I love the wispy red sage... even the pots just perfectly weathered!
Flowers are such a joy! All of these images make me smile. Beautiful!!
LIQUID SKY ARTS:Oh yes, I have a soft spot for those weathered pots, too. :-)DEBBIE EGIZIO:I agree and I am amazed how many flowers can be found in small villages like Rust and pPeople really tend to them lovingly.
I love your garden's flowers .So beautiful and peacefulMélanie
I love your flowers too, and the lovely weathered pots. You say where you come from is flat. Austria?!!! Although I once did drive through Austria and didn't even see a mountain. It was so rainy, the clouds were down and not a peak in site although we did drive from Salzburg to Udine!British farmers keep cows' dung in great heaps that turn into a sort of slurry and then they put it in a tanker that trails behind a tractor and then it is spread out over the fields as fertisizer. Muck Spreading it is called, and you always know when it is being done. You close the windows!Lorenzo.
Your flowers pictures are so beautiful. I especially like the red sage and the red and white rose. It's so hot here that everthing is looking scorched. Thanks for reminding me of the beauty elsewhere.
Such a diverse selection and each lovelier than the next. Merci bien!
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