The challenge is to post a favourite travel picture for 10 days without explanation and nominate someone else to participate.
I’ve been breaking the rules a bit, because I am a writer more than a photographer and like a bit of context.
It is difficult to choose, but this is my favourite picture of 2020. It was taken in Italy as we came out of lockdown in May. It was such a joy and relief to be able to get out of our garden to walk, and since we usually spend our time in Monte Rosa skiing, it was an unexpected pleasure to be there to see spring come to the mountains.
If I nominate you and you don’t want to participate, please do not feel obliged, I appreciate it’s a busy time of year. However, if you do, please link back to me so that I can see your post.
In these strange times, I think we all need a little vicarious travel and cheering up – and it’s a great excuse to delve back into your travel archives!
Drumroll… my nomination is… Caravan Correspondent, a blog which combines evocative writing with fabulous photography.
To read the story behind the photo, see Lockdown Life – Into thin Air: Hiking the Valle di Salza