Postcards from Europe

Hi guys.

I’m going to France on Thursday. I’m going to be living there for a little while. At least three months, but probably more like six, or maybe even a year. Maybe forever. France does that to people.


Ireland, Bridge in Glendaloch

I’m going to be traveling around and working with a number of different wineries, who, in return, will be temporarily admitting me into their families. I’ll be drinking a lot of wine, probably, and if I’m lucky, eating a lot of food. I’ll probably be speaking a lot of French, too, which is somewhat scary, but I’m hoping I’ll learn quickly. I’ll be meeting a lot of people and seeing a lot of cool stuff, like animals, and vines, and really old barrel rooms, and castles, and patisseries, and boulangeries, and, and, and… the list goes on. And because I’ll be doing all this stuff, too, I’ll no doubt be taking a lot of photos. And probably sharing a lot of them on here. Little missives and postcards from me to the world.

I’m kind of freaking out a little bit about this, so, to calm myself down (read: distract myself from packing), I’m going to share some photos I just got developed from some of my past trips to Europe. My sister probably deserves photo cred for a number of these, though I don’t know which ones, so I’ll just give her “generic photo cred”. All of them are raw and unedited–just uploaded onto the computer. Enjoy!

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