A picture is worth a thousand words (Pay it forward Friday 2.0)

Image: Wikipedia
Image: Wikipedia

I am neither short, nor sweet.  But as we are nearing the end of Vinterferie (February break) here in Denmark and I have finally been tagged by the cold bug that’s been running around Europe for the last six weeks, I will try to make the post what I am not.

Today’s Pay it Forward blogs are two photography blogs that I stumbled upon and think are worth checking out.

Road Tripping Europe

Like doublewhirler, Road Tripping Europe is another team effort blog.  Traveling, mostly by car, throughout Europe and taking beautiful photos of the roads less traveled, I always enjoy looking at the images they post.  There is a connection to Denmark in there, but it’s not your average Tivoli and Den Lille Havfrue Denmark they are interested in visiting and photographing.  Plus, they have a side interest in photographing creepy places, a little quirk which makes them even more worth visiting in my opinion.  An easy to navigate lay-out, great organization, fantastic pictures and a love of travel all combine to make it a blog I follow and visit often.


On the opposite side of the pond, SethSnap stays closer to home and finds beauty in the every-day-ness around himself. I find his photographs captivating, perhaps because they are so far removed from my own everyday life.  He photographs mostly rural areas and nature, finding hidden areas of loveliness in what most of us walk by without noticing.  As a city dweller who is allergic to most of nature, it’s a great way for me to appreciate the beauty of the outside, without the hay fever.

So enjoy today’s Pay it Forward Friday blogs.

Short and sweet.  Just like my 5-year-old.

(Who am I kidding, even he’s not short and sweet).

May the karma be with you.

image: Wikipedia attributed to HikingArtist
image: Wikipedia attributed to HikingArtist

6 thoughts on “A picture is worth a thousand words (Pay it forward Friday 2.0)

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    1. I know, and thank you for this, because I’d put it on the back burner. But if there’s ever a time to bring it back to the front, it’s now.


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