Weekend Reflections – Luxembourg


Boulevard Franklin Delano Roosevelt – Luxembourg

Our contribution to WEEKEND REFLECTIONS,

 a meme hosted by James.
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30 thoughts on “Weekend Reflections – Luxembourg

  1. So good to see your blog again. Than top shot really grabs the eye because of it's unique perspective. Love your recent posts, like the Matterhorn.

    Sorry I've been gone, my blog disappeared while I was in New England. I've put up a new one here to keep up for now.

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  2. What terrific captures for the day, Leia! Awesome reflection in the first shot and I love all the vivid colors in the second one! Such beautiful blue skies! Hope you have a wonderful weekend, mon amie! Enjoy!

    Hugs
    Sylvia

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  3. Congratulations on that first photo. It's a beauty! And the colours in the second picture are great.

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  4. Nicely done, Cezar and Leia. It reminds me of an old analog TV, a Sony Trinitron, that alternated colored strips and black.

    Thanks for your kind comments on HDP.

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  5. A perfect shot for Weekend Reflections – I hope you both have a wonderful week-end. xx

    “Adelaide and Beyond”

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  6. Such a unique perspective in your first image and beautiful scenery in the second.

    Thank you for your very nice comment on my tree and shadow image. Hope you're having a wonderful weekend!

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  7. Très jolis reflets striés dans la première!
    Et très belle composition dans la deuxième!

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    Big BIZZZOUZZZZ et belle fin de semaine les amis****

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  8. It's like you carefully painted lines on the first one, very interesting. I'm very fond of the building in the second! Please pass my regards to Cezar 🙂

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  9. the lines in the top shot are a delight
    and the colors and light in the 2nd shot!! oh my 🙂

    thank you so much for the sweet comment about my profile pic, made me smile

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  10. This week we came back too, not Switzerland, but Holland to relatives and friends. What a great reflection Leia! I'm sure it takes effort to get back to daily life:)

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  11. I was really surprised to see the name of the boulevard was Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The first shot is so striking with the iron fencing and the flowers and the architecture in the second are stunning. Nice photography. genie

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