Thursday, 24 November 2011

a different corner

Not a different corner of the world as such (unlike our cheating travelling cv hostess), just a different view on the same city. 
Basically, we haven't been able to see much of it the last few weeks. Fog, fogitty, fog fog.
Excuse the wonkiness of those last two batches. Just an illustration of the with/without fog effect.

19 comments:

  1. wow. that fog is impressive !

    here is mine ... a tasty corner view this week ... http://bonnie-simple-beauty.blogspot.com/2011/11/corner-view-was-created-by-jane-at_24.html

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  2. ... But it makes amazing pics !!!
    Lucky you, i CAN'T shoot that...
    !-))

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  3. My goodness, a real pea-souper!

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  4. amazing! i would tire of it quickly, but from my vantage point, it's very dreamy!

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  5. And the gray version of autumn, and just as beautiful (in Amsterdam that is). Baci - j.

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  6. I often forget the beauty of fog, have a nice weekend

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  7. I love your 1st picture ... poetic and mysterious

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  8. i like the fog effect
    have a nice evening

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  9. helemaal goed geraden, liefje! anne frank, westerkerk, aan de overkant! en mist, mist, mist! aj, aj...
    where is all that fog coming from? i never expected amsterdam to be so effin' foggy, you know? it may create a certain atmosphere, but goodness, a clear view is something else.. nice to stroll through the city though.
    i also love your previous post, ninja!
    n♥

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  10. Beautiful . . . fog may get in the way of our practical day-to-day activities - but there's something appealing about it nevertheless. I think I'm just a hopeless romantic. Too much time spent reading Wuthering Heights during my teens!!

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  11. Wow! Y yo me quejaba la que teníamos por aquì!

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  12. I grew up in Milan, where the fog can get very thick. I remember one romantic walk with a teen boyfriend in autumn fog that ended the ethereal romance when he walked right into a lamppost.
    traveling hostess. :)

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  13. that is very dramatic. our l.a. fog has gone away again. i'm very happy for that.

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  14. the pictures of the fog are great. So peaceful.

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  15. Wow, the foggy pics are so mysterious and a bit sinister. So happy the sun came out again!

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  16. lindas fotos, tan diferentes del clima que me rodea...
    saludos ninjísticos desde buenos aires!

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  17. Great pics of dusky and mysterious world. A bit of foggy wather is great but maybe not for several weeks. Is that your class room? It looks wonderful with those large windows. You should see mine. It's depressing.

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  18. Hi ninjita, I was updating myself on your blog since I have been a bit busy and not able to read and contemplate as it has to be done. Anyway, I have been laughing myself here with the sentence Fog, fogitty, fog fog. I've remembered how my aunt used to say fog in english when she moved there, long, long time ago. She's from Andalucia and she speacks bad in spanish and her english is worse too, so when she meant fog she used to say fuck.. and I was just cracking up, thinking on that. Nice pics as always. thanks! big kiss from not foggy, but coldie barcelona

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