Finding Light: Entertainment Today

When the plane began to descend in London, I was struck by what I saw outside the window. Blankets of white spanned out indefinitely, and the sky was so bright. As we dipped into the clouds, our surroundings faded to gray, and grew darker and darker the lower we dropped. On the ground I found…

Germany: Trier

Trier is the oldest city in Germany, founded by Augustus Caesar in 16BC. It houses many important Roman monuments. Due to the bizarre weather conditions while we were there, the pictures are a bit waterlogged, and we didn’t hit all the sites, but what I did see was pretty amazing. Plus, German food has proven…

Germany: Bernkastel-Kues

Bernkastel-Kues is a pleasant little village in the middle of Germany’s wine country. It lies beneath the Castle Landshut, which was burned to the ground in 1692. I didn’t find out too much about the history, but it was a lovely place to take pictures: