Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Watery Wednesday

Today I am joining Watery Wednesday for the first time. These pictures today all show waterways I took in October in the city of Delft.

 
For more waterpictures go here.
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27 comments:

My Memories and Crystals said...

so nice..I love the way you capture. Thanks for sharing.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Hi Riet. You live in a place that is just made for Watery Wednesday don't you think? Glad to see your lovely pictures here.

Jackie said...

Lovely photographs. It makes me want to visit Holland again!! Jackie

Fluitenkruid said...

Mooi maar wat is het waterig koud vandaag, muts op!

luna miranda said...

wonderful photos! i love your collage. welcome to Watery Wednesday.

eileeninmd said...

Riet, you have a wonderful first watery entry. I love the canals and your photos.

Tes said...

This is indeed a feast to the eye, Riet! I love every single scene. Beautiful!

Judith said...

rivers, lakes even puddles just add that something special to a place and you have captured it well.

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh Riet Sweetie...
This mosiac is absolutely breath taking. I love the rowers in the water. They look so cold but so focused and all.

I love seeing Holland, one mosiac at a time, piece by piece. I feel as tho I am on vacation every time I visit.

Country hugs sweeetie...Sherry

Linnea W said...

Beautiful. How nice to have canals running through the city. I was in Delft many years ago and was taken in by its charms. Welcome to WW...

Madelief said...

Hoi Riet,

Delft blijft een prachtige stad! Ik ben al een tijdje niet geweest, maar als ik de foto's zo zie krijg ik weer zin om te gaan!

Een gezellige avond!

Lieve groet, Madelief

Carletta said...

With all these beautiful waterways I hope you'll be joining Watery Wednesday often - your views are gorgeous and quaint!

Thanks for your visit. :)

Di said...

Riet, your collages are wonderful!

Sylvia K said...

Marvelous, beautiful collage, Riet! I do love those watery places! Enjoy and thanks for sharing the beauty!

Sylvia

Riet said...

Ohhh Lieve Riet,wat een schitterende foto,s weer zeg.
Wat is nederland toch mooi hé?
Als we het maar willen zien.

Liefs Riet.x

"Création" said...

Wat heb je weer een gezellig gekleurde header Riet, heerlijk langzaam aan weer richting de lente. Je Delft collage is ook weer mooi geworden, wat is het toch een prachtige stad hé.

Enne....zag je mijn ijspegels aan voor gordijntjes;~) hihi.

Lieve groet, Josephine

Bill said...

Hi Riet,
I'm sorry I haven't left a comment in a while, but I wanted you to know I still enjoy visiting and love savoring the beauty of the wonderful photographs you take of your charming world! I think the watery ones are my favorites!

Warm regards,
Bill

happilyretired said...

I enjoyed your watery mosaic ...your world... and the flowers in a previous post. It seems that I've fallen behind and am trying to catch up using my 'reader' today.
Hugs and blessings,

Stine in Ontario said...

Oh, I think I remember some of these from last October. Delft looks like such a pleasant city to visit.

sissie said...

Just beautiful Riet. I can't get over the waterways running right through the center of the streets.

June said...

Hi Riet,
Delft is such a gorgeous place. I have enjoyed seeing the photos of this beautiful place.
I love the picture that you have on your header. Is it nearby your place.
Hugs

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

The canals looks so peaceful Riet!

Rinkly Rimes said...

f the lovely pottery from Delft. Your photos are a happy reminder.

Hélène Glehen said...

Ah Riet, when I look at your Delft photos I am very nostalgic... I love so much your country and its beautiful houses, canals and architecture.
Must decide my husband to come again and re-visit my favorite spots

Tineke said...

Mooi Riet,

Delft is een prachtige stad om foto's te maken. Ik heb om het huis een ieniemienie slootje. Wij noemen het altijd onze slotgracht ;-)

Irene said...

So beautiful collage with the canals!
Reminds me of the time I spent with oma en opa in Amersfoort ...

shavuatov said...

I've never been to Delft - it looks really pretty!

rachel