Silent Sunday: 28 February 2021

Views from Ferry on route back to Scrabster

“Silence is a source of great strength.” ~Lao Tzu

Squared: 26 February 2021

Stonehill River Lodge, Swellendam

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Stay safe and healthy. Till next time.

Have a Fabulous day.

Coreen

Throwback Thursday: 25 February 2021

Good day friends,

Today we are still in the Goegap Nature Reserve just outside of Springbok.

Bittergousblom, Arctotis fastuosa, Goegap Nature Reserve
Bittergousblom, Arctotis fastuosa, Goegap Nature Reserve
Dad help to keep flower steady so I can take a photo.
Goegap Nature Reserve
Oryx, Gemsbok, Goegap Nature Reserve
Oryx, Gemsbok, Goegap Nature Reserve
Sunflax, Sporrie, Goegap Nature Reserve
Zebra lying down. Oryx in the background, Goegap Nature Reserve
Zebras and a Oryx in the Goegap Nature Reserve
Zebras and a Oryx in the Goegap Nature Reserve

“It’s the little memories that will last a lifetime.”  ~Unknown

That’s it for now, friends. Thank you very much for traveling back in time with me.

Have a fabulous day. 

Keep safe and healthy.

Coreen

Just a Random Photo: 25 February 2021

Postberg, West Coast National Park

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 Have a fantastic day. Stay safe. Till next time

Coreen

Grand Tour Of Scotland: Aberdeen #3

Day 5: 15 August 2019 – Exploring Aberdeen

Sir William Wallace 1270- 1305

He was born in 1270, probably near Paisley, Renfrew, Scotland. He was a Scottish knight who became one of the main leaders during the First War of Scottish Independence.

Sir William Wallace is remembered for leading the Scottish resistance forces to free Scotland from English rule. Many of the stories about Wallace (which are not supported by documentary evidence) have been traced to a late 15th-century romance ascribed to Harry the Minstrel, or “Blind Harry.”

After his betrayal and capture, Wallace was taken to London, where he was tried. He was found guilty, hanged, disemboweled, beheaded, and quartered on 23rd August 1305.

Wallace’s death did not end Scotland’s Wars of Independence. Robert the Bruce continued the fight and achieved victory at the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314.

The William Wallace Statue was erected 1888 in Aberdeen, Scotland, and depicts Sir William Wallace. Sculpted by William Grant Stevenson, the statue is positioned opposite His Majesty’s Theatre and across from Union Terrace Gardens.

William Wallace Statue, Aberdeen

Thank you very much for taking the time to join me on my travels through Scotland. I hope you enjoyed it just as much as I did.

Till next time, safe travels and keep dreaming.

Have a fabulous day.

Coreen

Just a Random Photo: 24 February 2021

Postberg, West Coast National Park

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 Have a fantastic day. Stay safe. Till next time

Coreen

Wordless Wednesday: 24 February 2021

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Have a fabulous day. Till next time, please stay safe and healthy.

Coreen

Squared: 23 February 2021

St. Andrew, Tongue, Scotland

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Stay safe and healthy. Till next time.

Have a Fabulous day.

Coreen

Monochrome Monday: 22 February 2021

Taken while exploring Orkney Islands

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Till next time, stay safe and healthy.

Coreen

“Color is descriptive. Black and White is interpretive.” ~Eliot Erwitt

Saturday Landscapes: 20 February 2021

Geelbek Bird hide, West Coast National Park

“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.” ~Marcel Proust

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Have a amazing Saturday.

Coreen