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weekly photo challenge: symmetry

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We were inside the Cathedral of Leon and when we looked up – this symmetrical view needed to be photographed. And now we get to share it for the “symmetry” challenge this week.



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Happy Weekend to you all!!



weekly photo challenge: depth

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Depth can be the distance between the front to the end of something…

So we are showing the depth of a trdelnik – a sweet pastry made from rolled dough, wrapped around a stick, grilled and then covered with sugar/cinnamon. 

We had one of these every day when we were in Czech Republic. YUM!

Have you ever had one of these before?

How has everyone interpreted depth? Check it out here.


Please leave your thoughts.





weekly photo challenge: express yourself

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To show what “express yourself” means to us?

We thought it was almost impossible to find a photo that showed playfulness and young at heart. Then we found this photo we had taken while we were travelling which is also a big part of who we are.

Give you one guess where this photo was taken…


Interestingly, when we look up the symbolic meaning for the panda, the search returns with words such as peaceful, positive outlook on life, gentle strength, caring and compassion. These are values we try to live our lives by.

And we will let you in on a little secret…. one of the nicknames we have for one another is in fact: Panda Boy and Panda Girl 😉

Have a great weekend, everyone!  

Any comments are appreciated!

weekly photo challenge: serenity

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To show serenity, we automatically think of the countless sunrises and sunsets that have left us feeling serene.

And this one would be the clear winner.

We climbed strenuously uphill for a couple of hours. All the pain, all the hurt and all the weariness were zapped from us when we saw this sunrise over the French Pyrenees on the Camino de Santiago. This was only Day 1 of what was going to be the most amazing thing we ever did.


 Happy Weekend everyone!

Welcome your thoughts as always!