Windows on a Journey

We travelled to and from Spain on the ferry from Portsmouth to Santander. Two days and a night of the English Channel, and the boundless ocean in the form of the Bay of Biscay. I spent a lot of time on deck. but inside the Galicia, there were portholes a-plenty through which to see the sea. As my fellow-passengers also knew.

Monday Window

Author: margaret21

I'm retired and living in North Yorkshire, where I walk as often as I can, write, volunteer, and travel as often as I can.

39 thoughts on “Windows on a Journey”

  1. A sense of calm pervades this series of shots. Calm people, watching and waiting. A space between one place and the next. Hope the waters were as calm as the impressions you’ve given us!

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  2. Great photos and made me wonder why real portholes make for interesting and moody shots, but the circle frame on a phone app produces simply unimpressive round pictures.

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    1. Yes, a bit of a marathon, but quite pleasurable. They have a volunteer on board helping you to spot Wales. We managed a few dolphins!


  3. Love the idea of sailing this route. I could happily while away the hours on deck, book in hand. Morning coffee and evening tipples. I’m not quite sure where I’d park the kids and husband in this day dream haha. Lovely shots, the portholes make great frames for little snapshots of life onboard.

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