Wednesday, September 12, 2012

TPThursday Capturing The Four Seasons

The seasons in photos. . .

I hadn’t given seasons  much thought  until Leigh from Hike Bike Travel invited our participation in another blogosphere event; this one sponsored by Booked.net.

At our house we have two seasons, ‘Travel and No Travel’.  It is from that perspective I offer views of the four calendar seasons as we fondly recall from our travels::

Winter

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A January evening in Honolulu, O’ahu, Hawaii

Spring

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An April day on the island of Naxos, Greece

Summer

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A July morning in Beacon Hill Park, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

Autumn

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An October morning in Spain’s Andalucian hillsides.

When you capture the memories of the seasons, what do you picture? 

This is my contribution to Travel Photo Thursday created by Nancie at Budget Travelers Sandbox. If this is your first visit to TravelnWrite, stop by again Saturday for Washington Weekend.

22 comments:

  1. I love your version of the four seasons. Beautiful and scenic pictures. That picture of Beacon Hill Park is my favorite.

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    1. Thanks Mary. I have adapted well to our version of the changing seasons.

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  2. I love your version of the two seasons!!! Our house is pretty much the same though I would desperately love for there to be only one season-travel all the time!
    Even though our winter's are very mild , we try to miss this and escape somewhere warmer. Winter in Honolulu looks great!

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    1. Our Seattle winters used to be mild - just dreary - but now we have a bit of snow as well. . .Aloha Hawaii!

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  3. Being Canadian, I LOVE your winter photo, so much different than what I associate winter with.

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    1. Being from rainy Seattle, I love that winter photo too! Thanks for writing.

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  4. Thanks for participating. I love your two seasons and I wish it was so clear cut in our house. Your spring photo in Greece is outstanding!!

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    1. Thanks for the invite. I posted this late last night while in DC (the other Washington) and obviously was suffering jet lag - I've corrected the spelling on your name. . .my head was clogged, I guess!

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  5. Okay. Now I want to go to Hawaii in the Winter :)
    Great shots!

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    1. Thanks for visiting. And I highly recommend Haawaii in the winter!

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  6. I love your interpretation of seasons, Jackie.
    I've been thinking about that too since there is no distinct season -- it's sunny almost everyday.

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    1. I am so envious: 'sunny almost everyday' sounds sooooo good!

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  7. Almost missed your winter submission! Hawaii is awesome during the winter and I can't really think of a better place to get warm. Loved your shots!

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    1. Thanks Debbie. It is such a nice change from dreary, gray Seattle.

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  8. I love your definition of there being only two seasons: travel and no travel!

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    1. Maybe I should think of age the same way: Able to travel and Too Old To Travel as well. . .that way I have many travel days ahead.

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  9. Lovely pictures (excuse me if this is posting twice, I never know if it has "taken".)

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    1. Thanks for commenting Vera. I loved your seasons as well this week.

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  10. Beautiful! Pics like these are the reason Hawaii is so high on my travel wishlist :)

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    1. Oh yes, you must get to Hawaii... it is like no other place on earth. Thanks for visiting Sabrina!

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  11. Stunning shots Jackie! I love the Spain shot.

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    1. Thanks for giving us all this opportunity Nancie. We appreciate TPThursday.

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