This week the prompt at The Daily Post is Serene. This word can mean something different to anyone that hears the word. It could be a lonely beach, a sunrise, a sunset, a park bench, etc.

This is a picture of the garden area of the Bed & Breakfast we stay at in Rome, Italy. We really love this area. It is peaceful and Serene place to sit after a long, hot day of sightseeing. We usually have cheese, fruit, bread and a glass of wine, to recharge before heading out again for the evening. It is one of our favorite places to be.


This week’s prompt at The Daily Post is Temporarily. Something you appreciate despite, or even because of, it’s short shelf life.

I love flowers. They make me smile when I see them, but they definitely have a short shelf life and are temporary. These tulips were growing in Scotland. So beautiful.


The prompt at The Daily Post is peek. Show just enough to peak our interest. 

I found this prompt interesting. That could be interpreted in many ways. I found a lot of pictures that I thought would fit. So I will probably be sharing a few in the days to come. 

This wasn’t the best picture, but I thought it fit the prompt the best 😀


Today’s The Daily Post photo challenge prompt is pedestrian. The prompt said, Pedestrian or not? It’s up for your interpretation. 

I choose to use this picture. This is the Duomo in Milan, Italy. The area around the Duomo is close to cars, so there are only pedestrians around the area. 

The Daily Post-Window. 

This week’s prompt at The Daily Post is….Your inspiration this week is windows. Use a window to frame your shot. Show us what you see out the window from the place where you usually blog, use a window to give structure to your photo, or make a window itself your subject.  

I chose to use the window itself. When we travel I’m fascinated by the windows and doors of the places we visit. 

I really like these windows. I love the flower boxes and shutters. 


This week’s Daily Post challenge is waiting. The prompt definition was- For this challenge, show us what waiting looks like to you. There are so many angles and interpretations — we look forward to seeing yours!

I picked this picture. I love all the bicycles lined up. It looks like they are just waiting for their owners to come and ride on them.