Dressed up in full discretion


Even one of the towers in the danish capital Copenhagen need privacy
this view was seen from my window at the hotel room for a couple of years ago
the tower was surrounded by a closed scaffolding due to renovations.
Towers are often landmarks of cities, they strikes the eyes in a natural way
a full dressed tower is perhaps even more eye catching.

CBBH Photo Challenge the february theme “Across the rooftops
with inspiration from Marianne’s worth visiting blog “East of Málaga
as a extra part of this challenge includes to introduce 2 links
two bloggers of the large numbers of worth visiting WP’blogs.

La valise de Louise”  –*–  ”Cfotofan

Travel Theme Soft

With excellent inspiration from Ailsa’s blog
take a look the challenge here “Where’s my backpack
my version of the theme “Soft

When you say “travel” then there is probably no other animals like horse
which stands as the symbol of humans desire to travel
love and war
indians and cowboys
transport and agriculture
the old knight tournaments
various sports disciplines
young girls pet
horses have been all the way around
together with humans
some eat even horses.

Horse’s hair are also beautiful soft
those areas where there is a big difference between seasonal temperature
so the horse hair be very thick, if they go much outdoors during winter
but they are still so soft
the thick hair may tease them who would ride on them
while it may annoy the horse at the stables, especially heat
therefore it is widely used by horseowners
to clothe them – special horsecloth
so they don’t freeze or get thick and long hair
but they are still so soft.

So horses are really a theme.



Some think wrongly that being soft have to be a weakness
it can be and is very often a strength, which allows agility
and makes you better succeed in the things you want to achieve
while you easily breaks your neck and fail if you are stiff and rigid.

“You have to know when to be arrogant
you have to know when to be humble
you have to know when to be hard
and you have to know when to be soft”
(Talib Kweli)


If you can learn from hard knocks, you can learn from soft touches too
(Carolyn Kenmore)