Saturday, February 17, 2018

The Schiermonnikoog Slideshow - part five of five

The last two weeks of January I went on vacation to the island of Schiermonnikoog. The island was very wet from rain both during my stay and during many months before. But I still found plenty of opportunity to go out and about and sometimes it was actually sunny too. All the wetness gave its own beauty, which I found fasscinating. 

I did not bring my camera, but I did bring my smartphone, so many pictures were taken. This five part series is an impression of my stay. I will just let the pictures speak for themselves, but if you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask.

Hope you enjoy the tour!






















4 comments:

  1. Awe, I'm sad that we're at the end of the pictures. I honestly don't know what to say that I haven't said before ... one thing for sure, I so appreciate you posting the pics for those of us who haven't had the opportunity to travel overseas so that we can see all your pics of both the big and the small things. In this set of pics, I especially love the picture of the houses on both sides of the street. Thank you again so much for sharing these with us. (Hugs)

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    1. You're very welcome Debi and I'm glad you enjoy them so much.

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  2. Weer een prachtige reportage , één voor één mooie foto's , de rust die de foto's uitstralen is uitnodigend , ik wil direct beginnen tekenen in mijn schetsboek bij het zien van deze beelden. Heerlijk !

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    1. Voel je vrij om ze te gebruiken hoor, lijkt me leuk om te zien. :-)

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