Six Word Saturday 12.04.21 and Life in Colour: black/grey

  1. Heyjude says:

    I’d love to see that view for real!

  2. I had the same thought as Heyjude. I’d love to see that view in person. 😀

  3. Sue says:

    Yep, I want to see that view in person!

  4. scr4pl80 says:

    Wow. I think I may put visiting Italy on my bucket list.

  5. Seems like a portal to another world!

  6. Amazing shot, Janet! When I first saw it, I thought it was the view from a window! (Which I guess is the point, but . . .) 🌞

  7. de Wets Wild says:

    What a clever use of that portrait!

    And how about them Blitzbokke?

    • We’re just watching them play GB right now on replay and loving it. They play beautiful rugby. Selvyn Davids is my favorite. Love how he runs and dekes! Does RSA have a women’s team? If so, they’re not in Dubai. I’m looking forward to next year when the All Blacks are back but the Blitzboks may have stolen my heart.

      • de Wets Wild says:

        Enjoy it, Janet! Yes, South Africa has women playing the game – both the 15’s and 7’s versions – and they’re going to make inroads into the rankings pretty soon. Look out!

      • My husband played rugby for years so it’s fun watching with him. I’m learning more about the rules which makes it more fun. When I first saw a rugby game, long before I met him, it seemed to me there were no rules, that the ball was just thrown out, and everyone just smashed everyone else. 😉

      • de Wets Wild says:

        There would have been a lot fewer rules when you watched your first game! These days the whistle often seems to be the 31st player (or the 15th) on the field.

    • I’m guessing you probably already know the final results and that the Blitzbokke (is that the plural) won. At least I hope so. We’ll be watching tomorrow. The Australian women are pretty amazing as well.

      • de Wets Wild says:

        I won’t spoil the results for you, Janet. Enjoy watching!

        The correct plural for “bok” in Afrikaans is “bokke”, yes, but even here in South African English they’re often referred to as “The ‘Boks”.

  8. Amy says:

    That is a beautiful view, I remember…