Posted in creative sparks, Saturday Snapshot


Sparks are flying around the blogosphere again today, as we join in with Alyce, At Home With Books, to showcase our Saturday Snapshots.

In December, my eldest son, a European photographer, vacationed in Barcelona.

Here are some of the shots he shared with me.

A Shop


Enjoying a musician called "The Captain"

And here’s the photographer himself, relaxing….

A Little Liquid Pleasure


What did the rest of you spotlight today?  I’m eager to see what you’ve got….



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    1. Oh, he is…my wandering expatriate son! I haven’t seen him since 2007….sigh. We Skype and connect on Facebook. Not enough. But I do vicariously live through his experiences there.

      Thanks for stopping by, Trish.


  1. I’ve never even thought about going to Spain. Bet he had a good time. “The Captain” huh? Made me think of “The Captain and Tennille (sp)” – remember them? LOL


    1. Oh, I know, Kay…in fact, when he posted these, he put “The Captain”…and then said “where’s Tennille?”

      I saw The Captain and Tennille perform in Las Vegas during the 80s. Wonder if they are still around….

      Thanks for stopping by.


    1. Can you believe I’ve never been to Europe? My son has lived there since the mid-nineties, and I only see him when he comes here (but that’s not often enough!).

      I must do something about that! Thanks for stopping by, Leslie.


      1. You need to go! Especially since you have a tour guide to take you around. I spent a few weeks in Italy and it was nice that we have family there to show us around.


    1. I have forgotten most of the Spanish I ever knew! My son manages nicely in most European countries, because when he lives in a place, he picks up the language; when visiting, he says most countries have many English speaking people in the shops. Or some of them, anyway. Thanks for visiting, Alyce.


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