weekly photo challenge – pattern

This time I have collected all the patterns from one very special place.

A place full of patterns and in rich colors – is Dorsia Hotel and Restaurant in Gothenburg, Sweden. My girlfriend Paula took me there when I was up visiting my old home town in March and both I and my camera went mental.

So all the pattern comes from this lush and extravagance place and of course I have made a post about my hours of indulgence; lush afternoon coffee … “i taste in spirit” 

Welcome into one world full of colors and patterns.
Welcome to La Belle Epoque 
Welcome to Dorsia.

“Indulgence rare to pleasures lendeth zest”
Juvenal

Weekly Photo Challenge: Pattern

My music cloud here is Debussy’s “Suite bergamasque: III. Clair de Lune” played by London born classical pianist, James Rhodes, born in 1975. He are playing one of the best version I have heard, not a fan of Claude Debussy, but this I truly love and especially when James plays it.

James+Rhodes lastfm es

James photo provided by and thanks to: lastfm.es

66 thoughts on “weekly photo challenge – pattern

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    • Yes, it truly is .. I hope you have time to click on my post link and … there will be even more beauty for ears and eyes. A place that just wrap you up .. in lushness.
      I’m not a big fan of Debussy – but “Claire de Lune” is so beautiful.

    • Yes, it’s a must – you just have .. next time I will enjoy a meal there.
      Please click on the link to my post .. and get some more beauty.

    • Marina, yes … they have been so bold when they put them all together – fantastically lush in colors, details and pattern. Suitable to this challenge. Thank you for your support.

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  4. Wow those are bright colors! Pretty nice. Hey Viveka I nominated you for a Versatile Blogger Award (just wanted to let you know).

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    • Thank you, Rosemarie …. click on the link to my post about the place and you get even more beauty .. for ears and eyes. I wish you a great weekend.

    • Thank you so much …. I hope you take time and visit my post about the place too. I think to live with all those colors and patterns will be difficult for a longer period. A dity weekend – perfect.

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    • It’s a very wired place … really and I couldn’t live with all that color and pattern on a daily basic, but I love to drown in it once in a while.
      Thanks for your kind support.

    • We don’t have to love everything that we like too look at. *smile – sorry, for the late replay – you had ended up in my spam. My regards to your mum. *smile

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    • Debussy – was the La Belle Epoque #1 composer … so I thought this beautiful piece would go well .. with color, pattern and lushness.
      Thanks for your gentle thoughts and support.

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