Beautiful photos!! I love the bamboo with the delicate pink flowers ... lovely!
one never grows weary of Soda CitronorViennese Iced CoffeeorPale Pink Roses,at least,that is my thinkingon such matters...
A feast for the eyes and the stomach!
Such beautiful roses . . . and the food -- I think I have to go find something to eat. . .
Ahhhh -- see?That fourth picture -- see. You make me want to be a part of that conversation there.Visiting your site is like a trip to a place I want to be.Always!
Great atmosphere, a touch of elegance and good taste, the coffee looks superb!
Pure and simple elegance, missing no special touches~
Thank you for your wonderful comments! These are sweet memories of a beautiful day more than two years ago.Cheers,Merisi
My Lana made me a delicious cup of hot chocolate and coffee last night. I thought I was in Vienna.
Love the light.Love the flowers.Love the coffee.Love the colours, either pale or loud.Love the reflections.Love the flowers arrangement.Love the food arrangement.Love the cup and saucer arrangement.BUT I HATE BAMBOOS !!!ARGH !!! Our neighbours' bamboos have been such a pain in our necks for years !!! To me they do not symbolize the zen/serene attitude at all !Hate bamboos.Marie-Noëlle
pretty flowers and delicious-looking dessert
The bamboo flower vase is so lovely!
I didn't even notice the bamboos...Lushly beautiful..Must go back and look for Marie-Noelles bamboos..
But the bamboo adds the essential touch of green to the pinks...MUST have the bamboo!
Our last Sunday lunch wasn't fancy or "proper" like this delightful one, but it was still family and that's what made it good.We all bought our own sandwiches at a store and came home to our house and ate in the backyard. The weather was perfect and everyone just sat and talked and laughed a lot.Perfect Day to me...
love the floral arrangements - definitely will be popping up on my brunch table!
oooooh, lovely, all of it.The "talking" hands are so entrancing, too. Beautiful, Merisi.
That rose looks good enough to eat, bamboo and all....
I think that my previous comment was mistaken, have to add this : our next-door neighbour grows bamboos in his garden. They look nice but their roots are NOT upright, they go sideways... and the shoots are terrible, they creep underground far and fast !!! They can grow through tree roots and trunks, they can push through anything (even cement)... Cutting them or pulling them out do not help, there they are, spreading on and on...A real nightmare !!! They drive me mad, that's why I can't stand bamboos, and that's why I can't hold them as the symbol of serenity.In my previous comment, it was just a sort of touch of humour from my part, through my own experience (as opposed to what bamboos usually convey), nothing at all against your photos, Merisi... Hope you got it that way.Marie-Noëlle
Luscious. All of it.
The flowers and bamboo are SO pretty! It makes the room look so light and airy :D Once again, you've managed to transport me from this dreary office, to your wonderful world of beauty! Thanks, Merisi!
Thank you all for your kind comments, I enjoyed each and everyone immensely! Marie-Noëlle, please don't worry, I got the humour! ;.)))xxx
I wish I could paint still lifes the way you photograph them...
Beautiful memories from a beautiful Sunday lunch.Hands resembling beautiful bamboos :-)
It all looks so exquisite, dear Merisi - a lovely rendevous for friends. How I would love to join you there one Sunday!
bEAUTIFUL REMEMBERS !!!
looks like a lovely day well spent.
Art, definitely.Love the bamboo flower holders.LL
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