Nothing gonna change, or.?

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A wonderful view in the swiss city of Basel have to see it at every visit.

Hopefully it will never be changed.

Everyone talks about development – no one talks about change
* Soren Kierkegaard – danish philosopher *

Are we really as flexible as we depicting ourselves to be.?

We all visit a lots of places that we expect to be as they used to be.

Sometimes we have to change.

Weekly photo challenge “Change

Changes are more than time

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A kind of hanging garden in the alsatian village of Kaysersberg..?

The Hanging Gardens of Babylon were one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World,
and the only one of these, whose location has not been definitely established.

A post inspired from the always worth visiting Paula
Thursday’s Special “non-theme”: “Spirit of change

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Very early morning close to the french-german border line east of alsatian Colmar.

The huge movement of freight are, despite striking vehicles and colors, quite anonymous
sometimes we criticize them but their necessity is often ignored and without alternative
most irritations of them are often born of our own needs and comfort
these cowboys on the roads are very flexible and required the willingness to changes.

Be the change that you wish to see in the world
*Mahatma Gandhi – indian campaigner for the civil rights*

In the middle of a ford


There has always been much symbolism in rivers
there are at least two elements – the river itself and the fords of these
they are also in the mythological world a meaning – in fact of life and death too.


Ferry cross the Mersey.

Life goes on day after day
hearts torn in every way
so ferry cross the Mersey
‘cause this land’s the place I love
and here I’ll stay.
People they rush everywhere
each with their own secret care
so ferry cross the Mersey
and always take me there
the place I love.
People around every corner
they seem to smile and say
we don’t care what your name is boy
we’ll never turn you away
so I’ll continue to say:
Here I always will stay
so ferry cross the Mersey
‘cause this land’s the place I love
and here I’ll stay
(written by Gerry Marsden from “Gerry and the Pacemakers”)

The best inspiration is the one that you think is your own idea
read a post from Paula on “Lost in Translation” came off it because my phone rang,
then made this post  and so later re-read and found out that this one was my inspiration:
Thursday’s Special: Where Words Fail, Music Speaks

Change of life

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Sprouting times right now in the country, but it is inspiring too
the answer must be yes when it’s about to come out and get experiences from nature
but are life in the nature and country life inspired by the world outside their world..?

A typical image of a danish village, it looks like pure charming idyll and passion
you will be greeted in resounding high spring sunshine and roaring silence.

An empty church where people come about 3 times in their lives
to be baptized, their confirmation and funerals including their own.

A former farm with empty stables, where land is sold off to larger farms
some are inhabited by people who go to the city and their lives (work) there
virtually immediately it gets light and come back home when it’s allmost dark
other buildings becomes chargeable some quick other slowly.

An old merchant’s house, who can share experiences about the time
it was the focal point of life itself
where mighty business was done within its walls
local disputes was perhaps settled in front of the building
often in a crude way, but far more humane compared to “conflict resolutions” nowadays
and about magnificent love stories that started in the apple garden behind the building.

But no photos of danish villages and nature without wind turbines in the background
one must evolve over time and they are perhaps more natural than nature itself ..?


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Perhaps many of the villages will be brackets in the countryside
as our ancestors housing – the proud and adventurous vikings
where only the most resilient mounds that are left
there is grass become bushes and bushes become trees
but the “shadow” can still be seen – out there in the country.


Another weekly photo challenge theme: “Change“ 


Circular changes

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An idyll from an northern english forest last autumn
now we are waiting for spring and more colorful views
while at the same latitude on the southern hemisphere of the earth
at same time they says hello to all the many colors of autumn.


There is nothing permanent except change


Another weekly photo challenge theme: “Change” 


The challenge of change

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Everything is changing, whether we like it or not
something is changing for the better, otherwise the opposite
sometimes it is changes in the surroundings that makes it seem changed
sometimes are changes for change’s sake,
other times there is a reason for the changes.

Not all changes make things more transparent
such as spring changes – the green color of trees and shrubs
conceals as much as it lights up.


The weekly photo challenge theme: “Change