Of weddings and awards

On the cusp
Petals
On the edge
That's everyone
A big laugh
A carnival dance
Once more, with feeling
One cat missing
On the way to townhall
A positive outlook
Ready
A kiss in preperation
Waiting
Ready to roll
Flowerboy
In session
Behind the flowers
Holding hands
Getting the details
One last bit
Vows
Content
Going in
Signing
Corroboration
Laughing
No looking back
Squared
A bear
In Cascais
The Grimms
Ehepaar Grimm
Heads together now
In the air
Smiles
Falling
Stately
On the wall
In the distance
Hands
Agreement
The ring
Confirmation
The last witness
All four
Out and about
A kiss and a burger
In the way
On the road
Backseat
Almost there
It's time
Togetherness
Selfie
Yeah, that's the spot
Candle maker
A new selection of winners

The wedding of my cousin in Hamburg snowballed into a four-week trip to Europe with visits to Holland, Lisbon and four of Portugal’s islands in the Atlantic.

On Portugal’s mainland, I was able to attend this year’s World Summit Awards. This time not as a winner, but as a juror.
Well organized with lots of interesting sessions, it was the best incarnation of the event I have yet attended.
Sadly, with a busy work schedule on the back burner, I had too little time to also relax and enjoy the cities of Lisbon and Cascais, just outside of Lisbon, which was hosting the event.

I did manage to squeeze in half a day of sightseeing in Lisbon and got myself to the Gulbenkian Mussum, housed in a set of brutalist buildings inside a popular park, where tame ducks can be fed by hand.

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