Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Alphabe Thursday.

 

For ms Matlocks class we need to study the letter W this week. I chose the Words, Windows, Walls and Water.

The photo’s of the windows are all made in England, the ones of the water are made in Spain.

 

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Notice the left bottom photo , there are just windows  and walls left of this very old mansion.

 

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For more alphabe letters go here: http://jennymatlock.blogspot.com/

See you next week.

34 comments:

Home and Lifestyle said...

Jij moet wel een hele verzameling foto's hebben, want voor elke letter van het alfabet zet jij probleemloos een collage in elkaar!

Mooi hoor!

Lieve groetjes, Ingrid

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Wonderful W words , Riet! I always admire prety windows and doors on buildings.

Leckeres für Mensch und Katze - Goodies for a pleasant life said...

Wonderful pics :)

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

love it! very cool pics...

Jo said...

Lovely..such beauty by land or sea.
~JO

Lola said...

Superb pics!

Happy A-Thursday!

XOXO Lola:)

Lola said...

PS Me again!

Love your blog too!

Barbara F. said...

Beautiful photos, good W choices. xo,

taylorsoutback said...

Ever since my trip to Italy, the fascination with windows and doors has grown...your photos are wonderful! I dream of a visit to England someday.

Pondside said...

I have a thing for windows. When we lived near South Limburg I loved to look at the windows of the houses - all so beautifully curtained and decorated with plants and pottery.

JDaniel4's Mom said...

The windows are lovely! What a great way to celebrate W!

Teresa said...

Beautiful pictures! I love the words you have chosen.

jeanne said...

Hello Riet, I see you must be home from your trip to Italy. Your photos of the water are lovely and England's doors and windows are always so charming. Including the cottages and gardens.

xo Jeanne

Karen S. said...

Even with just windows and walls it is by far the most stunning of all the photos here! Thanks!

Jann Olson said...

Hi Riet,
Love your pics! I have an old window fettish. Love, love, love them! Doors run a close second.

Fluitenkruid said...

Wat is het daar nog heerlijk blauw Riet. Ben je nog aan het zwemmen?

Stacia said...

Wow! I want to look out those windows and relax on that beach ... When do I leave? =>

Rebecca said...

Nothing bests an English window! Love them.

PⒿ @ $ € € ₦$ ₣®0₥... said...

You take the prettiest photos, Riet! These each made me say, "ahhhhhh!"

Gattina said...

I immediatly thought it looks like England, and indeed I was right ! Lovely pictures !

Anita said...

Een prachtige foto collage !!!!!
Lekker GENIETEN hoor :-)
Lieve groetjes, Anita

EG Wow said...

The mansion with only windows and walls is strangely beautiful - in a haunting way.

Cindy said...

Oh, so lovely! I love the sea and I love anything about England! The windows are so pretty! Our world is so beautiful, isn't it? Your photos capture it well.
Cindy

Al said...

Two very different types of beauty, both of which are very different from anything where I live. Great shots!

ladyfi said...

These pictures look like they were taken in England! Lovely thatched cottage! Wonderful shots.

greet's foto's said...

de bovenste foto,is mijn lievelings foto,die cottage's en kastelen ,geweldig
maar het water is ook mooi hoor

groetjes greet

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

Water Weather Wereld Wonderen.
Mooie foto's om het weekend mee in te luiden.
Een heel fijn weekend, Riet.
Liefs xxx

Morning said...

love those windows.
the sea view is amazing.

Judie said...

Riet, your collages are lovely! I especially like the water one.

H said...

Your window shots are great but, given the choice, I think I'd go sit in the water!!

Richard Cottrell said...

Beautiful. Richard from My Old Historic House.

CailinMarie said...

I would never have guessed the buildings were English! They are lovely.

Jenny said...

Such a wonderful and lovely post!

I am always enchanted by windows! Your pictures are breathtaking!

Thanks for sharing them.

A+

myorii said...

I just love your choices of photos for windows and walls made in England! I just love English architecture because it's so unique and beautiful :)