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September 2019



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Catching up continued


Lots of delicious things on pretty plates, like the bowls handmade from my favourite potter... and also thinking around the corner for an ESL: in German,  plate also means "Tafel", which in turn can be a set table like this we had for my birthday breakfast last year.


Thinking around the corner again: we saw this private "yacht" during one of our stays on a small Danish Island. We both love ships and harbours and are going ship watching whenever possible, but this has been one of the most exotic sightings dure to its hometown, Nuuk / Godthåb. As most of my "harbour experience" happens around the Baltic sea, this was really special.


Staying with the birthday subject, my birthday bouquet this year. I got a set of near lenses which I tried immediately with them, and am really satisfied with the result.


I love spiderwebs (and don't mind spiders ;o) ), and try forever to take pics of them. It amazes me that they create such delicate marvels anew each time something destroys them, like here - the stone chain they're attached to moves in the wind, and the webs at this place never keep longer than a day.


The outside wall of a reconstructed iron age building in the open air iron age area Ullandshaug in Stavanger, Norway.


Nice pictures. All of them, but I really like the spiders' webs. And the textures in the wall.
Such lovely photos. And wow, that bowl of tomatoes... I would dive into that and not come out until I'd devoured every last one!
:D Same here - when it's summer and home-grown tomatoes with real taste are on offer. I only bought them for this occasion since my parents were making a purging diet and only allowed certain fruits, veggies and oils; but you don't get any with any decent taste over the winter and spring.
Nothing compares with in-season fruits and veggies. :) I'm glad these days that some things travel well--I can get really good fresh blueberries year round, and with hydroponics, tomatoes in the winter aren't *too* bad, though they're still not like the ones grown outdoors in the dirt and sunshine of summer.
Oooh, I'm sure you're having a wonderful time with your new 'near' lenses!
I hope I will (I still haven't managed to find leisure for trying them out), thank you!
Oh those are all wonderful - I am really enjoying your catch up so much!

I think the spider web might be my favourite... or the wall.
Thank you! And I fell behind again.... *sigh*