August 17, 2017

Wine along the Mosel!

I was going through some pictures recently and found this one taken along the Mosel River in Germany.

I chose to feature this picture in today’s Travel Photo Thursday for a couple reasons.

One is because it looks very peaceful, tranquil, and cool.  This is important because it has been very hot in the San Francisco Bay Area for the last few days!

Moselle River Germany

Moselle River Germany

I really love this part of Germany!  There are many great villages to explore all offering some exquisite German wine!  That is the other reason I included this picture.  I could really enjoy sipping some wine gazing at this beautiful scenery:)

Hope you enjoy it too!

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Comments

  1. Amazing picture! The tranquility projected by the location is quite remarkable.

    Ever since I encountered Mosel river in my preparation for a quiz in school (as a river that passes through France, Luxembourg, and Germany), I have been wanting to visit it.
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  2. julianoswald says:

    Awesome pic..where a family picnic is waiting to be experience. Just the view is enough to relax my mind…
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  3. Lisa says:

    As soon as I looked at the photo of the Moselle I began thinking about all the great Mosel wine!
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  4. A lovely shot! I can see how one could drink wine here for hours.
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  5. Definitely peaceful, tranquil, and cool 🙂
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  6. france says:

    Great photo. i would love to see it personally because i know the experience will be worth it. Seeing its beauty make me feel refreshed. Thank you so much for sharing this one.
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  7. inka says:

    Cooling off in San Francico by looking at a picture from the Mosel, that’s what I call imaginative!
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  8. So calming. I love being near, in and around water.
    Just looking at your photo makes me feel at peace.
    Thanks!
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  9. Great pic, Debbie. Wine and scenery — perfect! But I have to say that I’m enjoying the warm weather in the SF Bay Area right now.. By the way, I didn’t know we were neighbors!
    Cathy Sweeney recently posted..Amsterdam’s Bikes and Boats

    • Debbie Beardsley says:

      Hi Cathy! The weather is a nice change from the non-summer we had last year but it was a tad too hot. I didn’t know you were in the Bay area either. Where are you?

  10. Lovely shot, Debbie! You’re right….it does look very peaceful and I would much prefer to be there than here in the Los Angeles heat too 🙂
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  11. Laurel says:

    Rivers and wine, what more could you want on a hot day? I feel cooler just looking at this photo and love this region of Germany.
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    • Debbie Beardsley says:

      I’m glad you felt cooler looking at this picture! I wonder sometimes if I’m the only one 🙂

      This is a great part of Germany.

  12. Grace says:

    Nice spot for a picninc…wine, cheese and some crusty bread. yum.
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  13. Sabrina says:

    You make me wanna take a wine tour 🙂
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  14. Good post. Seems like you and I agree on many things; cool weather, great views, and tasty wine.

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