Travel Theme: Distance

Distance doesn’t exist, in fact, and neither does time. Vibrations from love or music can be felt everywhere, at all times. /Yoko Ono/

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The new and the old in Plovdiv, Bulgaria

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Up in the Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria

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The better half of the Moon?

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Strolling down in Marseille, France

Ailsa’ s Travel Theme

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15 thoughts on “Travel Theme: Distance

  1. Love these images, Ese…the old and the new in Bulgaria looks interesting, and the place in the mountains. I, too, had a moon shot lined up. Still might post it! 🙂

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  2. You are making me really curious about Bulgaria and Marseille now. But I think you already know that 🙂

    Putting music and love on the same pedastal. Intriguing. I can understand the thing about Music, for the moment. Love, maybe, in time… 🙂

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