Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Alphabe Thursday.

 

This Week we study the letter W for Ms Matlocks class. Several Words came to mind and I found some photo’s to go With them.

Last year We Went for a Walk in this park that is full of Willows. It is situated at a river. There was no Wind that day so no Waves on the Water.

With thanks to the WWW we have friends all over the World and isn’t that Wonderful.

 

 

2-Carnisse Grienden 068

 

 

1-Carnisse Grienden 026

 

 

3-Carnisse Grienden 062

 

 

4-Carnisse Grienden 085

 

 

5-23-10-2009, Carnisse Grienden1

 

 

For more Alphabe photo’s go here : http://jennymatlock.blogspot.nl/

Thank you Jenny for making this happen every week.

26 comments:

afanja said...

Mooie sfeervolle foto's van het rivierenlandschap, Riet, en je hebt er een mooie creatieve tekst bij weten te creëren.

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

The Willows are lovely!

Esther Joy said...

Love your photos, and all your W's!

EG CameraGirl said...

I have a new-found love for willows (because so many birds love them) so this is a delightful post for me.

Icy BC said...

Beautiful photos, and lovely view!

Renae said...

OOOOhh, I love the path, the second one from the top or the top left square. That is really good!!!!!!

"Création" said...

Wat een prachtige bijdrage van
de letter W lieverd, en wat een fantastische natuur omgeving, wauwwww.

Veel liefs,
Josephine

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Great post for'W' ~ love willow trees and grand photography ~ (A Creative Harbor) ^_^

Sandy said...

Such beautiful photos and great use
of the letter W....
Nice post
Sandy

Pamela Gordon said...

Beautiful. I love that row of willows along the path.

Ames said...

Looks cold there. Do the Willows weep like the ones we have here?~Ames

Naperville Now said...

Lovely, Riet -- I feel like I'm walking there myself.
Sue

Lynne said...

Well done . . . Beautiful photos!

Cloudy said...

Kind regards and a day full of sunshine...

Cloudy

Mo said...

I think the images work really well in the grid at the bottom.

Christine said...

Oei, wat een prachtige foto's laat je weer zien Rietje.
Een beetje koud krijg ik het wel als ik erna kijk, maar zo schoon gevangen door jou camera.
Knuffels Chrissie

Juliëtte said...

Wat een mooie plaatjes!!!
Die oude wilgen vind ik ook zo mooi!
Wat laar je ons weer genieten!

Veel liefs, Juliëtte

biebkriebels said...

Mooie natuurfoto's, wat je al niet met een letter W kan doen!

Riet said...

Wat een prachtige foto,s zijn dit weer Riet.


Liefs Riet.

Down by the sea said...

The avenue of willows is so lovelyand a wonderful walk.
Sarah x

Renae said...

How did I miss knowing you live in Holland. My sister lived there for 4 months back in the 80's. I think you are following her, too. (Mary at merrydotdandy)? Thanks for sharing that. I never know where my questions will lead me, but I do know I learn so much when I end my posts with questions. Have a nice evening.

Judie said...

What a beautiful willow-lined lane to wander down, Riet! Your photos, as always, are wonderful!

Sue said...

I'd love to walk down the lane between those gorgeous trees. Wonderful photos!

=)

Emille said...

I love willows - in my childhood I used so sit in them every day after school:) Thanks for the memory!

Pondside said...

We once had a house with an enormous willow in the garden - how I loved it! The roots, however, played havoc with our pipes. I think a willow would be beautiful beside one of our ponds.

Jenny said...

Willows are wonderful.

I think every child should have a chance to play and dream beneath one.

A mandatory childhood thing.

Thanks for the smile.

A+