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Museo Naval Ferrol

9 Oct

Not going to lie, my plan for the museum was to whip in, look for a bit, get a sello in my credencial, and then leave. What ACTUALLY happened? I spent almost 2hrs there, and forgot to get the sello. Sigh. Worth it though.

Upon arrival at the Ferrol train station.

Going on walkabout.

Latrine from when the building was a prison.

Are you my mummy?

That’s a wrap on the Museum, kids. Hope you enjoyed some of the highlights. Okay, a LOT of the highlights. If you ever find yourself in the Galician region of Spain, keep this museum in mind.

xox

Jess

#TheFavoritesofDoctorWho April Photo Challenge – Day 2

2 Apr

Favorite Historical Person

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Today’s photo challenge was a no-brainer for me: Vincent van Gogh (Series 5’s Vincent and the Doctor).  Tony Curran did a beautiful job portraying him. I could wax eloquent on his performance (and about Tony himself), but honestly you should just watch the episode. The episode is wonderfully written, especially surrounding his mental health.

Here’s a clip from the museum scene. The quality isn’t the greatest, but I love this scene!

 

 

Hope y’all enjoyed my Day 2 of this month’s photo challenge 🙂

xo
jess

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