I must admit that I don’t really understand this week’s topic. Sorry, Amy!!!!
Google wasn’t to much help neither … so I have to use my “common sense”! So I have chosen my images from that there are different layers in the image.
I really had to put my thinking cap on here – I hope I haven’t got the cap backward….. with my thinking and sense.
“All things that have form eventually decay.”
The old town of Tbilisi ( the city where I found one of my greatest adventures – a city with a massive heart), so beautiful in its decay – December 2018
“Flowers heal me. Tulips make me happy.”
The Karlskirche in Vienna. I was given advice about 40 years ago that try to avoid to take an image of buildings just straight on … to try to get something in the foreground. The red tulips were there for Oscar and me – April 2018
“Sometimes All You Need Is A Mojito”
A grey, but still warm day at Grand Hotel’s beach bar in Sopot, Poland .. the last day of service for the season. The Mojito never taste better – September 2018
“My only regret in life is that I did not drink more wine.”
The image is taken through the terrace entrance door at the beautiful vineyard, Quinto Do Bomfim, Pinhão (Portugal) – the background is a part of the vineyard on the other side of River Douro – September 2019
“Bridges are happy, because they do not judge
those who come to them.”
Mehmet Murat ildan
The famous Father Bernatek’s Bridge in Kraków – December 2017
“Gardens are not made by sitting in the shade.”
I visited the breathtakingly beautiful Jardin Majorelle twice during my visit Marrakech – such a sanctuary in one of the maddest and most magical cities I ever visit – December 2016
As the cloud for this gallery have I chosen “Songs from a Secret Garden” … composed by “Secret Garden”, an Irish-Norwegian band specialized in new instrumental music, led by the duo consisting of Irish violinist and singer Fionnuala Sherry and Norwegian composer, arranger and pianist Rolf Løvland – also the composers behind the world hit “You Raise Me Up”. Fionnula and Rolf are such talent musicians – today’s classical composers.