England

England| Liverpool Photo Essay

Liverpool is a city that is proud of its industrial heritage.  This can be seen down by the Albert Docks.  Liverpudlians are some of the nicest people you will ever meet and I have a soft spot for the Liverpool accent.  Of course, when you visit Liverpool you can't escape the fab four aka The… Continue reading England| Liverpool Photo Essay

The Netherlands, Uncategorized

The Netherlands | Amsterdam Photo Essay

B and I went on our first trip abroad as a couple last August.  We basically picked the city that had the cheapest flights and voila we were flying to Amsterdam.  I had never been to Amsterdam before so I was really excited to explore the city.  It's really one of those cities that lends itself well… Continue reading The Netherlands | Amsterdam Photo Essay

Ireland

From Ireland With Love | Belfast Photo Essay

I'm back! Yes, it has been months since I last wrote a post but I won't bore you with reasons and excuses as to why I haven't.  I have another photo essay I want to share with you.  Last summer B and I took a day trip from Dublin to Belfast with Extreme Ireland.  Our… Continue reading From Ireland With Love | Belfast Photo Essay

Archaeology, Ireland, Natural Environment

From Ireland With Love | Inis Mór Photo Essay

Inis Mór is one of three islands that make up the Aran Islands off the west coast of Ireland. Inis Mór translates into English as 'big island', making it the main island of the Aran Islands. With 850 inhabitants, 14 villages and 5 pubs, it's like stepping into a John Hinde postcard. See for yourself… Continue reading From Ireland With Love | Inis Mór Photo Essay

Scotland

Scotland | Edinburgh Photo Essay

Edinburgh stole my heart over a few bitterly cold days in mid January. I fell in love with the architecture, history, culture, heritage and the people. Everywhere you turn there's great pride in the city's heritage. Even though I was there for five days I still didn't get a chance to see everything I wanted… Continue reading Scotland | Edinburgh Photo Essay

Canada

Canada | Victoria Photo Essay

Victoria is a beautiful Canadian city situated on Vancouver Island. As the capital of British Columbia, it boasts marine wildlife, Victorian architecture, First Nations culture, and so much more. Victoria holds a special place in my heart and I think you'll understand why from these pictures. Have you visited Victoria? What did you think of… Continue reading Canada | Victoria Photo Essay

Ireland, Natural Environment

Ireland | Cliffs Of Moher Photo Essay

The Burren and the Cliffs of Moher on the west coast of Ireland are unique landscapes that everyone should experience at least once.  You can drive there yourself or take one of the many bus tours taking a day trip to this wonderful region.  The changeable weather shouldn't stop you, just come prepared.   Have… Continue reading Ireland | Cliffs Of Moher Photo Essay

Built Environment, Ireland, Natural Environment

Ireland | Connemara Photo Essay

The wild and rugged landscape of the region of Connemara in the west of Ireland is like nothing I've seen before. It is where the famous Connemara Marble is mined. The mountains reflect the different shades of green that can be found in the marble. It's truly a sight to behold. It's also where the… Continue reading Ireland | Connemara Photo Essay

Ireland

Ireland | Clare Island Photo Essay

Clare Island off the west coast of Ireland is a place of unspoiled beauty. Everywhere you turn is an opportunity to capture the wild and rugged landscape of this island. It's a nature lover's paradise and the perfect place to get away from it all for a day or a weekend. Have you been to… Continue reading Ireland | Clare Island Photo Essay

Archaeology, Ireland

Ireland | Clonmacnoise Photo Essay

Clonmacnoise is an ancient monastic site in Co. Offaly founded by St. Ciarán in 544. Clonmacnoise in Irish is Cluain Mhic Nois meaning "meadow of the sons of Nos". The site includes the ruins of a cathedral, seven churches, two round towers, three high crosses and the largest collection of Early Christian grave slabs in Western Europe. Today… Continue reading Ireland | Clonmacnoise Photo Essay