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My Week In Instagram Photos

I like Instagram for the simplicity of being able to post photos and tell a story in the process. Where I don’t always manage to blog, I probably have posted to Instagram. Here is my week in Instagram photos.

We’re busy with replacing the floors in the living area, and after a visit to the flooring people we needed a coffee and pastel de nata to make some decisions. We are still undecided though, about the flooring options…

This is how all good decisions about home improvements are done #homeimprovements #pasteisdenata #portuguesedelicacies

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I remembered with nostalgia the time I spent at MAAT in April. I did a photo essay, here.

Waiting for Che to pick me up after a day at a client. I saw the bridge over the road and imagined it being a tree-bridge, like a tree-house…

Oh look! A tree-bridge! #jhbcbd

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I also had a feedback session for my Action Learning Project this year.

ALP feedback session today #socent

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I hope you have a wonderful week!

PS: I know I have been distant of late. I have written about it but not posted the post yet. Maybe next week. Who knew that pressing the “publish” button could be so not easy.

 

Pearls Of Wisdom On Instagram

My preferred medium for sharing my photos with inspirational quotes is Instagram. Some quotes are my own and some aren’t, correctly attributed.

At times I post these here on Wide Eyed in Wonder and other times I don’t. In the spirit of this week’s Discover Challenge, here is a collection of inspirational quotes I’ve posted on Instagram. All photos are my originals, taken with my trusty iPhone.

For whatever we lose (like a you or a me), It’s always our self we find in the sea. e.e. Cummings

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“Wishing to be friends is quick work, but friendship is a slow ripening fruit.” (Aristotle)

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It’s been a long time since I’ve walked on the beach.

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Remember to look up and out towards the horizon as often as possible #keepyoursenseofperspective

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WordPress Weekly Photo: Seashells

“Every time we walk along a beach some ancient urge disturbs us so that we find ourselves shedding shoes and garments or scavenging among seaweed and whitened timbers like the homesick refugees of a long war.” – Loren Eiseley

©2016 Regina Martins
©2016 Regina Martins

This is the second entry – you can find the first entry here – Worn by the sea.

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WordPress Weekly Photo: Worn By The Sea

A walkabout on the beach today with the focus on this week’s theme – a seashell and a clump of coral worn by the sea.

©2016 Regina Martins
©2016 Regina Martins
©2016 Regina Martins
©2016 Regina Martins

All photos taken with standard camera app on iPhone 6 Plus and edited with iPhoto.

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Entered in this week’s WordPress photo challenge with the theme of Details.