Eau de Vologne

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From the Vosges mountains flows the river Vologne to the east also through small lakes
it is a tributary of the river Moselle which later act tributary of the river Rhine.

Without imagination and empathy, we will certainly find the atmosphere a little sad now
but the surroundings are perfect to activate the thoughts we may have in our heads.

The inspiration comes from wonderful “Restlessjo” and her “Monday walk” themes
on the east side of the northern Vosges, so inspiring absolutly worth a mind leverage walk.

It isn’t “Eau de Cologne” but “Eau de Vologne”

Inspiring spirit of enterprise.

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Much of the pleasure is hidden behind trees undramatic protection.

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It is life, I think, to watch the water – a man can learn so many things
*Nicholas Sparks – american writer*

12 tanker om “Eau de Vologne

  1. Nothing I like better than swirling water, Drake 🙂 I’d never heard of the Vologne. Ignorant me! Thank you so much for your many and varied walks and for your loyalty. I wish you a wonderful Christmas 🙂

  2. Those swirling waters certainly do stir up the imagination! And of course we have just passed the Winter Solstice! The days grow longer & the light grows brighter & our thoughts look forward once more.

  3. Great picture, fascinating atmosphere. ? These are fantastic spots where relax letting thoughts flow away like the water of the river or exactly the opposite, perfect to sit down and meditate. Fantastic post, even the title well choosen and nice 😉

  4. Sorry , the question mark is an”odd one” in my previous commentary! I wanted to write An exclamation mark 😀 Sorry, sorry.

  5. Pingback: Jo’s Monday walk : Beside the Tees | restlessjo

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