Midnight in Europe
This blog is devoted to images of Europe, whether they be cultural, historical, or metropolitan. I do not own any of these images.

midnightineurope:

Hey Guys!  So, my first published short story is now available on Kindle.  It’s a murder-mystery with sort of a Gothic flair (atmospheric, moody) and it’s set in the South during the 1950s.  Check it out.

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midnightineurope:

Hey Guys!  So, my first published short story is now available on Kindle.  It’s a murder-mystery with sort of a Gothic flair (atmospheric, moody) and it’s set in the South during the 1950s.  Check it out.

Hey Guys!  So, my first published short story is now available on Kindle.  It’s a murder-mystery with sort of a Gothic flair (atmospheric, moody) and it’s set in the South during the 1950s.  Check it out.

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Dresden, Germany
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British Topographical by One Mans Treasure on Flickr.
Edinburgh. 1920

Check out my poem inspired by Sir William Blake Richmond’s painting, Portrait of Mrs. Ernest Moon, 1888

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Spree, Insel der Jugend, Berlin
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Calda House
The MacKenzies constructed Calda House in 1726 as a more modern residence to replace the castle. However, building the house and their extravagent lifestyle plunged the family into debt and they were forced to sell to the Earl of Sutherland. The house burned down in 1737 because retainers of the MacKenzies preferred to see it destroyed rather than family of the Earl of Sutherland move in. Ardverk Castle once a stronghold of The MacLoeds is seen in the background with Loch Assynt around it.  Whispered amongst the locals of Inchnadamph, the area surrounding the castle, legend tells of MacLeod’s lost daughter, Eimhir, and her continued presence at Loch Assynt. Instead of jumping to her death, they believe Eimhir plunged into the caverns of the Loch and, hiding from the devil to whom she was promised, made a new home beneath the water’s surface, becoming the elusive ‘mermaid of Assynt’.
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Nicolau Nasoni | Torre dos Clérigos | 1754-1763 | Porto, Portugal