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Photo Adventures is a series of photos, in no particular order, that I have taken over the years. It was a beautiful May night when Dianne and I walked through a maze of colourful lights and laser beams splashing on the side of the buildings in Sydney, Australia. I also took a lot of photos showing the displays flashing off the sails of the Sydney Opera House. Photographed in Willimantic, Maine, which is located in
Dianne and I spent a memorable ten days with Simon Greenland as he showed us the sights and sounds of Melbourne and the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia. I posted this iconic photo of the Twelve Apostles which encompasses many of the numerous features you will encounter on the Great Ocean Road. The photos of the various sandstone/limestone structures are shown at the end of this Blog. Hosier Lane is where we spent a

Protected: St Aubin Line of Nicholas Ancestry – (Text and Photos)

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Remembering Our Heritage Lest We Forget They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them Tracing “The Nicholas Family” Tree Every attempt has been made for accuracy, however, because of human error and the time frame involved, some inconsistencies and duplication may appear. If anyone finds something which

“Arctic Exposure” Iceland

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Dianne and I spent 10 days in Iceland with our Icelandic photography mate, Skarpi Thrainsson owner of “Arctic Exposure”. He showed us the sights and sounds of Iceland and guided us to photographic sights that depicted Iceland’s rich and vibrant culture. Ten days were not enough for this enjoyable adventure, but you don’t have to go far to discover amazing nature and beautiful scenery. There are so many sights to see in Iceland – and
Day 1 –   Welcome to Budapest Highlights Your journey into wonder begins here. Relax and raise your glass at an evening’s welcome reception and before we embark on a night cruise on the Danube in Budapest. The building of Hungary’s law-making body, the House of Parliament, is rightly considered among the most beautiful parliament buildings in the world. Selected as a World Heritage site and can be best seen by cruising the Danube. The