Monthly Archives: June 2021


A window in Óbidos, looking out into Óbidos It was such a very long time ago when I had the pleasure of staying for several days in Óbidos, one of Portugal’s most charming medieval walled towns. The memory of walking … Continue reading

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Nazaré beach is famous for its powerful waves, but I remember a quiet day of walking along the shore when the waves were gentle. June 10th is Portugal Day, Dia de Camões, de Portugal e das Comunidades Portuguesas. I wish … Continue reading

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Rosetta McClain Gardens, After Rain

There is a wonder to the garden that only comes after a rainfall while the mist lingers. I went back to Rosetta McClain Gardens once the rain stopped and took these photos. Some will be similar to the sunny shots … Continue reading

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Rosetta McClain Gardens in Early June

The best time to walk through Rosetta McClain Gardens is early morning. June is here and so are June flowers. The tulips of April and May are gone from Rosetta, replaced by mostly purple and red flowers. On yesterday’s walk … Continue reading

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