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Sunday, 22 April 2012

Here Comes the Sun



On such a glorious day, what better than to share the fruits and flowers of the garden ...


 





11 comments:

T Opdycke said...

What sunny and bright photos. It looks like the sun is shining brightly in your world.

aguja said...

Yes it is!

tinajo said...

Oh, I´m so envious - we´ve had too grey and cold days for a while. Today I do think it will get a bit sunny though! :-)

Melissa Sarno said...

That first flower is absolutely stunning!

aguja said...

My hope was that these photographs would send cheer and sunshine to your hearts. Thank you for commenting.

Paulita said...

I love these yellows. In all our other houses, we've always painted the kitchen yellow. Here, our house is open so a different colored kitchen would look weird.

Olga said...

Lemons? In Toronto, it is cold and rainy for the second day now. How can I make it so that we can create lemonade out of these lemons?

(Diane) Bibliophile By the Sea said...

Those look so very very lovely:)

Style, She Wrote said...

I hope so! It is too rainy here. xo style, she wrote

aguja said...

I send to you all the scent of fresh lemons - would that I could send you some. The other fruits are Nisperos, which contain lots of vitamins. The tree grew from a stone from one that my husband dropped onto the soil!
Paulita, yellow is supposed to be a colour that creates deprssion ... but I have always wondered about that as it is too vibrant and cheerful a colour.

Spangle said...

I love the colours in the first picture.