Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Alphabe Thursday

For Alphabe Thursday hosted by Mrs Jenny Matlock we needed to choose words beginning with the O. So here we go.
We start with our national colour,
O is for Orange, and the colour of these beautiful tulips
O is for Onwards, the way these little lambs go with their momma
O is for Old. That is this house, very old.
O is for Odd, this odd couple.
O is for Object, this goat standing there.
O is for One little goat
O is for Opera
O is for Open space
O is for an Other Opera
O is for One lamb Only
O is for Oldtimer rented for a special Occasion.

 
Have a good week
Riet
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28 comments:

sissie said...

Hi Riet,
I love your blog today. The photos and the "O's" are poetic.

hugs
Sissie

Kom Achterom said...

HA Riet
Wat een heerlijke nederlandse collage prachtig ook je molens op de heater.
Ik wens je een hele fijne week en natuurlijk een fijne
koninginnebrocantedag
Yolanda

Oma Nijn's Country Huis said...

wat een heerlijke auto,is hij van jullie,je collage is mooi,en je molen foto ook,is dat de kinderdijk.

groetjes en een fijne koninginnedag hooren maak maar veel foto's.
groejes greet

~Cheryl said...

What a fun post! I enjoyed every bit! Have a happy day!

Fluitenkruid said...

Hoi Riet, een hele fijne dag wens ik je. Ga je morgen nog wat leuks doen? groetjes Jannet

GardenofDaisies said...

Fantastic O's! My parents listened to Opera all the time and they said that by age 2 I would sing along with the entire record and not miss a note. No, my voice is not all that great or anything, but It is still fun to try to do. My husband on the other hand, can really sing well.

Jo said...

wonderful photo collage as usual! I do enjoy visiting your blog!

P-TER said...

Ooooooooooooooooooooooo
Dit heb je knap in elkaar gestoken!
Gr.
P-TER

JDaniel4's Mom said...

What an outstanding collage!

My name is PJ. said...

My favorite shot is the one of the orange parrot tulips! Glorious!

Viki said...

I love the odd couple, so cute. That old car looks like it would have been so neat to drive in. Great photos as usual.

June said...

I love all the O's showing up in your life today Riet. And I see some of my favorite little creatures in this mosaic and it made me smile.
hugs

Maggie B said...

Great O mosaic, the tulips are oustanding!
~Maggie~

laterg8r said...

i adore the orange flowers :D

Red Couch Recipes said...

I loved your beautiful photograph mosaic of "O" words. Joni

Christy said...

I saw Aida in Chicago a long time ago, I loved it! Another Outstanding pictoral post!

Jenny said...

Oh Riet!

What an outstanding and lovely "O" mosaic.

All your photos are lovely!

I always enjoy my stop here on my little journey through Alphabe-Thursday!

A+

Tina said...

What lovely photos, Riet! I love the tulips and the houses the best. I am now following you, I don't want to miss any more of your gorgeous work.

Jackie said...

Thanks ! drop by my blog sometime

mrs. c said...

I love that car, I would feel so glamorous if I could ride in it....I would need a long scarf that flows as I go down the street!

JcVeggie said...

I'm with Mrs.C! Let's go for a girls weekend in the California hills in that awesome car...I'll bring my scarf too. You have some fabulous O words and photos!

Terra said...

Right now I am kind of wishing I had a lamb. I love that one!

jen said...

So happy I found your blog. It brought back memories of raising sheep as a girl. Thanks for your pictures. And hello to the Netherlands!

easternsparkle said...

So many Os - lovely photographs!

Pondside said...

Once again, I enjoyed your photos. The tulips reminded me that I need a little orange in my spring garden -next fall, will I remember this?

Steph said...

Great O words and images. I especially love the lambs and goat, and the Oldtimer is so cool!

Your blog header image is truly lovely too.

Thanks for sharing your photos.

Betty (picture circa 1951) said...

I always enjoy your photo mosaics. Beautiful photos and very creative with the O worlds.

Melinda Cornish said...

the tulips are the prettiest orange....come visit my o post too!