Travel Photo of the Day (February 16)

The Chobe River after sunset.

The Chobe River after sunset.

About TBM

TB Markinson is an American who's recently returned to the US after a seven-year stint in the UK and Ireland. When she isn't writing, she's traveling the world, watching sports on the telly, visiting pubs in New England, or reading. Not necessarily in that order. Her novels have hit Amazon bestseller lists for lesbian fiction and lesbian romance. She cohosts the Lesbians Who Write Podcast (lesbianswhowrite.com) with Clare Lydon. TB also runs I Heart Lesfic (iheartlesfic.com), a place for authors and fans of lesfic to come together to celebrate lesbian fiction.
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13 Responses to Travel Photo of the Day (February 16)

  1. bocafrau says:

    Beautiful. Love the pink hues.

  2. I envy you your travels.

  3. wolke205 says:

    So wonderful… 🙂

  4. Robyn says:

    Beautiful photo 🙂

  5. Northern Narratives says:

    I really like the colors in this photo.

  6. pattisj says:

    That’s really pretty.

  7. What a lovely picture! We took an outdoor digital camera course a couple of weeks ago and are finally understanding the expertise involved in adjusting the camera’s settings.
    ‘Been a point and shoot fan all these years.

  8. Jo Bryant says:

    gorgeous pastel colour

  9. Fergiemoto says:

    Beautiful! I like the subtle pink sunset colors making their appearance.

  10. petit4chocolatier says:

    Beautiful colours.., inspiring 🙂

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