Friday, June 11, 2010

first impressions



A few bits from the Netherlands ~ day 2 in Loenen, along the River Vecht. There are over 1000 images in my camera, and even more in my head. I think I need to sleep on it all for a couple days, so words to follow next week.

In the mean time ~ have a wonderful weekend!

11 comments:

BWS said...

Welcome home. We need you on this side of the Atlantic. We missed you.

smilla4blogs said...

We certainly did...and we will forgive your jet lag, but these images are a tease!

pve design said...

I knew that had to be from the Netherlands! 1,ooo wishes to you for rest and recharging of your batteries. Travel can be as intoxicating and just as tiring when we come home, back to reality.
pve

The Down East Dilettante said...

Oh, The perfection of that doorway and facade! The Dilettante is having an architecture attack...although the canal view is lovely too. Looking forward to the other 998 pics....

kate said...

what great photos cant wait to see more
kate

home before dark said...

998 pics on the wall. 998 pic...look forward to drinking in the views. Welcome home.

Emile de Bruijn said...

I heard that you met my colleague Rupert Goulding, who was on the same tour/course - lucky both of you! Likewise looking forward to your reports.

ArchitectDesign™ said...

I'm back from my little trip and you're back from your BIG trip! I can't wait to see (and hopefully hear!) all about it. I actually filled one SD card and had to buy another LOL.

glp said...

Welcome home! I'm looking forward to vicarious travel through your photographs!

Janet said...

Thank you all! I am slowly working on getting more images up, but jet lag and a chest cold are slowing me down...

Emile ~ Yes! It was wonderful to hear of you through Rupert (our Golden Lion).

AD ~ Can't wait to hear about YOUR trip! I too ran out of room on my card...and spend one desperate bus ride trying to delete out the duds before hitting our next desitination!!!

Emile de Bruijn said...

Yes Rupert is a bit like a golden lion isn't he? He reminds me of an Elizabethan courtier, curls and little beard and all, just lacking the doublet and hose and love poem - how he would blush if he read this, serious scholar that he is :)