Rock of Cashel, Ireland
I must go down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and the sky
The challenge this week was to “Share a photograph inspired by a favorite poem, verse, story, or song lyric.” Slightly ironic, since I had posted a poem only last week and I’m not really into poems very much. At all. However, I do love “I must go down to the seas again” by John Masefield. Maybe it’s growing up in Hamburg and constantly seeing ships coming and going, traversing the seas. Whatever it might be, I love the sea and am always drawn to it. I chose this particular photo because it was taken at dusk and fits with the “half-light” theme as well.
Good friends, good food, beautiful surroundings. Laughter, conversation, reflection. Life feeling “right” and in harmony. Those moments are a precious gift!
Evening in St Paul’s Bay, Malta, and the boats have gathered in the little harbour.
Eagle-eyed in Waren/Müritz (Germany)
Transition. One day, you celebrate Thanksgiving with good friends. The next day, the Christmas season is in full swing.
Communicating research and innovation on mission in Europe
Because "life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all" - Helen Keller
A memoir of my experiences living in St. Petersburg, Russia and traveling to other Russian cities and former USSR countries.
how the people and parts of our world cross cultures, from a former missionary
ich zeige euch meine stadt wie ich sie sehe
living an intercultural life
A Writing TCK
a day in the life of my sketchbook...
Observations of a Serial Expat
inside thoughts on China and beyond
Gathering stories from around the world