Every morning I used to walk to work passing the port. I’m not doing this at the moment and I miss it, especially this week when the sunrises and sunsets were fabulous.
Here are some from last winter.
Have a lovely Sunday 🙂
For mid-term we went to Wroclaw in Poland. We picked it for a few reasons – we could fly direct from Cork (not many options there), it has plenty to do, we have friends there, and, of course, food and drink 🙂
The weather wasn’t great while we were there, but that made for moody photographs. Here are some from the top of the university.
Between starting a new job, getting used to a crazy schedule and trying to meet up with people I used to see everyday, taking photos and blogging has fallen down my priority list, unfortunately. I’ve been quite lucky that my random days off have been sunny so I’ve been making the most of the summer. Here’s a little catch up post.
My days off have consisted of enjoying city views and street festivals, walks by the sea and sorting out the garden. Hope you’re all having a lovely summer 🙂
This is a view that I always love seeing. St Finbarre’s Cathedral at sunset.
St Finbarre’s Cathedral, Cork
A few years ago I was at a fabulous wedding in Sitges, Spain. The setting was fabulous and we all thoroughly enjoyed ourselves!
This is the church where the ceremony took place, viewed from the hotel grounds where the reception took place.
The Nativity Cathedral in Riga was the first Russian Orthodox church I’d been in.
I wasn’t disappointed. The interior was as golden as I’d imagined. There are other Orthodox churches around the city, but this is the biggest and most ornate.