What bright colors in the middle of winter. Lovely photos.
I love that third picture for its simple geometry.
How odd....where are the windows???
I have to say, your photos are so incredibly captivating! I really enjoy looking at them.
Lakeviewer,The weather has been so warm and almost springlike lately and I usually need the week after Thanksgiving anyway to slowly ease myself into the spirit of the Christmas season. The red rose is but a hint of the Christmas reds to come, I thought, and the last geraniums and blue skies were so uplifting, I wanted to share them.Vicki Lane,I could not help but smile when I spotted that lone wooden door opening up onto the flat roof of a contemporary addition to the old farmhouse.Kay,I think the door was an afterthought, to have access to the roof of the more recent addition. Farm houses in that area used to be built like townhouses, in rows along the street, the back opening to the vineyards and meadows. I suppose an older building between two of these homes was demolished, the now exposed wall a firewall in its former configuration.Linnea W,thank you so much! :-)I would like to thank each and every visitor for the kind comments on my blog. I try to visit your blogs in turn, not always immediately, but I use my comments box as a running "favorites" list. So, seeing you here and there, and always a pleasure!
Love the simplicity of these pictures !! You make me dream
That rose is so perfectly formed.
Ooops I don't know if I have ever seen the red, white and blue so beautifuly represented!
Especially that first and last. xoerin
Exquisite...what else can one say?ohmerci!
That red rose photo would make a wonderful wedding invitation card!Once again, delighted by the photos and your choice of poem. I hadn't read this one by Aitken. Love it!
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