Thursday, 26 November 2009

Weekend Reflections Windmill in Kinderdijk

 
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This is the visitors'mill.
read more here.


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34 comments:

Miss_Yves said...

Une belle image typique de votre pays!

The Weaver of Grass said...

What a lovely serene scene, reader wil. Also I love your new header although I did love that little dog - is he your dog?

Anya said...

Ja onze mooie molens
kun je op een hand tellen ;)
Prachtige reflectie.
Leuke sinterklaas versiering op uw blog :-)

jeannette stgermain said...

The windmill looks so peaceful.
And I love your new header!!!

Kay said...

We were there when we took a bike tour of the Netherlands. It was pretty frightening for me to ride a bike on the roads in some of the busier places but seeing those windmills as well as Keukenhof was such a thrill. I loved it. Thanks you for bringing back that lovely memory.

Pacey said...

Leuke windmill foto! Zo'n interesant. Prettige dag Wil.

SandyCarlson said...

That is wonderful. So peaceful.

God bless.

Cloudia said...

magical!



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Hobo ........ ........ ........ said...

Field/Windmill/reservoir
- The peaceful location.
Thanks for sharing.

Elisabeth said...

Wonderful windmill, so very Dutch. My mother might cry if she saw it. It's exactly the memory I have of Holland through her eyes.

Etje said...

Prachtige molen is het en met de weerspiegeling in het water is de foto gewoon schitterend

Grace and Bradley said...

What a beautiful and perfect reflection.

Smart Mouth Broad said...

What a lovely photograph. Thanks for the link. I enjoyed reading about Kinderdijk.

Ann said...

wonderful reflection of the windmill.

This Sunday, we will have the biggest santa's parade.

Cezar and Léia said...

This is an enchanting picture!
Windmill is a lovely subject to pictures and it's perfect here, with beautiful reflections!
Have a great weekend!
hugs
Léia

Arkansas Patti said...

Wonderful reflection Wil.
Your link was informative. I guess windmills were the first "green" power source. I did a bit more research and was surprised to learn all the uses of the Dutch windmills. Perhaps we need to go back more in order to move forward today as we search for "green." We are using them here for electricity generation but they do not have the charm of the Dutch windmills.

awarewriter said...

Excellent, classic photo.

Riet said...

Mooie foto van de bezoekersmolen. Geweldige reflectie ook

Anya said...

Och ik ben al hier geweest
ik was t rijtje bij reflections aan het afwerken hihi....
Ik doe ook mee dit weekend :-)
Fijn weekend
(@^.^@)

mbkatc230 said...

This is such a beautiful scene, and the reflections are wonderful. Kathy

Bill ~ {The Old Fart} said...

Wonderful capture, so peaceful.

Woody said...

The windmill is exquisite!

Patty said...

Thank you for the Thanksgiving day wishes. Love your new photo at the header. Have a wonderful week-end. Don't over work the ex-son-in-law. LOL

Thérèse said...

I was lucky to see these windmills and it was so windy that day!
Thanks you for showing one of them.

Thérèse said...

How come did I miss the "cows" last weekdend? :-)

Stine in Ontario said...

Windmills make such charming reflections!

VioletSky said...

Very nice photo. Brings back memories of my visit to Kinderdijk, so long ago...

Marja said...

Ah nice windmill a symbol for Holland and the sinterklaas header is great. Only a few days to go for you over there

Lily Hydrangea said...

this is a great reflection shot. I love your Christmas banner too!

Etje said...

Wenste dat ik je een droog weekend kon wensen maar dat zal wel ijdele hoop zijn

Quasi Serendipita said...

Lovely crisp reflection (and I love windmills!)

Crafty Green Poet said...

I love old fashioned windmills like this one, lovely photo

Chef Kar said...

I was happy just gazing at the windmill, something I don't see too often ~ but the reflection makes it that much more interesting.

~Kar

My first effort: Weekend Reflection ~ Mussolini's Rome

Etje said...

We staan weer aan het begin van een nieuwe week en hopelijk een die wat droger zal zijn dan de vorige