Friday, April 23, 2010

glicine

I love this little courtyard. Today the gates were swung open, invitingly. 
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16 comments:

  1. They really look inviting you to step in Eleonora..
    Have a nice weekend.
    Costas

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  2. You find these in old cities.
    I always envy the people that live there.
    Good on you! I wouldn't have missed the opportunity either!

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  3. What a nice find! It's lovely.

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  4. Bello!

    I don't have a courtyard, but my big--25' (8m) tall--old flowering crab apple tree is blooming in my front yard.

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  5. Lovely courtyard. We both posted some 'glicine' today...

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  6. Wow, that is bEAUtiful!
    It looks like the weather is nice? I will be there next wednesday and hoping for sunshine. (My only other time in Rome it was pouring but still amazing, of course!)

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  7. I try to practice a prayer of gratitude every day. But, every so often a little envy creeps in. Like right now. Oh, to be the owner of that property.

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  8. Such lovely flowers and colors and I imagine fragrance! Ahhh

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  9. That's so lovely - the wisteria blossom is not out here in UK yet. It's a favourite of mine.

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  10. Oh! It's like a little bit of heaven.

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  11. What a lovely, lovely lovely place! Who may be the lucky inhabitants??

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  12. Beautiful wisteria. And I love the scrolled ironwork on the windows and doors. Lucky people who live here!

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  13. Wonderful! I just planted two wisteria blossom in my garden. Hope they look like that in a couple of years.

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