Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Simply Neutrals # 13


This the last time, for Wendy`s Simply Neutrals,


 I have choosen a few
photoes from our nature , showing first the sea after a huge storn,


And these beautiful dried seads from a flower , which I`m not 
sure what is called , but looked so amazing,


that I brought them home, and decorated with them in my kitchen.


And lastly there is another photo of a beautiful sky, over the
Baltic Sea.

 Thank you  sweet Wendy for  this first many weeks 
of your wonderful neutrals party , dear friend,
I will look forward starting again in the new year.


And thank you to you ,visiting to see my blog and read my 
little ramblings. 
The rest of the week I will not be near my computer,  but with
my grandkids , so you will not hear from me, untill I`m home again. 

I wish you all a blessed week, and happy hours.

Love and hugs, Dorthe 

21 comments:

June Macfarlane said...

What beautiful photo's. I love the gorgeous beach and those seeds are incredible. Thanks for sharing my friend.x

Roosterhead Designs said...

Hello Dorthe! Such a beautiful post~ I think the photo of the "Sea after a storm" is frame-worthy! And belongs on the wall. It is breathtaking! And the flower pod/seeds? so unique and lovely! They would be right at home in a pretty vase. I like your Baltic shot as well dear friend; you live in such a beautiful place~ Have a great trip and we can catch you later on! Blessings and safe trip to you, Karen O

Valerie-Jael said...

Beautiful photos. Enjoy your time with your family! Hus, Valerie

Corrine at sparkledaysstudio.com said...

So amazing those seed heads, wow, almost unreal. Your stormy sea is a froth of cold. Enjoy the grandkids. xox

Lululiz said...

Those seed heads are amazing, I have never seen anything like it. I bet you can decorate your home so beautifully with them.

Sue Marrazzo said...

PRETTY stuff! Thanks for sharing!

Lace Age Girl said...

Hello Dorthe, Enjoy your 'real life' time, that's what it's all about. The Journey. Thanks for your lovely seascape photos, and I'd love to touch those soft seeds!

Hugs,
Jesse

Terri said...

Hello dear Dorthe,
It looks beautiful over the sea! And those interesting plants! I don't know that i have seen anything like them.
Thank you for your visit to my blog and your kind words!
I am so glad to visit you and see that you have beauty around you.
I am sending you an email soon.
Hugs,
Terri

Julia - Vintage with Laces said...

These flower seeds look amazing, dear Dorthe! I've never seen that kind before. They have such a wintery look and make a great Christmas decoration.
Have a save trip and a wonderful time with your sweet grandkids! They must already be excited that it will be Christmas soon.
Hugs and love,
Julia

Dortesjs said...

ihh du har jo så skøn natur og de der seeds er da virkelig fine. Dorthe er du kommet i gang med juleforberedelser?

Sandies' Patch said...

Hello!
Lovely photos, especially the Seascapes xxx
The seed heads look like a wild Clematis, over here in England it is known as 'Travellers Joy' or 'Old mans beard'. The latter quite appropriate for Santas beard maybe? xxx

Chris Lally said...

Thank you for sharing your amazing photos! Have a wonderful week with your grandchildren.

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Thanks for sharing your beautiful photos, dear Dorthe. Have a safe trip and a great time with your
grandkids. Hugs and love,
Marie

Draffin Bears said...

Dear Dorthe,

The beach always looks so exciting after a storm and to see what gets washed up. Loved seeing your wonderful beach and especially like the pretty sky and clouds.
Enjoy the special time with your sweet grandchildren.
Sending love and hugs
Carolyn

Bente said...

Nydelige bilder, Dorthe. De blomstene var kjempefine.
Ha en finfin dag
Klem

butterfly said...

Amazing natural neutrals, Dorthe - the sky photos make me want to take deep refreshing lungfuls of air, and such drama in that first photo too. The seedheads look just wonderful - so soft. I hope we'll get to see lots more neutrals in 2016, and I hope you have a wonderful time with your family.
Alison xx

Aspiring crafter said...

Thank you for sharing these beautiful photos Dorthe, the seeds are just amazing , what a beautiful place to live!
XxRuth

Tanya said...

Dorthe - your photos are INCREDIBLE - especially the first. I am SO far behind...in my Christmas gift making...in my decorating...in my blog reading. You make it too easy with being on Facebook, but I LOVE this beautiful blog. I hope your time with your beautiful grandchildren is wonderful! Love to you, my friend! XOXO

Wateringen said...

Dear Dorthe,

Your pictures are so beautiful...
thank you so much for sharing with us...
And it's so lovely to have a trip with your
grandchildren...enjoy my friend.

Love and hugs,
Marijke
www.marijkevanooijen.blogspot.com

lynnesbowsandbelles said...

Dorthe
The photographs are so beautiful and I am amazed at the unique beauty of the seed pods, I have never seen them before!
Tonight the wind is howling and the rain is battering against the windows, another stormy night my friend.
Wishes
Lynne x

Vicki Boster said...

Beautiful photos dear Dorthe.... That beautiful sea after the storm-- I could never tire of looking at that view.i still think those are the most interesting seed pods-/ they are unique and beautiful. I wonder what they are??!!

I'm sending you my love-- have a wonderful holiday with your beautiful family..
Love
Vicki