Photo of the day

We’re nearly at the end of our holiday now, and I thought I would share with you the photo of the day from today. We went into Cardiff today and amongst other places we visited my brother’s “office” – the Welsh Millennium Centre (he’s a professional musician with the Welsh National Opera).

We also took a boat ride across the bay to Penarth, from where this panorama shot was taken.

Cardiff Bay

Oh ok, here’s the family in front of my brother’s office too!!



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    1. Hi, thanks for your comment. I’m ok thanks but am a little out of sorts just now. I think it’s probably the post-holiday blues!! I appreciate your thinking of me and missing me 🙂
      Best wishes, Pam


  1. Hi Pam,

    I checked out your blog after you followed mine.

    Lovely pictures — I’m presuming Scotland. I’m American but have a deep affection for Scotland. My husband took me there to propose (on the Salisbury Craig’s, overlooking Edinburgh Castle). How could I not love the place!


    1. Thanks Elyse. I love Scotland too but we haven’t visited there for a couple of years now. This was taken in Wales. The landscape is similar to Scotland – very mountainous but also stunning views!


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