- 23/07/2017@bebee CEO @Javier 🐝 beBee & PR Ambassador @jbarbosapr having AWESOME fun in #sanjuan !!! Great breakfast at @abracadabracafe followed by cold beers !!!! Have a great trip home !!!! ✈️✈️✈️ See You Soon In Spain !!!! 🇵🇷 + 🇪🇸 = 🐝🐝🐝🐝💯 Thanks For The Visit !!!! Great Memories !!!!! Success Always !!!! @Larry Boyer, 🐝 Brand Ambassador @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood @John White, MBA @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
- 19/07/2017This is a statue of Robin Hood outside the castle in Nottingham.Robin Hood was an outlaw who lived in Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire.
- 16/07/2017I feel happy. I met the best guy in Puerto Rico.
Many thanks @Jan 🐝 Barbosa
Comments16/07/2017 #4 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.the king bee is happy - really very happy!16/07/2017 #3 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.we see your happiness on the picture, yes!
Comments12/07/2017 #16 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorSeems G+ is not used massively, and had a low impact on this post...many reasons could be at stake, bees dont like google +, user engagement was gentle but not in a sharing mood....x 3 overnight is low in david buzz adoption coefficient. Test is over...share at will, with your favorite tools! Thanks for the beta testers. buz on.12/07/2017 #14 David B. GrinbergKudos, David, on another excellent Live Buzz!!! It's always a pleasure to see and hear you, as well as view the interesting and beautiful sites of Spain you share with us. Keep buzzing and keep BEEing YOU, impressive, admirable and authentic, as always!
cc: @Javier 🐝 beBee @Juan Imaz @Mamen 🐝 Delgado @John White, MBA @Netta Virtanen @Hugo Chinchilla @Itziar Ruiz López11/07/2017 #11 Susan 🐝 Botello#9 A ver si se derrite el puente o te derrites tu! ;) Aquí en San Diego también hace bastante calor pero me parece que en Sevilla hace mas. La próxima La Giralda! Claro que por la tarde también ayuda un corte de helado sabor de nata.:) Thank you for sharing awesomeness!11/07/2017 #3 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorI will use this buzz to test Google +, bees use keywords you think of to find google groups and only share on G+!@David 🐝 Martín Alonso, @David B. Grinberg @Irene 🐝 Rodriguez Escolar @Stephane 🐝 Fenner @Lance 🐝 Scoular @Alberto 🐝 de la Torre
- 10/07/2017La Casa Vicens (1888) de Barcelona obra de Antoni Gaudí se levanta en el tranquilo barrio de Gràcia.
#barcelona #gaudi #artInstagram post by Jose Luis López • Jul 10, 2017 at 8:12am UTCwww.instagram.com 28 Likes, 2 Comments - Jose Luis López (@jluislopez.es) on Instagram: “La Casa Vicens (1888) de Barcelona obra de Antoni Gaudí se levanta en el tranquilo barrio...
- 10/07/2017La Catedral de Milán, más conocida como Duomo.
#Duomo #Milano #TravelInstagram post by Jose Luis López • Jul 7, 2017 at 9:53am UTCwww.instagram.com 66 Likes, 6 Comments - Jose Luis López (@jluislopez.es) on Instagram: “La Catedral de Milán, más conocida como Duomo. #Duomo #Milano #Travel . . . . . . . . . . . ....
- 02/07/2017This is a view of Trinity Lane in Cambridge.You can get to Kings College and Clare College through this entrance.
- 30/06/2017SnapEscape is good website for photographers to post photos -- whether amateur (like me) or professional. If it's good they will Retweet to 36K followers at https://twitter.com/SnapEscapeX Post your photos via https://snapescape.com/ Tell 'em I sent you (lol).Spectacular Sunset Outside Washington, DC – SnapEscapesnapescape.com Snapped from Bethesda, Maryland, at 8:36 pm ET/USA overlooking horizon of Northern Virginia/Dulles/Reston with Shenandoah Mountains and Blue Ridge Mountains in deep...
- Producer27/06/2017The best classic seafood spots in NYCAlthough the Manhattan seafood scene is dominated by restaurants that tend to be more on the elegant side, those looking to keep things simple have plenty of options. The Boil, with two locations in lower Manhattan, is a Louisiana-style eatery that...
- Producer27/06/2017My city: AthensWhen I have friends in town… if it’s their first time in Athens, I make sure they visit the Acropolis. It’s the eternal monument of the Greek capital and in many ways an eternal symbol of Greece itself. The views from the ancient sight are stunning,...
- 20/06/2017For those of you who missed my last blog, here is one of the photo's I shot in Colorado and posted to my blog. I'm working on two more blogs.. hope to have them posted by weeks end! Stay tuned :) This was taken in Estes Park, Colorado with my Samsung Phone.
