Paradise in the sand

Ordinary days in an oasis could only be extraordinary
End of some cozy days in the tunisian oasis town Tozeur.

Oasis equipment

Mopeds are very common in the oasis townscape.
But has great limitations out in the sand,
out there dromedaries and horses win.

Backyards are not real backyards,
but more like an open part in the middle of the houses.

Lots of wood sculptures, simple but decorative designed.
The bicycle in the background has crept into the picture.
Incidentally, it is made of metal and could be challenged when the road turns to sand.

Charming oasis town

Tozeur, the mural artist in action.
The black lines done, the red color made, the white on the way.

These casual ones are found in all nationalities
– in Germany, in Denmark, in France, in England and in Tozeur as well.
“Don’t do today what you can get others to do tomorrow”
But it looks very cozy, observing the world.

Don’t know if it’s right interpreted.
Maybe little brother with big brother learn how to do business.?

Maybe this the tunisian way in Tozeur to say:
It’s time for a glass of Scottish and then go to bed“.?

With a little help

Working (not born yesterday) tunisian woman.

The future lies ahead of us, everyone knows it.
But sometimes we can have this bad habit
to believe and think that the future of others is behind them.

We should not decide the future of others, just help and support them.

The only difference between the saint and the sinner is,
that every saint has a past, and every sinner has a future
*Oscar Wilde – irish dramatist*

While I take inspiration from the past,
like most others, I live for the future
*Ronald Reagan – former actor and US president*

The future rewards those who press on.
I don’t have time to feel sorry for myself.
I don’t have time to complain, I’m going to press on
*Barack Obama – husband of Michelle and former US president*

Inspired by this week theme “Future” in the “Friendly Friday”.
Snow melts somewhere