I take a lot of photos from windows; from my own window at home or the views from hotel rooms.
For this week’s challenge I have an old photo, taken from the hotel I worked as an intern in Milan (back in 2008). I loved to see the mountains from the hotel, as this is a view I do not have at home in The Netherlands.
More Windows | The Daily Post
Last year in Norway I felt connected to the earth as we were climbing the rocks and fjord and enjoying very nice views like this, on our way to the top of Preikestolen.
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When I was walking through Naarden Vesting some time ago I found this small surprise on the wall of one of the houses, a Dutch poem called ‘this is what the wall is telling’.
I’m not a translator, but I tried to translate the poem into English for the non Dutch followers:
If this wall could tell what he heard and saw
but he says: look up and read this poem
for a moment forget who and where you are, just become
as light that you will lose your weight, float
through space and see what I see: there
there you are, somewhere in between the people
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Cold winter morning in Haarlem
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The Norwegian fjords are massive, but the scenery is very peaceful which is very relaxing. I really loved to enjoy the views this summer!
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‘tiny’ boat in the middle of the impressive fjords of Norway
More photos of this week’s photo challenge; tiny
I have been offline for a while, but the weekly photo challenge Edge was the perfect subject to upload some photos again!
A few weeks ago I was traveling in Norway for the first time and we could not skip the hike to Preikestolen, a steep cliff which rises 604 meters above the Lysefjorden. After a 2,5 hour hike we literally stood on the edge of this plateau to enjoy the breathtaking views.
Preikestolen seen from the side.
The breathtaking view from the edge.
Putting on a different face with a Venetian mask
More photos of this week’s photo challenge; face
In case you did not see what this is: cork leftovers from making corks for Port Wine bottles.
More photos of this week’s photo challenge; abstract