Dragons and Castles and Beers, Oh My!

This past weekend I took my own advice and worked on updating my photo displays.  Several prints have faded (direct sunlight is not their friend) and many frames were a bit outdated.

Then I decided to clear everything off of our two large Ikea bookcases to give them a good dusting.  While I was putting everything back, I went through my photo albums (And then I texted some old friends about the good times we’ve had and marveled over how vibrant Thea and I looked during our college semester abroad.  We were 20 and taking art classes in Florence, what?), and all of a sudden it was Sunday evening and I had no idea what to blog about this week.  So I decided to post some pictures from one of those trips in one of those albums.  This might be a recurring theme for a bit, at least until I get out and start shooting again.

We only spent three nights in Wales back in 2008, but I absolutely loved it. (I know, I love every place I visit.  Except Acapulco.  Ew!)  During our quick stay we stayed in a delightful bed and breakfast, and a kind of strange hostel.  We toured castles, we hiked, and we drank beer.  It was perfect.

Conwy and Conwy Castle:

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Brains Beer

Hee! I put this sign up on our bathroom door at work years ago, and as you can imagine, it's been largely ignored.
Hee! I put this sign up on our bathroom door at work years ago, and as you can imagine, it’s been largely ignored.

3 thoughts

  1. What a fun way to spend your formative years. I’ll dig out my old slides from my time living in a tent in the Honduran jungle and Korea in the springtime. Of course, there were those great backpacking trips in New Mexico and Wyoming.

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