Vissna rosor och levande pelargoner
Our host this week is Tina. She asks us for… Something Different. I give you – my Magnolia tree in April. I must have flowers, always, and always. – Claude Monet Magnolia is a large genus of about 210 flowering plant species of the family Magnoliaceae. It is named after French botanist Pierre Magnol. […]Read Post ›
Climate Change is here now Time to act – 10-15-20 years ago. Now is the last minute – World leaders, WAKE UP!
Christmas in Sweden also means many Christmas markets to visit, where local people can put their work on display, and there is a lot of chatting and big smiles. This year we only visited one market, and came home with some lovely presents of course… This young woman was a talented painter with somewhat a […]Read Post ›
I guess everybody knows this little beauty as Epiphyllum… …but its real name is Schlumbergera truncata (false Christmas cactus as a house plant) This is my beloved yellow lady!
The days just fly…and it is Monday again. In Sweden the first snow has arrived, and further north it is staying white. My photos this week are from my garden last week – when we had some magical, glittering mornings. Asters unfurling in the warming sun Until reaching their full splendour
So, I finally decided to try macro. A walk in the garden and a first try. Fading summer flowers Becoming a tomato Curling up for the night
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Red There are so many kinds of reds… …but my favorite ones are always natural Of course the Swedish Falu red (made from copper) house is a must, and so is Christmas red! Wishing you all a lovely week!