Pipe Dream #17: To Live With Flowers, Revisited

Easily one of my favorite things about living in England is that the grass stays green all year round. It is so heartening. I purposely scheduled this post for the middle of January so that if anyone is feeling a little bit of SAD kicking in, they can have a boost. I took these shots in the middle of October, and the grounds had beautiful flowers well into November. Craziness! Enjoy these.  :]  A belated Christmas present from me to you.

I wish Christmas was all year round, minus the snow, plus the flowers,

L

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2 Responses to “Pipe Dream #17: To Live With Flowers, Revisited”


  1. 1 SimmerSnow January 11, 2012 at 8:28 am

    I love the second photo; the fern growing from the rock is like a octopus!

  2. 2 cravesadventure January 11, 2012 at 1:37 pm

    Love Your Photos:) Thanks for sharing!


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