Travel theme – Autumn

Autumn is a second spring, when every leaf is a flower. – Albert Camus

I can so relate to this quote on Ailsa’s blog as Autumn is something not seen in my part of the world, unless you head much further south. Summer drags on to a milder summer, there is a slight lowering of humidity and then hey presto: it is Spring or early summer again. First world problems…..

Late Autumn in Denmark – a photograph I never tire of, the hues of the leaves are so true, so rich in their earthy tones, so dark and dusty, the reds yellows and orange-browns….

Vejen, Denmark

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Look at this amazing tree, complete with its own squirrel!

Gardens in Offenbach, Germany – I love this tree!!!!

Autumn time in the Northern hemisphere:   Something to Ponder About


Travel theme: Sculpture

Sculpture is the word from Ailsa at Where’s My Backpack for this week’s travel theme.

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The above photo is a sculpture in Christchurch, New Zealand honouring those that died in the 9/11 disaster at the World Trade Centre in America. Little did I know that 2 weeks after taking this photo, they were to have their own disaster in the form of a devastating earthquake in an otherwise relatively earthquake free zone. But, it is New Zealand, and this is a risk.


Wig Hansen’s Men of the Sea Sculptures, over 9 metres tall, no appendages! Watching out over the ocean on the West Coast of Denmark, at Esbjerg.


But the piece de resistance has to be from Vigeland Sculpture Park in Majorstuen, Oslo

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