For Debbie and Six Word Saturday
Tina’s challenge this week is a wet one. See her fantastic bear shots at Travels and Trifles! My first thought for All Wet, was of Galapagos and its many water living animals. So, two of them are playing in the opener. These are some of my favorite ”wets” – all from the archives. A wet […]Read Post ›
I’m really quite simple. I plant flowers and watch them grow… I stay at home and watch the river flow. – George Harrison This is what we must do today – this is not the time for travel. So, from the archives – images from Iceland, New Zealand, Sweden, Scotland, Norway and Georgia. May the […]Read Post ›
For Frank this week – Coast. In the header – Spain, north west coast.
Amanda ask us for a portrait of Blue. Blue is not my favorite colour to wear, but in Nature it is Green and Blue for me. And the image had to come from Iceland this summer. The ‘Friendly Friday Photo Challenge’ is launched every second Friday here at: Something to Ponder About, and every […]Read Post ›
Vatasafn, Stykkishólmur, Snaefellsnes peninsula. This Library of Water, by Roni Horn, opened in 2007 – a constellation of 24 glass columns containing water from some of the major glaciers around Iceland. In fact, the first attempts to methodically record meteorological conditions in Iceland started exactly here in the mid – 19th century. The glass columns […]Read Post ›
Lava, volcanic activity, water and horses. Four words that to me describe Iceland best. In colours, this means a country of mainly black, blue and green. Let’s take a look at some of my favorite waters. Hopefully they will give you a sense of the significant shades of this island – seen through My eyes. […]Read Post ›
The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever. – Jacques Yves Cousteau, Oceanographer Amy shows some amazing seascapes from her cruisings, and challenges us to post our own memorable moments from seascapes and lakeshores. My images are from my Icelandic journey this July. First I would like […]Read Post ›