Saturday, July 13, 2013

Sunday, Monday.


This is the third and last  post with photo’s of Volendam and Marken. Next week I hopefully will be able to show photo’s of London where I, on Monday ,will be  going for a couple of days with my two granddaughters, aged 14 and 15. They want to go shopping of course, LOL, and grandma want to go on a bustour and make photo’s. That is the plan.
But here still photo’s of Marken.
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Monday, laundry day.


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I am linking this post to :
Mosaic Monday : http://dearlittleredhouse.blogspot.nl/
I am afraid I can’t come visit you on Monday but will try when I am back.

35 comments:

Home and Lifestyle said...

Deze Hollandse plaatjes blijven mooi om naar te kijken Riet. En wat leuk dat je met je twee kleindochters naar Londen gaat, dat is toch wel heel erg gaaf...met oma op stap.

Bedankt voor je tips over Amerika, ik zal mijn dochters voorbereiden op de malls in Orlando zodat ze niet al hun geld in New York al hebben uitgegeven ;-). Wat ben je er al vaak geweest trouwens, dan moet het echt geweldig zijn.

Veel plezier in Londen!! Lieve groet, Ingrid

eileeninmd said...

Lovely images, Riet! The flower gardens look so pretty! Have a fun trip to London! Happy weekend to you!

afanja said...

Mooie kleurrijke plaatjes weer van Marken. Vooral de aan de lijn wapperende was vind ik mooi, dat zie je hier niet zoveel meer.
Veel plezier in Londen.

Reader Wil said...

Bedankt. Dit is Rotterdam V. Zij vaart niet meer maar ik zou best een cruise mee willen maken , maar dat zal niet gauw gebeuren. Ik moet ook naar mijn dochter in Australië.
Die reis is echter erg lang.
Prettig weekend Riet.
Wil

Sylvia K said...

Beautiful captures, Riet, as always! I love your blue, blue skies and the lovely flower gardens!! Hope you have a great trip to London!! Enjoy your weekend!!

LV said...

Absolutely gorgeous variety of shadow shots.

biebkriebels said...

Leuk uitje met je kleindochters, misschien wordt de koninklijke baby dan ook geboren.

Maggie said...

Beautiful photo's, Riet. I can see that you haven't lost your artist's touch whilst I've had a little break from blogging.
Have a wonderful time in London, I look forward to seeing those photo's.

Catherine said...

Lovely crisp clear shots

Sophie A. said...

Lovely shots, I like the reflections in the river, and the shadow caused by the bridge.

Madelief said...

Lieve Riet,

Ik moet er toch echt een keer naar toe! Het ziet er zo fotogeniek uit. Ik wns jou en je kleindochters heel veel plezier toe in Londen. De weersvoorspellingen zijn goed.

Geniet ervan!

Madelief x

Franse Lelie said...

We gaan binnenkort die kant op, zo schatting die huisjes. En wat leuk omzet je kleindochter naar londen te gaan, have fun!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Unique and lovely city -- the flowers are wonderful.

Have a great time on your "girls weekend" -- London is a great place to visit with your granddaughters!

Debra @ Homespun said...

Love the flowers along the quiet little stream and laundry day! :)

Mary Howell Cromer said...

Picture postcard beauty in every image Riet, just wonderful. Oh I just know how good those sun dried linens had to have smelled like, My momma loved hanging them out to dry~

A Garden of Threads said...

Have a wonderful trip!!!

Kara said...

pretty yellow flowers on the little stream

Lorrie said...

The village is so pretty with the steep roofed houses and green gardens. I love laundry hanging on a line - so homey. Hope your trip tomorrow is lots of fun.

Mama Zen said...

I love that Laundry Day shot!

Jim said...

So beautiful.

Lina Gustina said...

Wonderful series indeed.

http://www.1sthappyfamily.com/2013/07/blues-around-park.html

Pondside said...

The white trim against the grey of the boards on the house - the laundry flapping in the wind - blue sky and blue water.....a gorgeous mosaic!

Jeanne said...

Good morning Riet, We have been with our grands for a couple of weeks but I'm back. It rained the whole two weeks but we still found time to have some fun. I know you will love the time with your granddaughters. Have a wonderful time in London.

Your photos are beautiful and interesting. I especially like the one with the canal and the yellow flowers. I have missed visiting you.
Wishing you happy days.
Hugs, Jeanne

SmilingSally said...

The photo with the laundry drying outside takes me back. Mmm, that wonderful smell of sheets that have been dried outside!

Happy Blue Monday, Riet.

Thuis bij Tjits said...

Wat leuk dat je met je kleindochters op stap gaat, lekker van genieten!!

lieve groet, Tjits

Cafe au lait said...

Thanks for the tour. Marken looks like a dainty and quiet place. Hope you have a great time in London with your granddaughters.

I played too. Mine are here and here.

Huldra said...

What a beautiful place. Thank you for sharing :)

Poppy said...

Hi Riet,

It's all so absolutely breathtaking! LOVE the clothesline, so fresh and nostalgic and all the beautiful and bright flowers of the countryside!!

Poppy

Willy said...

Hej Riet, als ik nou jammer zeg, ga je dan nog door?;) Het zijn zulke prachtige foto's van fotogenieke plaatsjes. Fijne week, lieve groet

Noel Morata said...

I love the pastoral and water scenes, beautiful,

come and link this to our Travel Photo Monday carnival to!

Amy at Ms. Toody Goo Shoes said...

These photographs are lovely. I just found your blog via Mosaic Monday, and I subscribed immediately!

Lynne said...

Wonderful photos . . . Love the white laundry! Enjoy London with the teen granddaughters . . . you might be there in time for the birth . . .

ladyfi said...

The countryside is so lovely! And what a wonderful shot of the laundry.

edenhills said...

Beautiful! I just love the one with the water. I hope you're having a wonderful time in London.

Hannah said...

What a lovely countryside, it seems like scenes from several centuries ago. The river canal and bridge are so cute, I would like to stroll or boat there, and the houses are darling.