Xina Marie Uhl

About me

Author Xina Marie Uhl lives in sunny Southern California with her husband and assorted furry and scaly pets. The setting of her first novel, NECROPOLIS, has been heavily influenced by her interest in ancient history. She holds both a BA and an MA in history. In addition to fiction writing, she teaches college history courses and writes educational materials. When she isn’t reading and writing, she enjoys hiking, yoga, and planning new travel adventures.

From my website

Mustard Seeds – 23-24/100 Camino Photos

Bright, crisp greens. Pure mustard yellows. Gray mountains and brown earth. The sound of gurgling streams. On the Camino de Santiago, nature needs do nothing more than be to inspire. Centuries old pathways stretch over hills and through such fields. Thunder rumbles in the distance, and the smell of far-off…

Puente la Reina – 21-22/100 Camino Photos

Puente la Reina. The queen’s bridge, in English. A photogenic spot, this little town between Pamplona and Estella, is popular with pilgrims and tourists alike. Beautiful sights like these all along the Camino de Santiago lift your thoughts toward things eternal. I could only stay a few moments here because…

Highlights from the 2015 Nat Geo Traveler Photo Contest

Xina Marie Uhl:Wow, I can’t imagine ever taking a good enough photo to win something like this, but I sure enjoy looking at the ones that do! Originally posted on TwistedSifter: The 27th annual National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest kicked off April 7 and the contest is accepting entries until…

 
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