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It’s the weekend


Carturesti Carusel bookshop, Bucharest, Romania, where MB & daughter MB2 were hanging out this week.

Everyday Moments


Everyday Moments
(Photo challenge from blogger Debbie at The World is a Book blog site)

The Islamic feast of Eid al Adha (Feast of Sacrifice) takes place next week. In the week leading up, Muslim families will travel to the animal markets to select their particular sheep or goat (normally). So maybe not an ‘everyday moment’ throughout the entire year, but the buying and selling of animals is an everyday moment for that particular week in the Middle East and throughout the Islamic world, for many hundreds of years past.

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One Word Sunday – Selfie


MB’s shot for Debbie’s Sunday challenge.

From the recent trip to Turkey. No further comment!

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Lough Derg, Ireland.

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Geneva Waterfront. July 2017.

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Action


MBs submission for Debbies One Word Sunday challenge – Action

From MBs recent trip to Canakkale, Turkey:

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A street performer plays on a street in Nyon, a small town just outside Geneva, Switzerland. July 2017.SONY DSC

And if you want to hear a short clip of what she was playing………..

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Another shot from MBs recent trip to Canakkale on the Dardanelles Straits in western Turkey.

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Canakkale, Turkey.

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Lough Derg, Ireland

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One Word Sunday – Stark


Stark.

MB’s response to this weeks challenge – a shot from mid-December 2017 from Lough Gur lake back home.

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Troy


For most of history, the city of Troy was considered a mythical place of ancient Greek legend. It’s existence, mythical or not, was founded on its mention a number of times in the poem ‘The Illiad’ by Homer (ancient Greece, not modern Springfield!). It was referred to by different names in the poem, Troia being one of them, after King Tros.  Read More