Weekly photo Challenge: Near and Far.

I have to say I´ve really stretched the most I could out of this weeks photo challenge but to be honest, I couldn´t help it! It was such a good title that I couldn´t resist. You´ll be happy to know that this will be my last post on the challenge, is that a huge sigh of relief I´m hearing? Thank you for your support for the last three posts I featured and I hope that you enjoy this one just as much!

Today my family and I were lucky enough to visit Cartagena, a beautiful marine city located in the province of Murica in the South of Spain. It was another trip on our new adventure, One Day at a Time. In anticipation of my post tomorrow I decided to share two images with you that are perfect for the theme near and far. So without future delay, in other words before I start rambling too much and bore you to death, here are the images!

An impressive view of the mountains taken from the port!
Another splendid view of the mountains, aren´t they just exquisite?

To see what other bloggers have come up with for this weeks challenge click here.

Have you ever been to Cartagena? What did you think?

As always, thank you for reading,

Until the next time,



10 thoughts on “Weekly photo Challenge: Near and Far.

    1. They really are gorgeous and they surround the entire area, not just Cartagena but also the nearby villages. There is just something about mountains that I absolutely love, I think it must be their ruggedness and their character! I´m glad you loved the pictures and I hope that some day you get to visit Spain, it´s a wonderful place! Thank you for your comment, G 🙂


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