over the roofs of Noerdlingen, Germany

Noerdlingen ~ A little romantic corner in this beautiful world #photography

August 2020

Now that most of us can’t or don’t want to travel a little virtual tour to Noerdlingen in the South of Germany might be something you enjoy. So here my post from 2012:

August 2012

We are just back from our holiday in Germany and even though I do not want to move back I have to admit I come from a beautiful corner of this world. And romantic too.

Image of house in Koenigsbronn, Germany

This is not in Noerdlingen but in Koenigsbronn

There are some lovely medieval towns left in the south of Germany and one of it is Noerdlingen am Ries. Space~freaks and geologists might know the place as millions of years ago a huge meteorite hit the place and left a great big hole and a new sort of stone which is called suevite.

Image of trees and fields

I am not sure if it was destroyed in WWII and rebuilt afterwards as many German towns and cities have been or if it still has the original medieval buildings and structures but no matter what it is a great place to visit.

Roofs of Noerdlingen, Germany

The “Daniel” is the church tower of ย St. Georg which is supposed to be 90m high and my goodness is 70m of stairs a lot to climb. But believe me, the view on top is worth all the fear and struggle ;-).

Noerdlinger Church seen from below

There are little side lanes where the Woernitz the little river that runs through the town can be crossed on little bridges. You can also climb up the town wall and have a walk all around Noerdlingen.

image of river Woernitz and shadows

image of medieval town wall of Noerdlingen

There are the Meteorite Museum as well as others which are worth visiting but we preferred to stay in one of the Italian ice-cream parlours as it was really, really hot.

Well, if you ever come to the south of Germany stop by and have a look for yourself!

man standing on medieval town wall in Noerdlingen

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Image of harvested field, line of trees in back and cloudy sky

Sharing our Skies ~ Photo of the Day

Hello out there, how are you doing? I hope you and yours are well. Please remember you rock, no matter what challenges you are facing. 

Today I want to share two of my photos of the sky where we live. We are in the UK in North Norfolk. That is in the East of the country where Britain bulges towards the continent. It is a slightly flat area so you can see vast skies and I love to take pictures of it.

Image of cloudy sky and trees in distance
This is the sky where we walk the dog on April 28th, 2020
Image of a field and trees on the horizon with cloudy sky above
And this was a day later

May you have a happy Friday despite everything and feel free to leave me a link to your skies ๐Ÿ™‚

image of yellow rose

A little Wordless on Wednesday

Hello my friends, how are you? It feels strange to ask this in these continously changing times. I very much hope all of you are fine and your families too. Will keep you in my prayers and thoughts.

Today I’ve chosen some yellow flowers over at “Bee Wordless“. I hope they make you smile and cheer you up. !!!!

video credit: Lorde via YouTube

Happy Wednesday to you all despite everything!

Just one more thing before you go: The hospital that is treating me for cancer is fundraising for a dedicated breast cancer unit which would allow same-day diagnosis and better premises for patients and staff.

Please, if you can spare a little money hop over to their Just Giving Page and give as little or much as you can. Or share the page on your social media. Your support means a lot to me! Thank you very much.

Sign of Colney Woodland Walk at Norfolk & Norwich University Hospitals

Let’s get Wordless… sort of…

Hello out there, how are you? I hope you feel well and if not that you have a hot beverage of your liking and someone to chat to. May you feel loved today.

Life is flukey sometimes. I accompanied the best husband in the world to hospital in December. We took the dog too and I walked her along the Colney Woodland Walk along the car park of the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals

Sign of Colney Woodland Walk at Norfolk & Norwich University Hospitals

On my way back I towards the hospital I took a picture of the front of the hospital and pondered my family history of cancer. The day before I was there for a consultation because of my swollen lymph nodes under my left arm. I also pondered the fact that I thought I would get cancer at one point in my life and hoped it would be now. I was to get another appointment for an ultrasound and a mammogram which I had at the beginning of January. That’s where they found the lump in my breast.

Image of Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals

Well, looks like my intuition does work rather well ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

Greyhound Sherky on Colney Woodland Walk
Sherky on Colney Woodland Walk. She was very excited
Bughotel at Colney Woodland Walk
These old palets are a huge bughotel. Different forms of bughotel are littered all along Colney Woodland Walk
Happy greyhound
Our rescue greyhound Sherky loves travelling and discovering new places. She really enjoyed herself at this walk
Winding path through woodland
A long winding path…

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#WordlessWednesday ~ Food glorious Food

Hello out there how are you doing? I hope you are well and if not feel embraced by healing energy. Or grab a cuppa of something nice and get a cookie ๐Ÿ˜‰

I am taking part in Wordless Wednesday more often again but most Wordless Wednesday posts I am visiting are on blogger blogs. So I decided to move my Wordless Wednesday posts to a Blogger blog. I utterly forgot I still have a profile on there :-).

So please head over and find my Wordless Wednesday post at โ€œThe Bee Writesโ€ฆ on Bloggerโ€œ. Happy Wordless Wednesday!!!!!