Thursday, October 23, 2014

Breast cancer-free trip triggers 1,200 pictures

Photos help to re-live the joys of European jaunt that marked 20 years of being cancer-free

We were sort of forced to take tons of photos in London and Paris because our recent celebratory trip abroad was so special — it commemorated Nancy Fox's being free of breast cancer for 20 years.

That bumpy two-decade journey, not incidentally, is a trip I, Woody Weingarten, documented in my new book, "Rollercoaster: How a man can survive his partner's breast cancer."

The photos, both I and my survivor-wife figured, would fill the gap left by our short-term memories having faded a wee bit.

So I shot about 1,200 of them. 

Now, a few weeks later, I've honed them to about 200 for our personal album. Then I decided to put a baker's dozen of them right here.

You can enlarge or download any the pictures by clicking on it.


And do tell me, please, which of these European trip photos you like best of all.


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