Tuesday, August 18, 2009

TRAVELING LADY | FRANKFURT PART TWO







{Update} ... after hearing Dalai Lama's speech; we drove to Frankfurt for a little city sightseeing. it was a nice sunny day and people were preparing for a summer festival. I found Germany a celebrating country! wherever I visited they had a festival at the time!

17 comments:

Simone said...

Thank you for taking me (us) on this adventure by sharing some amazing photos!

SHOKOOFEH said...

oh thank you Simone! :) I am glad you like my photos...

TERI REES WANG said...

Some how before, I just could not get through to comment to you.

This bridge has miraculously been mended.

Wish I could encourage you to indulge us with more words to match your pics.

I am sure you have much to say.

Be well.
Do good.
All ways.
All days.
Stay true.

SHOKOOFEH said...

TERI REES WANG, you're absolutely right. I will add more words to the pictures.

Thank you!

Paulina said...

What lovely pictures!!!

Ju said...

Hi I just found your blog, I love the vintage look of your pictures, or are they really vintage?

Ju ;)

emily said...

oooh i just love that you saw the dalai lama. so jealous.

Sara said...

Aww!! We have buildings like the one in the second photo in Egypt!!

in company with sparkles said...

I am loving all your travel photos and recent posts! What a lovely season. It makes me so excited to travel again in September!

Your guest post was great. You are so classy girl!

loves,
Cait

Jeanne-ming said...

Fantastic photos dear one!

Shaddy said...

More sights to tantalize me regarding Germany. Oh how I wish I could travel to far away places!

Thank you for sharing glimpses of where you were and what you saw.

Kiki said...

The colors are fabulous! they give me a high summer innocent-child-like-feeling!

Farmgirl Paints said...

Hi,
Thanks for stopping by my blog. So great to have you. Love your pictures. Now I'm off to look around some more:)

My heart asks pleasure said...

Yes, indeed, summertime is festival time in Germany, even the tiniest village has it's own. There are wine festivals, horse markets, sheperd's race,... near where I live. Every weekend another fesival! But it's so cool, you meet so many people there, a bit like offline facebook :D

PS: I love your name because if you pronounce it in German it would mean chocolade fairy :) (I bet you know that)

Daisy said...

Such pretty photos, I am glad you are having a lovely time ! Germany was full of such friendly people when I was there!

Stacey Renee said...

Shokoofeh, I really enjoy your beautiful photos too! I love those of you in the country in your past post, and I love these vintage-looking pictures in the city. Thank you for your encouragement, also!! Cheers.

pepper said...

fantastic photos, I love!
x Pepper