Walls and Windmills


And it came to pass that what was taken away was restored. The ghost of Christmas present has come forth


One learns to appreciate what seems to be inconsequential.


About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. I am a retired nurse case manager. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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15 Responses to Walls and Windmills

  1. Imelda says:

    I loved your descriptive words, now I love your pictures too. Hooray for the recovery. 🙂


  2. eof737 says:

    Hi Angeline… Are you using an iPhone for all your photos now.


    • Angeline M says:

      Hi…no, I switch back and forth with iPhone and a new Canon I got. The photo of the rock wall was actually taken with an Olympus I had then (has since died and I got the Canon). The windmills were taken with iPhone. I find taking photos from a moving car are best done with iphone.


  3. Beautiful especially the windmills. Reminds me of just being free without worries in this world. Wishing you and your family all the joy of this holiday season.


  4. Oh, how gorgeous that old drystone wall is – and its’ chaste white gate! You didn’t say it led into what looks like a frangipani orchard – what a wonderful find! Did you use some sort of post-processing or filter on the windmills, Angeline? They look sort of two-dimensional and otherworldly, which is quite fitting for our brave new world of technology.


  5. The top provides the secret entrance to some ancient fairy tale, very nice, and the second photograph shows me that the future is near.


    • Angeline M says:

      Thanks Joseph. The site where this photo was taken is on church grounds, the first church built in Kauai in the 1800s. I think a lot of history here. And good comparison with the second shot!


  6. ilargia64 says:

    So, you got it!!!
    Me gusta muchísimo la primera, Angeline…Un aire de misterio la envuelve…


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