Posted in Outside in

Along water and reed

Now that we can no longer carefree roam whenever and wherever we want to due to the coronavirus, now that we work from home and keep our social distance when possible, I want to share photos that bring the outdoors inside. I will describe what made me take those pictures and the way they made me feel. They will be collected under the category OUTSIDE IN. Feel free to join in!

This photo was taken back in 2016, on a bright March day, just like today. The steel-blue water rippled peacefully under a clear blue sky and the farm was safely hidden among the trees, their branches already budding. See how the reed lazily waves in the spring breeze? Can you feel the sunlight on your cheeks? And what would it be like to dip your hand in the cold water…

Come, walk with me through this Dutch landscape.

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Figments outside in

Posted in Six Word Saturday

Stately tree reigns over dried heather

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The heather of the beautiful National Park De Hoge Veluwe in the Netherlands is very dry. And summer hasn’t even started yet! Where pink used to be the main color, the natural carpet is now a dull brown.

Posted as part of my Six Word Saturday musings; courtesy of Debbie at Travel with Intent. Will you join us there?

Posted in Six Word Saturday

Blossom stroll along pasture and waterfront

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A typical Dutch landscape. Want to come along? Have a happy weekend. x

Posted as part of my Six Word Saturday musings; courtesy of Debbie at Travel with Intent. Will you join us there? 

Posted in Silent Sunday

Lost Moors

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People want to measure:
moors in hectares,
canals in meters,
peat in blocks,
barges in convoys.

In separating rectilinear
we are masters:
strips, plots,
rivers, ditches.

And once in a while
nature helps us
and divides
the landscape.
Already winding.

— Geert de Kockere

 

(I translated the poem of the rusted art column below.)

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