Saturday, 29 August 2009

More Holiday Photos

Thank you so much for all your lovely comments, I've missed you all too. I think I've nearly caught up with all my blog reading now. You've all been so busy during the past two weeks and I've really enjoyed catching up with what you've been making. It has certainly got my creative juices flowing again.

Despite the rain and wind I've nearly done all the washing and ironing and today had a lovely trip to my favourite craft shop coming out armed with lots of lovely new goodies ( I think that New Years resolution about not buying new stash this year has slipped a bit today-oh dear) but as yet I don't have anything new to show you.

So, encouraged by several comments, I thought I'd show you some more holiday photos, but just a few, I don't want to bore you to death.

The first two are of the beautiful flowers and paintings that decorate the houses, they are just stunning.

This is of Zell am See, where we were staying and the lake from half way up a mountain. We had used a cable car!!!!

And the last one is of the Grossglockner pass which goes up to the highest mountain in Austria. Quite an experience seeing the fast cars racing each other, although we had to take it very steady in a coach.

I've got to go and make tea now so will come back tomorrow and show you a few more.


Sarah xx said...

Thanks for sharing looks a stunning place to go on hols!

Sally H said...

Wow! Gorgeous photos! I quite fancy driving that road... but in something a bit more swish than my skoda!

Clare (Littlebear) said...

You are not boring me with these photos, just making me a little jealous!
Clare x

Beryl said...

I'm back too, (holidaying at home with visitors) and know I'll never catch up with all I've missed. Glad you had a good time and sharing your piccies.
Beryl xx

Jill said...

What fantastic photos I absolutely love those flowers

craftimamma said...

Oh my goodness, that window is stunning. You'd have to make sure your windows were always nice a shiny 'cos people must always be looking at them.

Thanks for sharing your photos and look forward to seeing some more.

Lesley Xx

Anne said...

Wow what stunning photos, that window is a work of art, isn't it?