Goodmorning on another sunny and warm day in the Netherlands.
Last week I posted a picture and a haiku of the “Isabella passage” and wondered where the name came from. Well, I did some research and it is most likely that the name refers to the Catholic Saint Isabella. Middelburg is an ancient city full of history, monuments, old buildings and stories. It’s pretty interesting to dive into that and learn more about this town I live in… (for photos and a ‘tourist walk’ go to this blogpost that I wrote in May)
The Isabella passage is just around the corner but today I kept it even closer to home… this big Oak tree stands in a neighbour garden and the photo was taken from my balcony.
|Kijk, de oude Eik
vangt het laatste zonlicht van
deze mooie dag
|Look, the old Oak tree
catches the last sunrays of
this beautiful day.
I submit today’s haiku to Recuerda Mi Corazon where our lovely hostess Rebecca brings us all together to share haiku on this Friday event Haiku my Heart.
I wish you all a wonderful weekend.
Find a tree to sit under.