Vosges mountains in Alsace.
As usual inspired by “Restlessjo” and her “Monday walk” themes.
Not one walk, but 12 experiences of mine through Twenty-Eighteen.
Music also a classic part of Liverpool.
Tiny danish island of Samsø, the old historic Besser vicarage.
Early part of the year, french partytime.
Not everyone know, how colorful Greenland could be.
Beware of the tempting mermaids in the Mediterranean.
Andorra and the Pyrenees as a hidden european oasis.
Malta, a gem in the Mediterranean, seems dismissive but no.
Bird colony on german island of Helgoland, strangers can be accepted.
Innsbruck, austrian inspiration at its best.
Corsican fanfare, all senses awakened on the island
– there definitely is its own, in a fantastic way.
Well, you certainly got to see a variety of different places, Drake!
Wow, such interesting vistas, Andrikken. You sure have been travelling a lot! 🙂 That’s a lovely capture of the Gannets. I’d love to visit Greenland soon.
Godt Nytt År! 🙂
Ahhh, the mountains and snow. 🙂 I also love the shot of Greenland. Happy 2019, Drake.
It’s been a good year for you, hasn’t it? 😃 Remind me not to invite any French to my party! 🎉🎁🎈Thanks for the lovely link Drake and all the best for 2019!
What a beautiful year you had dear Drake! I’m happy for you and I thank you for sharing all these magic moments! May the 2019 be even better for you! ❤ 😉
It looks like a fab year for you, dear LDN. However, I am not afraid of any mermaids. Did you happen to see any of the mermaids’ cousins, the terramaids? I hope I maid you smile! ❦🧜🏼♀️❦
You always make me smile, dear friend. 😉
– also the prairiemaids, never forget them. 😀
Yes, well they are all related. 😀 Terramaids are to the earth, as Prairiemaids are to Terramaids.
I would think Reefmaids are to Mermaids in the same way.
There are many of these beauties on the planet. 😀
Atlantis Mermaid Love-In is one of them.
Were these destinations a combination of work and leisure, or just business, Drake? The photo of Greenland looks so pretty. Makes me want to go there. I have a tiny bit of Greenlandic heritage, so must be why?
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Love the snowy French Alps and the colourful Greenland houses 🙂
Very very nice!!!