Saturday, 19 February 2011

Weekend Reflections, Netherlands

 
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Three weeks ago my friend and I were taking a walk in an area that had been flooded by the river not long ago, which is natural for this region. There were still some pools left. And they were frozen over. The reflections in the frozen water I showed last week!Here's another icy reflection. We had to go down these stairs and try to find a dry piece of land. The way was very slippery and big chunks of mud stuck on our shoes, but the weather was great on this first day of February 2011.

Weekend Reflections was started on 27 September 2009, by James. You can join this meme at some time during the weekend. Just post your photo and go to James to tell him that you are on, or click on the logo in the sidebar.This meme is created for any type of reflection.

11 comments:

Dina said...

Treacherous going, but pretty.

ladyfi said...

It looks muddy but warm-ish!

Kay said...

This is a great idea for a reflection. I hope it starts warming up for you.

Pat Tillett said...

Very nice and very cold!
Patrick Tillett, Extremely Overdue

Rosey said...

I must be strange but traipsing through mud sounds kind of fun.

Nice choice for reflection.

Arkansas Patti said...

Now that is going the extra mile for a great shot. Glad you made it safely.

George said...

Thanks for fighting the mud and slippery steps to get this neat picture of the icy reflections.

Janice Thomson said...

A delightful shot - and worth the effort :)

CountryDreaming said...

Nice sense of height here, looks like you could slide right down the stairs into the ice. A pretty winter composition.

Ann said...

I like your new header. Is that metal thing a new chimney? After the Christchurch earthquake, people are asked to demolish their unused chimneys.

Patty said...

You should have had on some, what we call overshoes, usually they are made from rubber and can be washed off quickly and the shoes in side of the boot stay nice and clean. Hope you've had a wonderful week end. Love the new photo in your heading.