Weekly Photo Challenge
We’ve been a little quiet on the blog the past fortnight as we have been on a family road trip to Victoria (and back), internet was not very stable at some stops.
But we are back and luckily, we were able to catch an “early bird” moment to share. For the first time ever, we witnessed a beach sunrise.
This was taken at Pambula Beach, down the South Coast of NSW, Australia.
Are you more of a sunrise or sunset person?
We experienced plenty of “fresh” moments on the Camino; freshly squeezed orange juice, fresh morning dew, fresh morning air and fresh faces!
Our interpretation of fresh for the challenge this week: fresh rain water flowing along the path.
This was our second last day on the Camino and we were faced with horrendous rain. In some parts, we were wading through ankle deep water.
By the end of the day, we emptied about half a cup of water from our shoes and could wring water from our socks.
Wishing you all a wonderful weekend.
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We’ve chosen to share “The Wall of Tears” found on Isabela Island of the Galapagos Islands. It is about 25 metres tall and its construction is said to have been the cause of many deaths.
It was built in the late 1940s through to 1950s by prisoners on the island.
This wall was the result of many tears as well as locals saying that cries can be heard coming from it sometimes.
To check out other photos of walls in the Weekly Photo Challenge, see here.
Have a fabulous weekend!
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