Sunday, September 9, 2012

Monday.


On the last day of our cruise a few weeks ago we were in Dover, England. I made a few photo’s in this old English city.
What could be more English than the doubledecker bus, not red but blue this time, and what about the “fish and chips”shop and   I love that  street with the blue doors .

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I am linking this post to Blue Monday : http://smilingsally.blogspot.nl/

21 comments:

Cloudy said...

Wind trägt unsere Gedanken fort, in Wolken gehüllt umrunden sie die Welt...

Lieben Gruß und Carpe Diem
CL

Dorothy said...

That's lots of windows and blue! I would not want to ride on a double-decker bus though! It looks top heavy and easy to turn over!! I hope you have a great new week!

Down by the sea said...

I liked your images of Dover. I haven't seen a double decker bus that colour either!
Sarah x

Jenny Short said...

Great blues. I love the bus! xo Jenny

Elna said...

Lovely pictures and I never been there so I enjoy them.

Hugs

"Création" said...

Hahaha lieverd, in één klik
naar jou blog sta ik meteen
middenin Dover. Prachtige
foto's en zo mooi van
kleur vind ik...

Geniet van een fijne week,

Liefs,Josephine

Home and Lifestyle said...

Echte Engelse plaatjes, wij hebben weinig van Dover gezien omdat wij met de trein van Brussel naar Londen reisden en net bij Dover weer bovengronds kwamen!

Fijne week Riet! Lieve groet, Ingrid

sparrow said...

How lovely to "meet" you for the first time via Toby's blog. I have a cousin who lives in the NL, in Wassenaar, and I hope to visit her next year. I love the photo of the blue bus - I've never seen one before. Have a lovely week, Sparrow in NZ

Kristie Franklin said...

Great photos! I too, love the blue door and fish and chips sound good to me! :)

Ralph said...

This is a classic view of the UK an American might imagine (of course, the double decker bus is red in our minds too :). I suppose that the Brits would make the best fish and chips although I haven't yet been...

Sara said...

It all looks very British indeed! I love all the blue too.

toby said...

Oh, so many windows! The ones in those storefronts are lovely and classic - but I really love the blue doors!
Thanks for sharing them with us at WWDD!

Marjonel M said...

Prachtige blauwe post.

Groet, Marjonel

Andy said...

There's no shortage of blue in your photos. Well done.

Pie said...

Great pics! My blues are here and here.

Maggie said...

Great post for today's blog gatherings, Riet. You made me feel quite nostalgic, I haven't had fish & chips in a long time!

biebkriebels said...

Een blauwe dubbeldekker heb ik nog nooit gezien, grappig.

SmilingSally said...

Ooo, I loved seeing your blues.Thanks for sharing.


Happy Blue Monday, Riet.

Nellies said...

Very English, Riet :-). Leuk hoor. Vooral ook omdat die dubbeldekker nou eens niet in het rood is. Deze kleur blauw is erg mooi!

NatureFootstep said...

nice shots. :)

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

So fun. We loved the double-decker buses! I am smiling at the "Castle Take Away"...of course I know what it means, but I have a different picture in mind.