How did you know I was saving this photo for an occasion like this?
Meeting House, Lancaster, UK.
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Another weekly photo challenge, another picture of Arnside, Cumbria. It seems that trip there in September provided a lot of material for my blog.
The sun is just preparing to set, the smell of salt in the air and the silence, occasionally interrupted by the rumbling train–railway viaduct seen on the right.
I love the title of this challenge. It’s full of positivity. New Horizons is also a name of the NASA probe to Pluto. I’ve not managed to get a shot of any space probe yet, but I did manage to get a shot of a hot air balloon (sort of)–it’s that tiny red dot on the above photo. Speaking of hot air balloons, once I watched some movie with a hot air balloon when I was a kid and I liked it so much that when it crashed at the end, I started crying and my mum, who wasn’t watching it, ran to the living room, worried, asking what happened, why was I crying and when I told her, she said, don’t worry, they will fix the balloon and it will fly again! I remember she then went to the kitchen, where, I imagine, burst into massive laughter, though this couldn’t be confirmed; she has no recollection of this incident. (I don’t remember how the movie ended.)
I don’t know what’s on the horizon. On one hand, I can’t wait for 2017, on the other, I’m scared that after 13 (well, 14 by then) years of living in UK, some politicians will decide that I have to go. These guys have expressed it much better than me. But it also proves that you must not under any circumstances take anything for granted. My favourite saying is shit happens and now that shit happened, let’s see how we can deal with it. (Like, google “moving to Germany” for starters.)
The picture was taken in Arnside, Cumbria.
I thought I should post this photo of Blackpool Tower, hopefully a bit of a different look on the iconic tourist attraction.
How about, quest to travel a bit and take some pictures at the same time.
I don’t get to go anywhere much but luckily last Saturday I visited some places in Cumbria, on the Morecambe Bay. This is Grange-over-Sands, which is totally an awesome name for this quiet village!
Just showing some love for the city I live in!
It’s my most favourite place in the world–or at least Manchester. I predict I will be posting quite a bit of Heaton Park in the future.