Saturday, November 9, 2013

a quickie to babylon

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sometimes I leave the mountain and roll myself down to babylon, just to be reminded of how very different the urban life is.

12 comments:

Fröken Stök said...

Tänk att få hänga med på dina äventyr….

till-vidas-ara said...

hej vackra du! önskar jag kunde ta en trip till Babylon :) här åker vi bara till industriområdets skidbytardag och dricker kaffe i plastmuggar :)
svarade hos mig:
tackar dig för tanken, och jag tror goda tankar verkligen hjälper mot värk på riktigt!
och vilken grej med tavlan!!! magiskt..massor! jag hittade den på en loppis för några dagar sen bara och den tycktes tala till mig, så den fick följa mig hem, för 40 kr bara. Det står E. Sundström på den! Din farfar råkar inte heta E. Sundström?

kramar Lycke

Jael said...

Tittar på dina bilder och undrar var du nu är(eller var bilderna är från) kram!

Sally Tharpe Rowles said...

oh sara I love catching up with your beautiful adventures & seeing your very unique & special photographs....it is always a pleasure.

annton beate Schmidt said...

frida kahlo, you smiling with your friends & babylon; three posts that couldn't get any better. life is exiting right now, though all is in stand still on the surface. sending you a hug from berlin.

querido diário said...

I live in what i consider a small town,but when i go to my parents house i feel such a difference because it is small and rural...i wish i could broad my trips inside Portugal a little bit more!

Iris Vank said...

Fijn, die tegenstellingen in je buurt!

Anne said...

wat fijn dat dat kan! ik zou hier ook best een berg willen hebben :) x

barbarabeesblog said...

I used to life in Hamburg which is the 2nd largest city in Germany than standed in Wiesbaden which to me appeared small and lagged. Because my son is born there and I could life in a big city at that time I decided to go to the country side. Now I'm back up north, but still in the country side and when I now go to the "big city" I realize that it irritates me, I feel nearly overwhelmed.
I fear I'm a country girl now.
So cowgirl, enjoyed your post, your thoughts and your pics as always.
Hugs
Barbara Bee

sarapirat said...

fröken stök :) glad att du hänger med!

lycke, nej han heter inte e. sundström! :) men man kan ju inte låta bli att undra vem den karln är? det här blir ett spännande mysterium att lösa. skidbytardag! vad innebär det egentligen? att man byter skidor? svenskt kaffe vore gott. tillsammans. kramar

jael, dom här är tagna i tel aviv! kram

sally, hey there, nice you are back! :)

annton, thank you dear. exciting beneath the surface is exciting indeed and i know that feeling! hugs to you

sara, and i wish i will visit portugal one day.

iris, mhm, vind ik ook!

anne, :) ja, een berg in amsterdam zou best leuk zijn! maar is ook heel leuk zonder...

bee, i guess we are in the same club then. the club of the country girls. i experience exactly what you mention, being irritated and overwhelmed in a not such a pleasant way. at least some of the times.hugs back!

Sarah said...

Thank you for all the wonderful places you take me...places that a girl from the middle of the states probably wouldn't get to otherwise! :)

I've been in the city way toooooo long and can't wait for the day that I can say that I'm going to "visit" it.

xo Sarah

Niken said...

sometimes i wish i could just live in a rural area, with a big garden home.