Friday 25 March 2011

More Photos From Back Home In Germany

Hope you enjoy these pictures of some cakes, a swimming pool, a breakfast table, the weekly farmer's market round the corner from my grandparents, the Landfrauenmarkt (Country Women's Craft Fair), a windmill, some landscape and details from the farmhouse café Frelsdorfermühlen.


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  1. Thankyou for visiting my blog.
    Those cakes look lovely, I hope you bought one!
    Lovely photos.

  2. The one with the green and aqua door is my favorite. The farmers market also looks lovely. I would love to have access to one like that.

  3. Fantastic photos. Almost as good as your rhubarb and custard jam, mmmmmmmmmmmmm

  4. @Nathan and Aimee

    :o) When I saw those colours I wanted to take a picture straight away!

    And I do miss the "Wochenmarkt" ('weekly market'), because in Germany shopping like that is just a part of life and the produce is local and affordable, whereas in London I sometimes feel like it's part of a 'lifestyle' and only well off trendy people shop at a farmer's market. They are also more infrequent here. Sorry, this turned into a rant now...

  5. What WONDERFUL pictures! :) thanks for sharing... Looks like you had fun! Makes me miss Berlin... I went to the flohmarkt every week, it was a blast. And all the wonderful pastry shops, yum!

  6. @...julia...

    I agree, Berlin flea markets are the best! You can buy everything there!!!

  7. Oh, I love all these images! Just gorgeous! Also, great photo of the food on the table. It reminds me of when I was in Germany and the breakfasts I had there.

    Have a sweet day Annika!
    p.s. me and the hubby are visiting my parents in Alberta next year, so definitely will be passing through the Rockies from Vancouver.

  8. @shopgirl

    Thank you. If Germans got something right, it's the art of having breakfast, I think. When we visit my parents, we always get treated to a big one, and usually they save themselves cooking us lunch that way.

    Marco and I took a road trip to Banff from Vancouver once, I loved the mountains. Do you miss home sometimes?


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