’m especially torn between Mountainous and the sunrise(set) and the one of you on the dock. Spectacular photos all!

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  3. The Hyannis cafe almost looks like Paris to me. It’s a lovely collection of photos.
    Leslie

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  4. You do live in a lovely place. You don’t miss travel so much if you love where you live.

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  5. My best holidays are the ones at home, less stress

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  6. The scenery at home (or nearby) is often best — after all, that’s part of why we choose to live there!

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