- Producer15/06/2017From Pennsylvania to Colorado, a Road Trip Pt. 1We just returned home from a road trip to Colorado. We've done this drive before but I have to admit the older I get the harder it gets! Do I have regrets, no. Did my tailbone feel like someone kicked it by the time we arrived in Colorado, yes. Ah,...
Comments21/06/2017 #18 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#17 ha, that was the first and last shot of bourbon this gal shall chug! I'm glad we didn't do the actual bourbon tour. The begin at 9 am and go all day. Who wants to begin drinking before lunch (well I guess many LOL). I saw photos of my neighbor and her husband doing the tour and I'm going to say, I bet they slept well.. or I hope they did haha. What is Eagle Rare @Cyndi wilkins? I prefer a nice, smooth, dry dark red wine!16/06/2017 #10 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#9 Hi @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador, we really did have a good time. There were moments but I'm waiting for pt 2 or 3. I have to split it up because of my photos... I could photo overload people. I think that's cool that you were in St. Louis when the Arch was being built!! Cheers with a glass of wine! I like a citrus beer on occasion.16/06/2017 #9 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand AmbassadorI'm so glad you're back @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher. Seems you had a great time. I would not have survived a bourbon tasting - you know, here we go loop-de-loop. I'll stick to beer and wine. I hate to admit this but I was in St Louis when the Gateway Arch was being built - 1963. I look forward to Part 2. Stunning pics, BTW.16/06/2017 #8 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#7 I'm glad this was a welcome mental break @Shelley Brown! I love cities with lights and a bit of glitz along with tons of choices for food etc.... I wish we would have had more time, not enough when you spend 7 days driving to Co. and back, plus a week out there. We had fun in Co. but 95% of our time had to be things the kids could do and well... where they liked to eat. I will leave that for another blog. I realized that towns like Estes are really for adults. I would have had a blast staying there after dark and hitting a pub or two through out the day. Ah, glad I got that off my mind LOL. Oh btw, wine drinker here!15/06/2017 #6 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#4 Ha, I would have either ended up vomiting or not able to walk a straight line @Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess. They have tours that begin at 9am... I can't imagine drinking that early. Heck, I can't imagine drinking anything until later in the day. I'm a lightweight.
We had a great time, I hope I can add some humor to my next buzz. I have 2 more I want to do. I wrote this very fast last night :-) Thanks for your comment!!15/06/2017 #5 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#3 Thanks @David B. Grinberg, glad you enjoyed my photos! I have so many more. These were all taken with my Samsung. I haven't had time to upload the pics from my Canon yet. I felt like I was gone more than usual from beBee, it's nice to be back home even though we had a lot of fun!15/06/2017 #2 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#1 A lot of fun! I was trying to find out if the pedestrian bridge was within walking distance and asked a few restaurant workers leaving their shifts, they all had black uniforms on. I wasnt sure of the answers I was getting and decided to ask one more guy. I didnt get a cohesive answer at all and told my husband. My husband said, uh yea....you didnt notice he was grabbing his crotch while he had that creepy grin on his face? I thought my husband was kidding, but I guess I was asking a homeless man and he was more than happy to chat?! Lol, I didn't even notice.
Comments11/06/2017 #2 David 🐝 Martín AlonsoEsta semana empiezo a trabajar en un viaje que me han pedido a Escocia para en mes de julio. Son dos matrimonios de Barcelona que tuve la suerte de pasear por Sevilla y alrededores en Semana Santa y han decidido repetir conmigo, pero esta vez por ahí fuera. Edimburgo es la ciudad donde empezaré mi aventura.
- 09/06/2017We took a trip to Estes Park Colorado today. Beautiful day. I've really enjoyed this trip and being with my family who I don't get to see enough. Check out my album from today. I got some awesome shots. It will take you to my google album, easy to scroll though.Estes Park Coloradogoo.gl 38 new photos · Album by Lisa...
- 29/05/2017Instagram post by Virginiart • Mar 24, 2017 at 10:59pm UTCwww.instagram.com 55 Likes, 3 Comments - Virginiart (@art.by.virginia) on Instagram: “❤#goat #goatportrait #photography #fotografia #art #travelphotography #india #colors #fun...
- 29/05/2017Instagram post by Virginiart • May 21, 2017 at 7:12pm UTCwww.instagram.com 118 Likes, 3 Comments - Virginiart (@art.by.virginia) on Instagram: “🐕www.virginiart.net #photography #fotografia #instaphoto #photogram #pic #visualart...
- 26/05/2017Atardecer en blanco y negro
Black and White sunset
- Producer21/05/2017The Discreet, Enigmatic and Evasive GeishaIt was our last night in Kyoto and we had explored so many facets of this beautiful city's culture and beauty. The breathtaking splendour of Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines, the magic of origami, the calming propriety of the tea ceremony, all...
