Thursday, November 19, 2009

Sky Watch: observation point

It's again that time of the week when I keep asking myself: what would it be - a bench or the sky watching? Again, me lucky - this bench was waiting patiently to become a star on my blog. At lake Neusiedl, of course. Yes, you can call it that I have an obsession with this lake, but I guess it's nicer and better to say that I have a passion for it. Wouldn't you, if you lived next to such beauty?
Happy sky watching! For more beautiful skies, please click the badge below! And for more benches, visit PERBS!
... and totally off topic, but for my friend Wienermädel in Vienna:
Der Apfelkuchen ist schon weg :)), aber ich habe ein Foto gemacht:Ich warte auf meinen Mann und den Junior (hallo, Junior!) nach Hause zu kommen, um ihnen einen neuen Kuchen zu backen :)).

25 comments:

  1. Great lake, does it have fish in it? Beautiful pictures.

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  2. yes, but fishing is not allowed!

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  3. It is, indeed, a beautiful lake, and that bench looks very inviting.

    I can smell your baking too! Mmmmmm.

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  4. Well, if I could, I would be there on that bench eating Apfelkuchen--the best of both worlds. Nicely done!

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  5. B*E*A*U*T*I*F*U*L
    series! :)
    Love it! :D

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  6. What a blending of sky and water n your top shot. Cool!

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  7. Nice sky and a very practical rustic bench to sit on to watch the rising and setting sun..great place to be.

    Eaglesbrother

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  8. Lovely place to take a rest at. Thanks for sharing :-)

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  9. hey, I want to sit on that bench :D

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  10. Those photos are wonderful, wonderful, wonderful.

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  11. The SW photos are wonderful, love the rustic bench with its remnants of autumn...but when I read Apfelkuchen
    I had to come and look because Apfelkuchen is a magic word! It looks delicious.

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  12. Beautiful still water, a great place to meditate sitting on that rustic bench.

    Your German is great, just one little glitch, 'nach hause zu kommen'. the difference is tricky to explain without being face to face.

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  13. @ everybody: thank you for your visits!
    @ Arija: oh, yea, you are right! "nach" is the movement, "zu" is like you are already there! good, I need to pay more attention! thank you so much for the lesson!

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  14. Since I live close to lots of water (see my header), I can understand your passion.I only wish I had a bench of that kind to sit and watch it (and a it of Apfelkuchen to accompany it)

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  15. Der Herbst und das Meer, so habe ich diese Jahreszeit mit dem Meer noch nicht geshen. Wunderschönes Tagesgeschenk. lg Manuela

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  16. Hi Lara! Lovely pictures, though the clouds didn't help! :-(
    Shame that the Apfelkuchen ist schon weg... ;)

    Blogtrotter, firmly back to an amazing building, is missing your comments... :-(. Enjoy and have a great weekend!

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  17. Liebe Lara, danke für das Foto, schaut super aus! Melde mich am Montag wegen Zwiebelkuchen, bin beim Wegfahren!

    Liebe Grüsse

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  18. Beautiful composition with the bench and autumn leaves. Wonderful photos and yummy cake too. Have a nice weekend!

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  19. Lovely serene lake and sky scenes. Nice pastel colours. The apfelkuchen looks delicious also. We make them too but Swiss style.

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  20. Wow, great pics, the third-one is my fav...

    Happy SWF

    Eric, Holland

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  21. That's a unique bench and nice view of the sea. I would love to sit on the bench with such a beautiful scenery.

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  22. This is lovely!
    Your next post and the pictures in it are lovely skywatch shots too. Have a nice day.
    - celine

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  23. I am catching up after being sick with a hurt back for a couple weeks. Thanks for dropping by my bench blog!

    I enjoyed seeing your natural tree log bench! What a beautiful place to sit and rest and ponder!

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