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Ineffable Wanderlust: Uitwaaien

Uitwaaien — a Dutch word meaning “to take a brief break in the countryside to clear one’s head”
Pronunciation: Out-vye-in

I envisaged taking an actual walk in the countryside to give myself a break, but that simply did not happen in March. I am not sure that a brief break even happened in March (at least it did not happen when I had a camera in my hand).

Here are two images from last summer’s break in Maine. A simple garden at the train museum in Boothbay Harbor cleared my mind, and the images remind me how a few minutes can create a visual cue bringing you back to that moment. Enjoy!


This is my contribution is to the Ineffable Wanderlust blog circle, made up of an amazing group of fellow photographers.  I can’t wait to explore each of their uitwaaien.  You can start by clicking here to Vicki Alford’s uitwaaien.  xx

Rachel - I always love your colours in your photos and the blurring. So beautiful!

Anna - Beautiful colors. I love the 2nd one. Uitwaaien is indeed living in the moment to clear your head! Lovely Lin. ❤?

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