Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Leaning Lens

I've tried several times over the past couple of weeks to capture the 'blues' that inspire me but have discovered when it's clear skies down here it's often hazy in the mountains and vice versa. Better weather is on the way and hopefully I'll get a chance to show you the lake and the mountains in all their glory before I turn grey waiting.

In the meantime I've decided to call this my 'leaning lens' phase as almost every picture I've taken is on an inexplicable slope to the right, apart from one where I was leaning against a tree (exhaustion from climbing large hill) I've no idea why. The leaning path down...

The leaning houses of Lake Zürich with a small hill in the background, the good stuff is shy and bashful and remains hidden for yet another day.

My son, my stapler, my serviettes, why???? do you know how hard it is to get a staple out of a paper napkin, sigh...

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6 comments:

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

little boys and their toys! anything can become one *ggg*

wonderful photos, really wonderful!!!

Linda said...

Serviettes...that's the word I couldn't read on your note..I just didn't know what it meant!!!! Hey....I don't think I could make it up that hill and still breathe at all!

Nathalie Thompson said...

So there ARE mountains back there! I remember this angle from a previous post- but the mountains were obscured by clouds. What a STUNNING vista! Worth the climb.

Count your blessings that your paper NAPKINS ;) were only stapled, not glued! They are a lovely shade of green, BTW.

Hens Teeth said...

Oh beautiful, beautiful and with Spring to come too.

I had to snigger about the napkins, that's kids for you.
I seem to remember we had sand in the washing machine powder drawer and best perfume down the loo and the youngest tried to eat a snail including shell!

Jenxo said...

Oh, beautiful pictures, its so picturesque jenxo

Gunnels blog said...

So beautiful it is where you living!