Sunday, September 28, 2014

Weekend Reflections and Wednesday Wit and Wisdom #4 Challenge

Here's your challenge for Wednesday Wit and Wisdom #4 for October 1st.  Have you set out to prepare a dinner and have it go completely wrong?  Share a story and a recipe with us.  Check out the instructions for linking in on Wednesday here and join the fun on Wednesday.



This is easily one of the most beautiful pictures of reflections hubby has ever taken, so thought I would share it with you for Weekend Reflections.  We had this enlarged and have it hanging in our gallery hallway.  If you enlarge this, you can see the detail of this picture as well.  It was a rainy late afternoon in Copenhagen in 2010, and the colors are near perfect.  

Have a bright and sunny Monday!

Linda Kay

25 comments:

Mike said...

Awesome picture. I hope it blew up as good as it looks here.

orchid Miyako said...

Wow!!! BEAUTIFUL reflection in Copenhagen with colorful buildings and boats♡♡♡ I reminisce a couple of trip to Europe when young :-) Must be wonderful hung in your in our gallery hallway.

Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend in America, xoxo Miyako*

TexWisGirl said...

it's really beautiful.

Janie Junebug said...

I don't have time to do the blogfest, but I have a great story I'll tell you this week.

Love,
Janie

The Yum List said...

Beautiful photo! I've been there! It also looks like a waterway in Curacao - it's amazing how culture and architecture can be influenced by the other side of the world.

whiteangel said...

The photo is lovely....I bet it looks good hanging.

Amy at love made my home said...

A stunning photo!! xx

biebkriebels said...

At first sight I thought it was Bergen in Norway, but Copenhagen is not so far from that place, so it is the Nordic way of building houses. Nice picture.

Saucy Kodz said...

This is just stunning - a most beautiful reflection. When I first saw it, i thought it was Belgium. Love this very much - great job.

Lin Floyd said...

gorgeous print!

EG CameraGirl said...

Love this shot. Wonderful colours and reflections!

Roan said...

I agree! That is one amazing reflection!

Bethany Carson said...

Beautiful photograph! Lovely houses and awesome reflection!

Cranberry Morning said...

That is just gorgeous! I figured it was Copenhagen or Amsterdam. Aren't you so glad to have that photograph! I'd enlarge it and frame it.

Gail said...

wonderful photo

Friko said...

Marvellous photo; northern Europe can be magnificent, in spite of being rather undervalued.

eViL pOp TaRt said...

A really terrific photograph!

Stephanie Faris said...

I've had plenty of dinner mishaps in my life...usually from trying new recipes. But how else are you going to learn? I love that photo!

DeniseinVA said...

It's gorgeous! The rainy day adds to its beauty though I am sure it would love even more so in sunshine to most. I just like rainy days :) Thanks for stopping by and commenting on my recipe post. I think I will add an extra note after reading your question. I think chicken would go great with this and I would try that myself next time. I am sure shrimp or scallops would also be a delicious change. Have a great week :)

Mage said...

Yes, I ruined my best iron pot this year by burning Auntie Minnie May's Chilean Meat balls in it. I can't say I am happy about this. Meatballs: I pound hamburger, 1 egg, 1/2 cup or less white rice. Make into balls. Bring to a boil in a large pot: I 14 oz can tomatoes...squished, 2 cloves of garlic...smashed, 1 onion chopped, 1 tablespoon chili powder or more, 1 small can of tomatoe sauce. Bring to a boil and drop the meat balls in. Stir gently until it returns to a boil. Partially cover, reduce heat, stir often. Green salad and garlic bread make a good but not low fat meal.

Mage said...

PS: Yes, really lovely photo. :)

carol l mckenna said...

Beautiful reflection photo and gorgeous colors and composition ~ thanks for 'visiting!

Happy Day to you.

artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

Cynthia said...

That is a wonderful photo. It looks like a painting.
Years ago We had a Japanese student who lived with us for a year, and every time she cooked rice, she burnt the pan. After the third ruined pan, her mother in Japan mailed her a huge rice cooker, something I had never seen before. Keiko left the rice cooker when she returned home, and I am still using it 25 years later!

Rose said...

I love that second pic when it is expanded...

Kay said...

Oh my! I just love the colors of the buildings and in the reflections.

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