Project 365 – Week 19

Another week gone by – and I share it with you as usual :)

Wieder eine Woche vorbei und ich teile diese wie immer mit Euch :)

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Meeting my friend Sandra after quite a while. It was fun!

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So- there it is: the scaffolding for the next six weeks – right in front of my studio and our living room. I guess I will hate it…I have to admit that I love having my privacy and having people in front of the window for six weeks is not going to be my favorite thing. LOL

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Working on a project :)

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How funny- I spied this on the scaffolding.

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It looked like the end of the world. When I came back from teaching a workshop for kiddos at Liz’ and got out of the train it went dark and started pouring. As you can see nobody is on the street- we all tried to hide under roofs and shop entrances. It was crazy. I got soaking wet, well I was better off then the skydiver at the harbour birthday who was found 40 km (25 Miles) away from the point he was suppposed to land (he was ok!).

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And the next day – gorgeous weather. We went to buy even more plants and stuff for the terrasse and had a very good day outside. So the summer can come :)

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Every five years I get the urge to take a look at the harbour birthday – where you usually only find tourists. I didn’t like it as usual – too crowded , to many drunk people early on the day and to cheesy music. But the fairy wheel right next to the train station with an overlook over the harbour was pretty cool! So…see you in five years- LOL

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Ich wünsche Euch einen tollen Wochenanfang!!!

Wishing you a gorgeous start into the new week!!!

  • Michelle

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    Why the scaffolding for 6 weeks? I adore how beautiful your roof terrace is. Those plants are gorgeous. Lovely photo!

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  • christiane

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    you know that i’m in love with your pics!! :D

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  • Cat

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    Love your pictures – what are they doing to your building??? miss you – have a great week!

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  • Michelle LaPoint Rydell

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    Beautiful photos Nat! I love the one of your project! and your terrace looks so beautiful!

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  • heather

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    Oh Nat, that does look lovely. I also need to visit “tourist attractions” from time to time.

    I love the terrace.

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  • Linda Rodriguez

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    What wonderful photos! I’m curious to find out what that wonderful green painted surface is for – love that color! :)

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  • Kim Sonksen

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    The harbour b’day always freaks me out…..
    But hey you better tell the scaffolders to naff off before I pop by….eak

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  • Suz

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    great photos. your terrace is amazing

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  • Sue Clarke

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    Your terrace looks like a piece of heaven!

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  • Cheryl

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    We just call them Ferris Wheels here but I think a Fairy Wheel sounds much more magical! Thanks for another look at your week!

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  • Barbara

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    Looks like your enjoying Spring! Love seeing photo’s of your daily life. The May on the beam is so cool!

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  • Kerstin

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    Na Deine Terrasse is ja wohl zu Recht legendär, mhm? :-)

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  • Daphne

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    soo..no coca cola light breaks for you then in the next six weeks? ;-)

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  • Marit

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    Oooooh, I love your terras!!! I’m not fond of “tourist attractions” either… and I can imagine what you think about that “thing” in front of your window – wishing you all the best going through the days with it! Hang in there!

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