Monday, June 23, 2014


Our World Tuesday with this big mural in Dortmund, Immermannstraße. For more information see yesterdays post.

Sunday, June 22, 2014

Monday Mural as part of a neighbourhood culture project

nobody wants to build a wall

Participating in Monday Murals with this murals in Dortmund Nordstadt, Immermannstraße. This mural is part of a project from Planerladen, "Bilderflut" translated as picture flood. This murals are like a oversized encyclopedia. Planerladen has finished 30 murals covering the complete houses. More infos in German here.

Every day I see this on my way to work. But usually I pass by in the tram. This time I went out and took some pictures.

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Signs and reflections

Name from a café and restaurant in Nürnberg / Nuremberg, Germany, "Zeitlos" is German for timeless, so no clock-hands here
I'm participating in Signs, Signs and in Weekend Reflections

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Some shades of water

Water from around the world. Just a few shades of water from some lakes, the Amazon River, the Indus River, a local canal and the Atlantic Ocean.

I love water in every color, all the water in this world!

I like to travel on and with the water in a sailboat or a canoe, a logboat or with a bigger ship. It's fantastic to walk in or at the water, swim, drink, wash, splash ...

ABC Wednesdays letter this week is W - for Water.

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Violent storm

Our house behind the fallen tree
A violent storm hit parts of Germany yesterday night and it hit the tall spruce from neighbors garden. Luckily nobody was hurt. But our roof is damaged and we got rain in the house. All craftsman are busy, because there is a lot of damage around here. The tree is still lying on the roof.

Participating in ABC Wednesday – V is for violent storm

Monday, June 9, 2014

Strawberry picking

Children and parents field, full of strawberries, we ate a lot while we picked

Oh so yummy!

I love strawberries, my favorite fruit
Have you ever picked your own fruit? Cheap, fresh and you know where they grow. A lot of fun for kids too. we have some redcurrant and apples in the garden, but no strawberries.
Our World Tuesday

Sunday, June 8, 2014