Category Archives: Ineffable Wanderlust

Ineffable Wanderlust – Komorebi

This was a tough one this month. To be honest: I hadn’t had any camera with me when I saw komorebi: Sunlight filtering through trees. That’s bad. July was a month with a lot of clouded skies, and a lot of rain pouring out of the sky. That’s the weather in The Netherlands. No long…

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Ineffable Wanderlust – Faodail

Ineffable Wanderlust: Faodail: A lucky find. Faodail Do you remember when you set a step outside your comfort zone? Do you recall the feeling you have when your plane landed on an airport you never have been before? The destination you never travelled to before?  I do. This time we went to Porto in Portugal….

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  • Julie SkeltonJuly 3, 2017 - 19:50

    I can see why you’ve fallen for Porto, Anna! Such a beautiful place – and that bookstore!! The long exposure at the station is so atmospheric. Is the red building your hotel? What a magnificent building!ReplyCancel

  • AnaJuly 3, 2017 - 20:44

    Anna, I always look forward to reading your post of the month. I knew you would love Porto as it has that mix of old and nostalgic that you know how to capture so well. This is a beautiful interpretation of a stunning city and I will be more than happy to be your companion when you decide to go back xx I also love that you managed to get a bike in your gallery, just like in Burano, Amsterdam… xxReplyCancel

Ineffable Wanderlust – Hiraeth

A homesickness for a home you can’t return to, or that never was: hiraeth. As a child I was homesick a lot, really a lot. I didn’t want to stay over at a friend. I just wanted to sleep in my own bed in my parents house. If I was spending a night at a friends…

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Ineffable Wanderlust – Mellifluous

Mellifluous, this blog circle  definitely teaches me new words I’ve never knew they exist. Mellifluous: A sound that is sweet and smooth, and pleasing to hear. Which sounds do I love? I asked my husband this question and he answered directly: “The sound of the sea”. And my heart told me: “Yes, I love this…

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Ineffable Wanderlust – Uitwaaien – Haarrijnse Plas Utrecht

A Dutch word it is. Uitwaaien: to take a break, to clear one’s head. Literally: to walk in the wind. For me it is to take a break. To clear my head this month. I had a very busy month while taking care for my parents, my full time job and my own personal life….

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