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“For this week’s challenge, explore the classical elements of earth, air, water, and fire” — elemental. I dug up this photo that I took in New Zealand when we were touristing the Church of the Good Shepherd, a church in … Continue reading
In my quick search for a fitting photo for this week’s challenge, I came across this photo very quickly. This was taken in New Zealand inside Rainbow Springs in Rotorua on our third day in the country. We were touring … Continue reading
This is actually a truly rare sight. I was travelling in New Zealand last year and visiting the famous Mount Cook Aoraki area. Part of the itinerary was the Glacier Explorers tour in the Tasman Glacier terminal lake where we wore … Continue reading
I think better theme ideas should be in place soon. “Trio” has already been done before! Anyway, I looked through my albums and I did find a somewhat interesting trio picture. When I went to New Zealand earlier this year … Continue reading
First I first saw “on the way” as this week’s theme, I already had in mind what I was going to show and tell. Whenever I get into my car and into the driver’s seat, I usually text and send … Continue reading
Without a doubt, this is a force of nature to me. Just look at those huge looming mountains and large surfaces of land that has erupted out of the earth. It’s truly incredible. Man couldn’t make that even if he … Continue reading
When we were in New Zealand last month, we visited Rainbow Springs, a haven in New Zealand where hundreds of native trees and wildlife live. It’s also a place where they have raised and released more than 1,200 kiwi birds into the … Continue reading
On the third night of our travels in New Zealand, we had a performance after our dinner buffet right at the hotel where we were staying at. On the lower level, there was a pool that also doubled as a … Continue reading