Zetlands

After a while, I return to the ramblings of the royal pleasure and the ones closest to my heart. Travels.
I travel not for a reason or a season but it is just a part of my existence that belongs to me and my soul. Of course, it is not that I am so stiff like being in a holiday with a five star hotel or a luxury beach resorts but rather a kind of a different more adventurous kinds. The long solo travels where the road becomes your partner and you enjoy everything that comes along.

My lust keeps me moving – the lust to be at places where others don’t so often go or think going. Most masses plan on destinations – the world does it but I choose my own places where I know world won’t be. So here living on an Island what better way to find some remote islands to explore. Timing was right and so are the days weather may not be right but once I am on the move everything becomes part of me.
Here is the brief road play on the map before I hit the road.

Wait till you get to see or hear more. My Fb album shall fill this up space very soon or just be on my fb page to keep checking where I am đŸ™‚

Shetlands Ride
Time to hit the road.
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I dont think about YOU

I got to share this because I love to love this feeling – I really don’t think about you.

Enjoy, share and be creative

Whitby – The Jet Town

Welcome to W H I T B Y

The earliest record of a permanent settlement is in 656, when Streonshal, was the place where Oswy, the Christian king of Northumbria, founded the first abbey, under the abbess, Hilda. The Synod of Whitby was held there in 664. In 867, the monastery was destroyed by Viking raiders, and was re-founded in 1078. It was in this period that the town gained its current name, Whitby, (from “white settlement” in Old Norse). In the following centuries Whitby functioned as a fishing settlement until, in the 18th century, it developed as a port and centre for shipbuilding and whaling, trade in locally mined alum and the manufacture of Whitby jet jewellery.

Whitby : Where you back into the history.

The Happy Feeling

One of my many shots that I feel should be shared to rest of the world too.

 

Where are the rest of the happy buggers in this world .. ??

Peak District, England

By - Mani Babbar Photography
Peak District, England

One of the most amazing and beautiful sunsets I have come across. Special thanks to Mike for this wonderful moment & showing me the hidden secrets of Peak District.

Walking, hiking and scrambling in Peak District – one must do it to see it for themselves.