Page thirty four: The Stone| Scale

  In response to this week’s WPC: Scale I took this photo during my Stonehenge Tour in England and although not the most striking post ever, I thought placing the stone between my forefinger and thumb changes the perspective and the mystery this huge magnificent stone circle is known for. ©jodiepages 2017. All Rights Reserved….

Page thirty three: My spontaneous trip to the UK/Europe.

It’s been a month since I arrived from my spontaneous European trip. I say « spontaneous » because before embarking on this journey, I had no way of comprehending that a trip to my favourite continent in the world would actually be possible. I mean, I had just gotten back from my Asia travels and also the…

Page Thirty One: Ready to fall in love?

Okay, here we go.. Just landed in the UK and although feeling jetlagged, I can’t help but fall for this place. With its old English structures, sands and shingles and bustling streets,  I actually don’t mind living here.   There are games and arcades inside the Brighton Pier and it was just as congested as…

Page Thirty: Waterfalls | Elemental 

« A handful of earth here, a pinch of air there and a bucketload of water everywhere and voilà, you have a masterpiece, » says Nature, the greatest artist of all time. In response to this week’s WPC, Elemental. (c) jodiepages 2017. All Rights Reserved.

Page Twenty Four: Basilica de San Martin de Tours | Heritage

In response to this week’s WordPress Challenge – Heritage For over 300 years, the Spaniards have built thousands of Catholic churches in the Philippines. Among them is The Basilica de San Martin de Tours, which is known as the oldest Catholic church in the Philippines and quite possibly in Asia. Sitting atop a hill, the…