To me an essential part of Living Well is to try new things and in 2021 I’ve decided to improve my photography and join #SundayStills with Terri from Second Wind Leisure Perspectives. It’s a bit of fun and makes me use my brain creatively in how I approach the weekly prompt. You can see previous posts HERE if you are interested in knowing what the prompts were or reading my take on things.
This week’s #SundayStills prompt ‘Fallen’ was a little tricky but I after some thought I did come up with some ideas and I hope you enjoy my take on ‘Fallen’. Perhaps you could add to mine.
Where I live in Australia on the beautiful Gold Coast, I am surrounded by ocean and sand. The climate is mild in Winter, hot and humid in Summer. I don’t experience the ‘Fall’ and the changing of the colours of the leaves which I love, nor Snow although some parts of Australia do.
I have enjoyed travelling with my husband to the UK/Europe and the USA/Canada during Fall/Winter so have been able to indulge in the beauty and colour of fallen leaves and on our trip to Canada we came upon fallen Snow for the first time. The snow on the trees looks like icing sugar, don’t you agree?
I have Fallen and been in Love with my darling husband for 27 years
I have Fallen in Love with my two grandsons who consistently bring me joy
Travel has brought the opportunity to learn more about history and ancient civilizations which were once powerful empires. One of the largest empires of ancient times was The Roman Empire and reminders can be found not only in Italy but in many countries with ancient buildings which have fallen into decay.
The Roman Empire was founded when Augustus Caesar proclaimed himself the first emperor of Rome in 31BC and came to an end with the fall of Constantinople in 1453CE.Roman Empire (27 BC – 476 AD) – History of Rome