Selcouth


Selcouth (adj). The Origin of the word is Old English. It means strange and uncommon; the way you see things when you travel. 

Everything seems different and foreign, and that is a good thing. 

We travel to seek out the things we don’t see every day. 

This is a photo I took on the cliffs above Langland Bay in Wales.  

And even though its close to our home, it seems every time we travel there; this is a place where there is always something new and beautiful and different to see. 

I love that. 

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