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woensdag 2 september 2015

Corner View "celebration"

In Celebration of This Day...
SHAKESPEARE

Happy Corner View again with the birthday of our host!
Fransesca! Happy birthday to you and I wish you a 
year filled with lovely post of your daily life!
Everyday I try to celebrate life, this next quote oes well with it:

When life is sweet, say thank you and celebrate.
And when life is bitter, say thank you and grow.
~Shauna Niequist~


More celebration in this world:
Please go to Fransescashe is hosting:
Corner View is a weekly gathering - each Wednesday -
created by Jane of Spain Daily, where bloggers from
all corners of the world share their view on a pre-arranged theme.


woensdag 22 juli 2015

Corner View "overgrown'



In the Netherlands there is a "green man" ;Bob; and with 
overgrown natural material's he builds houses!
The website is in Dutch...sorry...but to get an idea:
Kind of amazing what you can do with trees,
earth, plants, it is kind of overgrown, but with a little help!
Photo above is an idea for a natural house, kind
of Hobbit house! Looks very warm and cozy to me.
The photo in the middle is the house
were Bob lives in with his family.
The last one is a project of Bob.
And here more photo's: klik

More overgrown in this world:
Please go to Fransescashe is hosting:
Corner View is a weekly gathering - each Wednesday -
created by Jane of Spain Daily, where bloggers from
all corners of the world share their view on a pre-arranged theme.

Our theme next week is "twilight", and comes from Kelleyn

woensdag 8 juli 2015

Corner View - Routine -

Of course it's easy to be in a routine and do things 
without thinking....but I prefer to be a bit different!
I love to look around while doing daily routine things.
The things can be cycling to my work, walking around
in the same forrest but seeing new things every time!
This time, I was at a farmhouse, the farmer called me.
He showed me those young barn swallows!!
I'm happy!

Symbole of the swallow:
For sailors, swallow tattoos have specific meanings. Typically, a sailor who has traveled for more than 5,000 nautical miles will get a swallow tattoo to demonstrate that he is well-experienced. Swallow tattoos are also considered lucky for seafarers, as they believe that if they drown, the swallow will carry their soul away safely. The birds were also associated with working-class pride in England, and many fighters tattooed swallows on their knuckles or fists to symbolize their strength and swiftness.
In ancient Greece, the swallow was associated with Aphrodite, the goddess of Love, and was believed to bring good luck and happiness. The ancient Romans believed that the swallow was a totem bird for mothers in sorrow, and that it embodied the souls of children who had been lost in childbirth. Modern Christians see the swallow as a symbol of sacrifice and rebirth,
as well as a symbol for new beginnings.
No matter what cultural belief you choose, swallows are seen as a symbol of hope. The birds are protected in many cultures, and are rarely hunted or harmed.
More routine in this world:
Please go to Fransescashe is hosting:
Corner View is a weekly gathering - each Wednesday -
created by Jane of Spain Daily, where bloggers from
all corners of the world share their view on a pre-arranged theme.

Our theme next week is "morning light", and comes from Kelleyn.

dinsdag 30 juni 2015

Corner View "path"

I don't lead, nor follow. I make my own path. 
To be honest, that isn't always an easy way to go...
and at the same time I discover nice places,
people, beautiful nature, very high mountains,
steep scary ravines, thorny bushes, thick walls,
narrow bridges, but also a love! 

More path in this world:
Please go to Fransescashe is hosting:


Corner View is a weekly gathering - each Wednesday -

created by Jane of Spain Daily, where bloggers from
all corners of the world share their view on a pre-arranged theme.

Our theme next week is "routine", and comes from Mezza.

woensdag 24 juni 2015

Corner View "monochrome"


This photo was for a project of Humanitas. 
~Humanitas is one of the main social services and community building organisations of the Netherlands. Humanitas is a nonprofit association which aims to support people who, for a range of different reasons, temporarily can not manage on their own.~ At Humanitas I work as a volenteer for "praten over verlies"
~About loss and grief. Sometimes it can be hard to get over the death of a beloved one. Or maybe you think that the people around you don't want to talk about your loss so often as you do.
On pratenoververlies.nl you can talk for free and anonymously in a chat with a trained volunteer.~
If you google huib2015, you will find some more pictures.
This photo I took, the subject was talking with people
who has loved a beloved one, but how can you express
a feeling with a picture? This was a stairway.
For me it express - loneliness - people can be 
very lonely after they have loss some one.....

More monochrome in this world:
Please go to Fransescashe is hosting:
Corner View is a weekly gathering - each Wednesday -
created by Jane of Spain Daily, where bloggers from
all corners of the world share their view on a pre-arranged theme.


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