RIVERGIRL: books, blog and barges: Mostly about my writing, about life on a barge in Rotterdam, and other tales about other folks when the fancy takes me.
It looks like Gypsy's blog!
Dale, that's hilarious!xxAM
Good morning Val,ha, ha,what a lovely place to have a rest.LoveStefan
Thank god for modern technology...but Dale is right it looks like Gypsy's blog!
LOL Dale, Gypsy's blog in real life! The intriguing thing here is that the ice had by this time melted to such an extent it looked as if the chair was sitting on the water!AM, Stefan and String, we've had no snow here this year. It's been too cold, so all the white stuff in my other photos is just the result of accumulated frost - something we haven't seen since I've been living here. Despite the tides and moving currents then, the harbour was half frozen over and. I think it must have been fun to sit there, but by the time I saw it, it was already too late.It's raining now.
it is a great shot Val. the reflections 'n all.
Val,we've had, just like last winter, more snow than I remember since childhood. I love it. This is the winter children should have, although it's going to be a high of -18 C and that's not exactly conducive to making forts and snowmen.xxAM
Very cool!---Dan L.
Lol Dan, yes it was veeeery coool ;-)
i absolutely love, love, love this pic! it speaks volumes to melovecher
thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a comment, val. a picture is worth a thousand words, so being able to read isn't always necessary ;-)
it was our son lukas' 18th birthday. some guests were thoughtful enough to bring me gifts as they knew i would be (and had been 18 yrs ago) working hard to make it all happen :)
Hi Val!From my frozen mountains to your icy canals.xx
I wonder if the chair was placed there to admire the reflections? Or did a good soul place it there for whoever feels weary on his/her travels? A wonderful discovery :-)