Around the World in Ten Photos (10)

Blogging challenges

As prophesied, most of you knew we were in Germany yesterday and many of you knew it was Bamberg too. I’d forgotten that this too is a UNESCO World Heritage site – maybe I should have built my whole tour on this? Today will be a lot easier. Just look at the name of my blog. I thought we’d go all Christmassy.

Andrew ofΒ Have Bag, Will TravelΒ invited me to join him and other bloggers to post one favourite travel picture a day for ten days without explanation, then each day, nominate someone new to join in on the same terms. Lots of us have participated. Thank you, those of you who accepted my own invitation to be part of the fun. It’s not too late, but on the eve of Christmas Eve, I’m guessing nobody else will. Maybe after the holiday? Just link back to this post of you’d like to.

We didn’t go worldwide at all. I have no photos from our time in Canada and America, and I don’t know Australasia and Africa. But I enjoyed my virtual journey and hope you did too.

46 thoughts on “Around the World in Ten Photos (10)

  1. This I can’t even begin to guess. If there is a clue in the kind of trees then it is beyond me. I think I may have seen slopes like this between Geneva and Meribel, Harz, perhaps even the Black Forest. My guess is Europe πŸ™‚

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      1. I see that this was written in 2013. Even the very last few years have seen winters warm considerably. I really doubt that even one of those would be able to open this year, even without Covid.

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  2. With all that snow it does make the difference between the Pennines and Pyrenees harder to distinguish, but last time I checked I didn’t think Yorkshire had a mountain range on the horizon. Is the first photo the Pennines and the second the Pyrenees?

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  3. Much more Pyrenees than Pennines! I have climbed the hills in the Pennines and I’m sure they weren’t that steep πŸ™‚
    Love deep and crisp and even snow. Not like the grey slush we end up with. And dry air. I wish I could transport myself right now as I listen to the rain hammering down on my windows. But thank you for the enjoyable trip around the globe without having to leave my chair or wear a mask. Stay safe and take care of each other as we head into who knows what!

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    1. Thanks Jude. That’s a good point about dry cold. So much more satisfying. There have ben some fun trips, thanks to blogging, haven’t there, yours included. Enjoy your Christmas in whatever way you can.

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  4. I don’t know if the header photo, which I love, is in the competition or not, so let’s just say the answer is P——s! Btw, the main picture is great too. Thanks for the round the world trip and here’s to more armchair travels after Christmas – yes, agree with HeyJude that not having to wear a mask is an extra plus!

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  5. As soon as I saw your photos, I thought. now that would be fun to jump into, perhaps because it’s warmth down here πŸ™‚ Take care and our thoughts are with you all.

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  6. I enjoyed the tour and its Christmassy finish. So sorry I have been so behind (as usual) and now catching up – but hope that your Christmas was enjoyable despite the current circumstances – not to mention the stormy weather just before Christmas in the UK I have been reading about.

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