Mittwoch, 28. Mai 2014


wir sind zurück - eine woche venedig.
im vorfeld brachte rainer ein kleines heft nachhause. immer noch  aktuell, allzuviel hat sich nicht geändert. schöne schwarz-weiss fotos!

antiquarischer reiseführer - am ende dieses sommers brach deutschland den II. weltkrieg vom zaun.....

wir sind natürlich nur unserer eigenen nase gefolgt

könnte glatt ich sein

unsere bilder muss ich erstmal sortieren - wenn ich mich von der ganzen aufregung erholt habe......

musste mit rein - ist ein so schönes foto

p.s.: danke euch für die warmherzigen kommentare zu "chronically vintage"! ich bin immer wieder gerührt über die liebevolle athmosphäre die in "unserem kreis" herrscht!!! <3

6 Kommentare:

  1. I wondered where you'd been! Venice - how fabulous! We went for New Year 2002 - it rained all the time and was stupidly cold but it was still one of the most beautiful places I'd ever been! xxx

  2. Awww, you are wholeheartedly welcome!!! Thank you in turn for your always beautiful, friendly and uplifting comments as well. I've been so eager to hear about your travels and love that you started to share about them through this captivating vintage travel guide. I'll be on the edge of my seat for the next Venice related post!

    Tons of hugs & happy Wednesday wishes,
    ♥ Jessica

  3. Thank you for your warm and helpful comments. You like to loose yourself in the past,don't you? so much beauty there. I fee so close to the 40s it's almost metaphysical. Old photos, back and white are more artistic than color ones.

  4. Venice, how wonderful! I've never been and would love to visit. The photos in the old guide are a fittingly elegant taster for the pics from your trip, I look forward to seeing them. xxx

  5. I was worried you might be ill, so I'm glad to know you were having a lovely time in Venice instead. I am so envious of people who are well situated for exploring Europe. The distance and the cost for someone living on the west coast of North America is just phenomenal.
    Thank you for sharing these pictures and taking me to Venice!

  6. How very glorious!!! The thought of Venice slightly terrifies me, but also enchants....sooo romantic, and i hear the food is amazing. There's a lovely novel set there, by Jeannette Winterson, that really made me long to go.