I want to open the shutters and look out of that window!
I hope those are the big, jucy pomegranates, those that split up when they're ripe. I'm so there already.
I love the shot of the house but you know that Pomegranate caught my eye!Sandi
What a wonderful patina on the house walls with their pomegranate hues. And the pomegranate -- one of my favorite fruits for taste, beauty, and mythology! Beautiful photos!
Ah, one of the 7 fruits of Israel, the rimonim! I love that shot. It is begging to be picked and eaten.
@ The Things We Carried,wouldn't we all?It is the loveliest house imaginable,I'll have more images to come!@ lakeviewer said...Yes, they are! @ Sandi McBride said...I wonder why that Pomegranate caught your eye!Need a smile, dear readers?swing over to Sandi's blog, and read all about accidental her pomegranate, er, hibiscus - or was it the other way round ??? - plantation! *grin*.
.@ Vicki Lane said...I fell in love with that pomegranate color the moment I spotted the house just before sunset one evening and returned to it the next morning (these are the morning images). @ sparrow said...The lady of the house picked some ripe pomegranates for me. They are on my kitchen counter right now. I don't know if I'll have the heart to eat them. They are way too beautiful and inspiring to look at! ;-).
Wish I had a fresh pomie tree out my window instead of frozen seeds in the freezer...still either way, fresh or frozen, they are the best preventive for colds and flu IMO...
what a view!
I so love the colors of both photos. The actually remind me of a dusty sunset when the world feels so still and serene.
Loving both photos.Loving Italy,Paz
You went a long way from Rome...
You did a beautiful job capturing the light behind the pomegranate. The transluscent leaves contrast with the rich hues of the fruit and the light illuminates those spiders webs. Gosh, I sound like I might actually be learning something in my class ;)
That weathered terra cotta against the intense blue of the sky is incredible.
.@ ParisBreakfasts:I wouldn't mind either, moving into a house with a pomegranate tree! ;-)@ Shadow:Look at the next post to see the view from that window! ;-)@ Vickie:Yes, that's what I felt around that house, serene. It has a magic aura! :-).
.@ Paz:The area north of Venice is immensely beautiful.@ spacedlaw:I arrived here straight from Rome! ;-).
@ hexe:I am sure your profs are very happy about your progress. When are you going to get that degree? ;-)@ Eileen @ Passions to Pastry:I agree! :-)
Beautiful Merisis. Enjoy your Italian days. I would love to be there with you, to escape the wet, cold days of Trondheim........We are going to Poland on Wednesday, hopefully the weather is better there.
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