Comments23/05/2017 #28 Ken Boddie#27 Lisa, if you are really keen on photography, my best advice to you is to take an on line course. I completed a diploma on line many years ago and though I knew quite a lot until I did the course. If you pick the right one, you will be given practicals to do every week, or in your own time, if weekly is too much, and you should be able to get great feedback from your on line tutor. As for Photoshop, you don't really need it and there are many cheaper and less complex programs around, but Photoshop is the industry standard and well worth the time investment. An alternative editor, which has great crits and is much cheaper, is Lightroom, but I have no hands on experience with this. Why not join a local club? They're not hard to find and you'll pick up many interesting tips to get you on your way.23/05/2017 #27 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#13 #14 I love your frank honesty Ken :)) That means you are down to earth! I like the idea of keeping a notepad with me. I always forget so many details when I travel. It's easy to forget. I think I will grab one and keep it in my purse when we leave. Dr. Google is very generous, isn't he? I want to learn how to take raw photos. I met a professional photographer on IG a few years back and he still uses an older camera and said he won't use anything but. He does the same, develops, turns them into jpegs and I'm not sure about Photoshop. I just began teaching myself how to use Photoshop. I hate when I take a nice photo but no matter what settings I use it may look drab. I also use a few free photo editors too. Is it hard to take raw and then develop them? Sort of sounds relaxing to me. I'm glad you and your wife had such a good time. Welcome home a few weeks late. My husband and I were both really sick this past month and I missed a lot. He's still recovering from pneumonia and we leave on Friday, yikes! Send the healing Gods LOL22/05/2017 #26 Ken Boddie#25 The images of this fascinating country, Gert, were bursting to be taken by my trusty Canon. You are of course correct in your assessment that I took some time to compile these two blogs to date, but much of the time was taken up in choosing only a very few photos from the 1200 or so developed jpegs, taken over a period of some two weeks, so as to hopefully match the blog subjects. When the culture, art and scenery of the places we visit is so stimulating, preparation time flies past, as you undoubtedly know yourself. Thanks for the compliments.22/05/2017 #25 Gert Scholtz@Ken Boddie Along with your previous post, these are two of the most interesting travel pieces I have read. Fascinating information on a country and culture that is quite foreign to me, and your photos are superb. Thanks for taking what must have been a chunk of your time to compile these posts. Shared into the Travel Hive. Ever looking forward to the next Ken Boddie travel post!22/05/2017 #18 Ken Boddie#12 Thank you so much, Lada, for your compliments. I am glad you enjoyed this post. So many foreigners when travelling in Japan are fascinated by the kimono, which, when comprising a beautiful silk with subtle hues, worn by a woman with poise and maturity, is the epitomy of the Japanese female attire. To illustrate, I refer you to the two lovely ladies (above) who I photographed at the tea ceremony. The three young girls, however, who I shot in Tokyo's Hamarikyu Gardens (refer this earlier post: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ken-boddie/did-we-miss-cherry-blossom-season ), although also beautifully attired, almost appear to be casually dressed by comparison, as is befitting of a stroll outdoors in the uplifting cherry blossom.
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- 14/05/2017This is a post box outside Kings College in Cambridge.All the post boxes in Britain are red.When there is a new monarch the new post boxes have the new monarchs crest on it.
- Producer12/05/2017Rebounding for TravelI've been offline more than online recently. My husband and I both ended up coming down with a nasty Respiratory flu which turned into infections for both of us. After 10 days or so we both went to our Doctors. I ended up with an ear infection,...
Comments15/05/2017 #59 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#50 Just in case @Dean Owen - Mucus cleaning and immunity boosting juice
2 cups of daikon radish
6 celery stalks
3 inches of ginger root
For Turmeric Milk: Make a Paste with water and turmeric on the stove, I add some cinnamon, a pinch of black pepper. Let it cool. Then I use coconut milk, about 1/4 tsp of the paste and some raw honey - heat the milk and stir in the rest. It's not overly tasty. I actually prefer tea with turmeric, honey, lemon, and pinch of pepper.15/05/2017 #55 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#44 I think the same flu can mutate and hit each person a bit differently. Sweat it out, I've heard people say that before! My husband tried for 5 days and just became more ill because he was ignoring his chest symptoms (well, he was trying to) Hope you are both better now!15/05/2017 #54 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#43 Hmm Ok, I don't think I could do radish juice either, unless there is a great recipe for it? Well... I will never say never when it comes to pain! Buddybee, I like that @Praveen Raj Gullepalli View more#43 Hmm Ok, I don't think I could do radish juice either, unless there is a great recipe for it? Well... I will never say never when it comes to pain! Buddybee, I like that @Praveen Raj Gullepalli :) Thanks for all the tips! Close14/05/2017 #44 Zack ThornSame here Lisa, Came on 2 weeks after returning from Mexico, the wife and I both. Fortunately it only lasted a few days for her, but it took me a solid month to get past the crud. It seemed like it took a good hard fever to burn it out, then I recovered fairly quickly. So if it is still hanging with you, you might try turning up the thermostat and piling on the blankets.