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Friday, November 30, 2012

Weekend Reflections in Europe, Part I

We're recently home from a holiday with Viking River Cruises. We boarded in Amsterdam and cruised the Rhine, Main, and Danube Rivers, crossing from the Rhine to the Danube via the Main (rhymes with Rhine) River and the Rhine-Main-Danube Canal where a series of locks took us up Europe's continental divide and down the other side, a rise and fall of a whole lotta feet and even many meters (although I forget the exact height).

I took these three photos from our cabin as we sailed the Main somewhere near Hassfurt, Germany. I loved the reflections and the autumn colors.

My intrepid photographer, one Richard Schear to whom I have been married these several years, took many more photos than I did, and most of the pictures I'll be posting to my blog will be his. However, I just wanted all my blogging friends to know I was there, too, even if I was mostly in the cabin coughing, sneezing and disturbing the sleep of other passengers.

Posted for Weekend Reflections
Hosted by that fabulous photographer James, wherever he may be.


Photos by Kay Davies, November, 2012


10 comments:

'Tsuki said...

So you were on a boat... Great place to catch reflection indeed !

Sylvia K said...

Wonderful reflections for the day!! Hope your trip is going well!! Have a great weekend, Kay!

Kay said...

I'm so sorry you were feeling so sick, Kay. That's just the worst!

Ann said...

the bridge reflection looks like waves left by the boat.

Ann said...

I was mostly in the cabin coughing, sneezing and disturbing the sleep of other passengers. not nice, hope you are better,

HansHB said...

Nice post for the theme!

Leslie said...

I'm so sorry you were mostly cabin-bound. These are lovely images - I hope you got to see a little bit of this with your own eyes!

P.S. I've got a cold/cough/zombie plague, too :(

Catherine said...

Very calm reflections....

Martha Z said...

I like how you captured the smooth, glass like look of the river.

Audrey said...

joli coups d oeil ;o)