From a larger perspective then everything is minimalism.
In snowy mountains all regardless of size will find the truth of size.
Even these giants for the preparation of ski slopes,
they have to create their own little minimalist world in the huge world of mountains.
The worth visiting Thursday’s Special themes created by Paula
The inspiring theme last week “Minimalism“
“Age and size are only numbers.
The attitude makes the difference”
*Donna Karan – american designer*
All these people have an idea about running around in the Chamonix area.
Wondering if there are left back mountains afterwards or all trodden down.?
“It isn’t the mountain ahead that wears you out;
it’s the grain of sand in your shoe”
*Robert W. Service – scottish poet*
To see it all, we have a look at the other side of the mountain too.
By using trains, aeroplanes, ferries, cars and that kind,
we always uses a track other have made before us.
Older daily prompt theme “Crossing trip“
By using sailing boats, mountain bikes or dromedaries so we can make our own path.
Not necessarily alone, easily be in the company of others or cross other people’s tracks.
Irish Sea, Sahara and french Alpes.
Early morning was just saying hello to Freddie Mercury from the rock band The Queen.
The sculpture stands in the swiss city of Montreux.
The inspiration comes from wonderful “Restlessjo” and her “Monday walk” themes.
A walk in surroundings which could be backdrop of a movie or two.
A kick of happiness is a friend with a boat and the view of Montreux
still early morning and the swiss Alps as a backdrop.
Another kick of happiness is to be the happy owner of a black mountain bike
still a little early morning and the swiss Alps not as background but as reality.
Almost up to the sky above the clouds, but still grip with the feet to the earth.
The fog will lift more and more and the sun is taking over the heights.
Everybody in the morning
Should do a good turn all right
Everybody in the night time
Should have a good time all night
Now we got a movement
Don’t shun it fun it
Can’t you see now you’re moving free?
Get some fun join our dynasty
Can’t you tell when we get it down?
You’re the one you’re the best in town
*part of “Fun it” from The Queen album “Jazz” (1978)“
Earlier this summer, a day in the austrian Valluga area – between Arlberg and Tirol.
My inspiration comes from wonderful “Restlessjo” and her “Monday walk” themes.
A walk or more correct a bike ride and a bit help from a cable car for the Valluga.
View from Valluga.
Not a mountain penthouse but excellent for what it’s built for – having a break.
In fact a peaceful night up there, no noisy sounds only new strange sounds.
Austrian nature ahead close to the line between Arlberg and Tirol..
The Vosges mountains lower eastern flank against Alsace..
The flow of water is whipped by the contact with all the stones and get a pale blue glow.