Taking a long walk at the left bank

Hi sweeties! Today I have an extraordinary post for you, it’s art and it’s not art, well let’s say more inspiration. Here comes the situation, as you know I had the flu for 10 days or more, actually something real hideous, was getting weak, so to get back on my feet I need some fresh air, number two after sickness I am always looking for some inspiration, you know just to get that mojo-jojo going again, number three we have school vacation for a week here so kiddo is at home and I just love spending fun time with him. We took our walking shoes and hit the left bank or as it is called Linkeroever. If you feel like take a tea and join us for our walk.

Here we were still full of energy, happily landed at the other side. We are going to discover what we missed till know, you know every time of the year you see things with different eyes.

In the beginning it was a bit cloudy and foggy, but we didn’t care, we are the brave lions!

Then there was that little fellow coming to greet us, jumping all the time, like his legs were too cold to touch the ground. I am not a big birdwatcher so forgive me have no idea which type he was. Looking for some nautical – beach – strand inspiration we headed down the avenue and:

there it stood, alone, away from all the others that were attached in a line standing strictly like soldiers. So different in style, and that art work just caught my eye, wonder who lives there… I could have it, on wish list check! Before we reached the strand I saw this in the yard of a restaurant:

what a perfect inspiration for the theme Vino & Ale, stay tuned it is coming! Our strand was cold and abounded, only sea gulls kept us some company so we decided to turn towards the port and look for some inspiration there.

It was a still life waiting for us, all anchored down, quiet, no movements, some painting, some reparation, but luckilyΒ the sun came out and showed us her face, amazing site of yachts:

And this one I really found inspirational, the coral colour with those dried out alga’s, just fantastic nautical view:

We left the port and walked further in the park there we found this great old bell that we called the mama bell:

And a smaller version that we called the son bell (guess why…):

Weathered they are as they came from actual ships and still stay standing in all condition outdoors.

Anchors disconnected or maybe reconnected to land.

Still carrying their memories good or bad, you can guess!

A bouy grounded will never navigate anymore.

And modern art that got destroyed or improved by the unknown biker, you can decide.

We finished our tour by the legs of the wooden sailor looking down at our Schelde and welcoming the visitors. Hope you enjoyed this little walk with us and got inspired, if so just sleeves up and create! Have a happy week everyone!

About lerusho

I am obsessed with experimenting, using my fantasy and creating new and unique visions. The challenges are endless and that gives me real inspiration.
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19 Responses to Taking a long walk at the left bank

  1. zksmith says:

    That must have been quite a walk! Good to see you back on your feet, Ruth! Enjoy your half term break spending time with your kiddo!

  2. Lisette says:

    Glad you are on the mend – and what a fabulous walk. Have fun over the half term break.

  3. windinn says:

    Looks like the perfect day with your son – so happy!

  4. Kay Wallace says:

    Just amazing photography, but I need to come back and look again–then again!

  5. Kay Wallace says:

    I did make it back and had time to read your narrative, Ruth! Loved the guided tour. Again, your photographs are lovely–especially those two of you and your handsome son.

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  7. kampysgirl says:

    What a wonderful tour Ruth- for all of us as well as you and your son! Looks like the two of you had much fun as your search for inspiration yielded some lovely photos!! So glad you are on the mend and the two of you were able to get out and have fun- thanks so much for sharing some of your world- I smiled all the way! xoxo

  8. Cindy B says:

    It was wonderful to wake up and share such a special time. Thank you so much for sharing a bit of time with your son and a bit of your country. I just love this! Wishing you light, love, happiness, and health. Love, Cindy

  9. wandahentges says:

    What a fun walk!! I’m glad you are feeling better!!

  10. You and your son know how to have a great time and make precious memories together!
    Happy you were feeling well enough to get out in the fresh air.
    Such lovely things to see with so much to enjoy.
    Someone may have already told you that your birdie is a Magpie (ask me how I know πŸ˜‰ )
    (((hugs))) from very cold and snowy Virginia, USA

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