Posted on December 20, 2017
last week we had some quite windy days…stormy cold wet days….not nice at all…. but after a winter storm I always go treasure hunting along the shore
windy cold and dark….even in the morning
but I found some treasures ( as always)
a big piece of amber
and a piece of an old rusty can.
the clouds where all over and so low this morning…I think the sun was out approx 15 minutes…that was it for the day !
Posted on December 10, 2017
there’s something special about the desert that draws me in and inspires me
the sunset is just beautiful out here
Posted on December 7, 2017
We experienced dune bashing, sand boarding, camel riding, belly dancing, henna painting, star gazing and yummy Arabian food all in a couple of hours in one late afternoon-evening. Dune bashing was a thrill – like a loooong roller coaster ride but I imagine people getting sea sick once in a while …..
(it’s not easy to get some pictures through a shaded window while on the roller coaster ride I tell you)
you have got to experience it !
Posted on December 1, 2017
if visiting Abu Dhabi you have got to squeeze in a visit to the grand mosque. it’s magical and soooo beautiful. (reminded me of Taj Mahal)
Posted on November 29, 2017
The newly opened ( 2 weeks ago ) Louvre is a must-to-do if in Abu Dhabi. I brought my niece who’s 15 and she really enjoyed it.
the Louvre has 12 galleries, it’s a journey from prehistoric to contemporary art.
Among the Top ten masterpieces to look out for are:
Leonardo da Vinci – La Belle Ferronnière 1490, Vincent Van Gogh Self -portrait 1887, Portrait of Fayoum Egypt Antinoopolis 225-250 A.D., Jacques -Louis David Napoleon crossing the Alps 1803, Claude Monet La gare Saint -Lazare 1877, Bactrian Princess central Asia end of 3rd beginning of 2nd millenium BCE, Jackson Pollock number 26A Black and White 1947,
then you’ll find Miro’, Hopper, Caravaggio, Vermeer, etc etc etc
I must confess that it was the building in itself that caught my attention. Love the architecture. It’s amazing what they can do…..
my companion today
If you plan to visit you need a couple of hours at least.
Posted on July 31, 2017
is the highest one in Sweden. Situated at 187.5 meters and it dates all the way back to 1561. Since 1751 more than 200 ships have become wrecks outside the horn with it’s treacherous rocks. Nowadays it’s a popular diving site because of the wrecks and very clear water.
all of a sudden I saw the sun right in the middle of the light station. Now that’s what I call solar energy.
stunning scenery. We where here early in the morning so we couldn’t climb up into the light station since it doesn’t open until 11.00 !!
Posted on July 30, 2017
Kullen, Kullaberg, Skåne, Sweden.