Monday, 9 February 2009

Hand pointing


Aggie said...

Lol! I love the hand. That is a gorgeous photo. The contrast of the tussock green against the sand dunes. I feel like going dancing there.

Nihal said...

This hand points me the way going to the North Sea Trail thru Dutch coastal path via Lange-Afstands-Wandelpad, right?
One day I'd like to explore your coastline and path..

happyone said...

Great photo of the hand pointing the way. The person who lost it shouldn't have any problem finding their glove.
I love the sky picture too.

June said...


Donna said...

Hahaaaa...What a Fun sign!! The photo is Really Pretty Dick!!!hughugs

Leni Qinan said...

The person who put the glove there certainly has a very funny sense of humour, LOL.

BTW, where is Wandelpad? Far from you? (Or does it mean 'dune path' in Dutch? I remember fietspad. :)

thyme said...

Grappig die hand :-D

en al die toeristen die op zoek gaan naar het plaatsje Wandelpad... :-))

dot said...

The hand is funny but what I really like is the sky and the sand dunes. I wouldn't mind walking on that beach! It reminds me of Cumberland Island off the Georgia coast.

storyteller said...

Sign is funny, but scene and sky is lovely ...
Hugs and blessings,

Amrita said...

Brilliant shot.

JoAnn's-D-Eyes said...

Going for a walk is very nice,don't you have had any snow there? we have.... Who lost her/his glove?

Greetings JoAnn/Holland

Dick said...

Aggie - You are welcome

Nihal - Yes it is a walking path thru North Sea and dunes.

Happyone - I doubt it the person who lost it will ever come back.

Leni - It means walking path and it's not far from where I live, how can it?

Thyme - ja er liepen wel veel mensen te zoeken.

Joann - we hebben ook niet veel sneeuw gehad en deze foto is ook al van enkele dagen terug.

Dot - you are welcome too, you all are.

Thanks for commenting.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

OH! What a pretty picture. Love the sign AND the pretty background too!

Hyde DP said...

I'd love to wander down a wandelpad provided it wasn't too far.

Anna said...

Dick, see what I mean.
Excellent photo. Love the grass on the sand, so unique. Anna :)

april said...

At the first sight it looks funny. and then I think: there are too many people who leave their rubbish in the dunes, on the beach or throw it from ships.

dot said...

Lots of cameras! Do the last two work?

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Texel in vogelvlucht. Gerard said...

Leuke foto Dick.
Ik heb ook nog zoiets, maar dan met schoenen er op. Ik zal eens kijken of ik hem nog vinden kan.
Zie ook dat je een niewe camera hebt. Ben benieuwd naar de resultaten.

Nihal said...

Oh what a great preview of the cameras you use. In reality the 'eye' is important as the photography is art of observation and camera is only tool:) By the way, Varsity No2 looks like very antique, right? More than 40 yrs old it is? How is its photo quality, I'd like to know.

Dick said...

April - You are right there is a lot of rubbish on the beach most of it comes from the sea.

Dot, Nihal - The last camera works it uses 6 x 9 cm black & white negative films and the quality is not bad at all but I don't use the last two cameras. It is for fun I show them on my blog. In fact I have to put on my cell phone too, sometimes I post a picture from it, like this one.

Kostas - Thanks

Gerard - Ik ben benieuwd.

JoAnn's-D-Eyes said...

Heeh Dick
Where are you? (haha joking but I miss you visits)

Happy weekendwishes and,
Happy Valentine wishes for you , your family and friends, from JoAnn's D Eyes /Holland

ANNA-LYS said...

( ¸¸.* Anna-Lys

Jeannette St.G. said...

Your pic brings up great memories - when growing up I lived in Zeeland, and the dunes were one of my favorite places. Now I live in Los Angeles, so I traded the dunes for the mountains (2 hours away). The amaryllus are amazing pics! Glad I found you.