Weekly Photo Challenge: Comfort


 

Comfort for me is a healthy dose of green, some nice soft cushions, a book to read, and just the right amount of warmth. Plenty of places fit the bill that I didn’t photograph well, but some that I did:

Villa Siem Reap, Cambodia, perfect after a morning of temple hopping

Holiday apartment in Firenze, Italy: after 3 flights up, it was such a relief to flop anywhere!

Palm Garden Resort, Hoi An, Vietnam: those chairs rock (literally!)

Corner window at home, Hanoi, Vietnam: start reading, end up snoozing

 

 

 

 

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27 comments

  1. i am in love with that kitchen!! glorious!

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  2. i can see why you found this comfy. what a beautiful place!

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  3. Wonderful set of shots. Love the kitchen and love the corner window.

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  4. These are really great. There is something about the rocking chair capture. : )

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  5. Wonderful places. I also love the kitchen 🙂

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  6. I can see that you can find comfort in a variety of places. All one needs is a place that allows relaxation, a bit of peace and solitude.

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  7. All great photo’s, a most impressive travel diary.

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  8. Love the last one the most..

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  9. Even I loved the corner seat in your Hanoi home with the outside view to compliment it.

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  10. Well, the beanbag is gonna be set up in Jakarta soon, I hope!

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  11. I love your corner window…

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  12. Wonderful pictures. I love the balcony picture. Flowers in that vase are so pretty! 🙂

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  13. corner window looks pretty comfy to me 🙂

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  14. thanks for the ping back, i love the corner arrangement of bean bag!

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  15. So many lovely comfort corners. Happy travels!

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  16. These are all such perfect visions of comfort! I love your reading/napping nook.

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