This is another one of those blogs of things that happened last year that made us stop, wonder and think “Hummm”.
Once again for as many times that day I was back on the right path and feeling good. The rain had slowed down a bit and the wind was now behind the large dike that contained the River.
The feature photo on this blog is from around 1968 and the two kids on the back of the sled are young “M” and my young hubby.
From April until late October I can be sure to find a roadside stand along most of my bike routes. Most capture my attention to the point that I stop, look, and then fish through my pockets or purse for money. Usually I head home with more in my bike bags than when I started the ride.
After a few times of paddling the same area I thought I would be bored and lose interest but there is always something new that captures my interest.
Our destination was the Biesboschhoeve (the Biesbosch dairy farm) located on an island called de Vischplaat.
On this perfect early morning, the light was just right, the wind was still, and the posing reflective sheep make for an interesting photo opportunity.