Since I missed both of the last two challenge’s I toyed with the idea of trying to portray the immense challenges I am facing on monumental levels that have carried me virtually over the threshold and into the next dimension, something like the Martix. However, based on private information I would then make public, which would serve no purpose other than make it worse. I have decided to remember the delightful day Godfried and I spent at Van Zanvoort ann Zee” by the Sea” It was a spectacular day! The wind was whipping, the temperature fluctuated wildly and the rain came in droves and them left us with a marvelous sunset. The world positioned itself outside a fabulous restaurant call De Haven directly on the Sea, which served what they call a ” High Wine ” > SURPISE! < Like a high Tea BUT there was no Tea but three selections of wine and the most FABULOUS CHEESE TRAY, served in a dimensional presentation all for 17.50 Euros each. We sat here mesmerized for 3 hours of bliss. To me this was a refuge without stress and with the man I love but cannot see at the moment. I hope you enjoy the photos as intended. I am taking a hiatus from WP to work out the fucked up aspects of my life. I shall return soon and hugs to you. YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE : )
I have to give the Restaurant a shout out because it was superb and the prices and presentation were unbelievable!!! ( not to mention the view)
As we watched the rapidly changing weather is was almost like theater ( but better)
Swept in and then out in less than an hour !
One of the things I liked the most about The Nederlands in general is the endearing and highly creative method in which to re-use bits and pieces of nature, white washed twigs and branches and sticks. SO EASY!! I saw this trend many places and I loved it and will do it here in the USA. ( maybe ) Marvelous !
After we were gastronomically and visually satiated, we wandered through the tiny empty and WONDERFUL town of waiting for the onset of the tourists , all in all a delightful day!!! It’s fun to pretend you have no problems on vacation!Crossing a Monumental Threshold. Since I missed both of the last two challenge’s I toyed with the idea of trying to portray the immense challenges I am facing on monumental levels that have carried me virtually over the threshold and into the next dimension, something like the Martix.
Thank you Stephen.. I needed it ! Some I have done and some I will do. Bravo.
Originally posted on Stephen Chapman:Esquire has released a list of the 83 Things Every Man Should Do Before He Dies. It’s worth a look, but not to follow. I don’t agree with all of them and don’t actually understand some (it is an American sliest after all), so I’ve amended them. This isn’t MY…
I was walking along the beautiful brick streets of Philadelphia last fall and came across a very busy village.
My dear Ailsa I have enough pink photos to post one a day for a month at least. Yes, I am that predictable. Working constantly and miss you all !
PERFECT TIMIMG , and then theres’s this„„„
My window one week ago before dawn!
We have not exactly had Spring arrive except bu date only yesterday so my presentation is to Winter waning!
The past is a ghost, the future a dream. All we ever have is now. –Bill Cosby
Ese your challenge came at a time when I need to look inside at what makes me authentic. The trifecta is in this photo. Outside, at sunset with a camera is where I am feeling the most inspiration ! Thanks!
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Temptation comes to a screeching halt when the price is noted. (Or how Las Vegas pays the electricity bill)
Since I have watched it every day for a week I thought I might as well
Reblog it! Such tremendous visual impact and talent from
Colin Delehanty and Sheldon Hill.
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