A little monochrome treatment for Currie lighthouse which operated from 1880 to 1989.
The people of Forsythe were wonderful to work beside. Our fellow volunteers both RVer and local not only cared about the lands and animals but were supportive of their coworkers and genuinely friendly.
Pretty things on every corner in Brugge , even the shop fronts. Many already have stunning Christmas displays. Couldn’t bring myself to post anything Christmassy just yet so settled for the gorgeous floral display which is much more my thing anyway 🌸🌸 #bruges #streetsofbrugge #floralinspiration #wanderlust #farawayfiles #femaletraveller #alltheprettycities #femaletravelblogger
The Valley of Fire is a wonderful black lava flow frozen in time. Trails go through the black rock, allowing you to feel like you might be swallowed up by it.
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The road was lonely and desolate as we came upon Kluane Lake. It looked like fog was hanging over part of the lake but as we neared we realized it was dust blowing in very strong winds along the top of the water from the sandy, shallow end of the lake. Like most lakes we’d encountered so far, Kluane Lake is huge!