Oh, what a gorgeous bouquet of pictures :-)
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I second Wandring Star above...enchanting display of lush beauty. Recently, my in laws bought flowers for a wedding and the arrangements looked stiff and forced-they were upset with the result. I think flowers are beautiful just collected together the way you see here...it takes a special person to make them look better than their natural state...it could be impossible. <3
Merisi, I love seeing Vienna through your eyes and the lens of your camera. What a beautiful way to start your day -- and mine.
If I lived there, I would spend all my money on bouquets for the house!
I adore the 2nd one on the concrete. I like the contrast of something so soft and fragile against something so hard and durable.
It's cool to see such a riot of colors together.
Dort war ich noch nie. Diese Fülle an Farben ist schön!Apropos, der Marillen Cobbler war genial! Ich hab ihn auch mit Dinkelmehl gemacht. Nur mit Pecans statt mit Mandeln. Weil ich kein Eis esse, habe ich dein Rat befolgt und ein Glas eiskalter Milch getrunken
Several bouquets of delight!
The flowers are lovely! The second pic takes the cake for me - natural beauty - thanks for sharing!
So colourful and beautiful!I was out in the garden this afternoon, replanting my sweetpeas. Then my dear neighbour came over with the most beautiful, huge bouquet, picked in her garden, for me.
Gorgeous flowers! As summer deepens, so do the flower colors. These are so bright and vivid after May's more pastel palette.
More gorgeous colors.
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