Tuesday, December 15, 2009

My World Tuesday

This morning when I woke up the world looked magic. We had the first frost last night and the garden looked as if covered with caster sugar. Unfortunately my camera did not work properly so I can't show you a photo. Instead I show you some pictures of one of the most beautiful parts of the Netherlands, Zuid Limburg, situated like a wedge between Belgium and Germany. The photos show the Belgian country side but were taken from the Netherlands. There is no formal boundary anymore so while driving you don't hardly realize that you left your own country and have entered Belgium.


The electricity poles and wires show that it is Belgium for we don't have those in the Netherlands. Electricity wires are all led underground in our country.

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7 comments:

Martha Z said...

What beautiful country, I think I could walk for hours through it. It's interesting that one country puts the utilities underground and the other doesn't. In the United States most new areas are underground (at least in California) and the older communities leave them above.

Riet said...

Wat een mooie foto's, Ja Limburg is prachtig.

Pam said...

Your wonderful photos speak volumes about the beauty in your country. Its a shame you camera did not work this morning, but I am sure the sight was amazing.
Your blog is delightful. Thanks for sharing your Netherlans.

AWANG said...

Very beautiful country side scenery,look so peacfull & nice picture.Thanks.

Simone de Klerk said...

Wat wonen wij toch in een mooie omgeving!
Hopelijk lukt het je wel foto's te maken van de sneeuw.
Fijn weekeinde!!!
PS: De laatste snoepjes heb ik vandaag opgegeten. Smullen...

Vernz said...

Wow... this is a neat place .. you are one lucky human being..

Riet said...

Dank je wel voor je felicitaties. Ja 49 jaar is een hele tijd maar het is omgevlogen. Waar blijft de tijd.
Fijne feestdagen
Riet