Posted on May 14, 2013
The below photo shows the highest mountain I have conquered 😉 its three peaks to be exact – Tre Cime di Lavaredo – their south faces…
This is my entry for Sue’s Word a Week Photo Challenge. Check out the other submissions here.
Posted on March 31, 2013
While exploring Rome some months ago I stumbled upon an odd place situated in the park overlooking Piazza del Popolo. It was a sort of a tented restaurant with quaint charm to it, decorated with many not related artifacts and other decorative objects. There it was hanging against a window, an original Led Zeppelin guitar signed by the band members.
Please find attached their best known hit, and one of my favourite songs ever….
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Posted on February 24, 2013
This is my response to Sue’s A Word a Week challenge. Click here to see the other entries.
Posted on February 11, 2013
Not every house is what it should be, or every garden for that matter.
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Posted on February 2, 2013
Posted on January 26, 2013
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Posted on January 19, 2013
For this week’s Word a Week Photo Challenge – Round I’ve decided to post a photo of the most famous amphitheatre in the Roman world Colosseum, which though not round, but oval in shape, is the best known example of Roman architecture. The word amphitheatre is derived from Latin amphitheatrum, i.e. Gk. amphitheatron, neut. of amphitheatros “with spectators all around,” from amphi– “on both sides” + theatron “theater,” from theasthai “watch, look at.” (http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=amphitheater)
The word round thus made me think of another word – amphitheatre. I hope you’ll find this etymology interesting.
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