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So beautiful!Have a nice weekend!Léia :-)
Your wisteria photos are just wonderful. The scent along these streets must be fantastic!
You are excused for going a bit wisteria mad!
Haven't been able to do visiting this week, but happy to see your return, Ciel! Sounds like a good holiday you had and did you ever bring back spring in full blossom. The wysteria images are superb!
Really amazing how long these vines can grow!
I don't get wistful for Wisteria...although I have to admit it is pretty. I think these houses are gorgeous! What great character. Again, your photography is superb!
Beautiful shade of purple. Bon weekend.
Heavenly. Thank you.
Oh! So much glorious beauty!
Comme d'accueillantes banderoles de bienvenue.
great .. habe wenig zeit zu gucken aber zum glück laufen die bilder nicht weg ..lg andrea
I would not resist posting the 1st photo too! :-) It's gorgeous!
The stonework is so beautiful.
Hi Ciel, many thanks for all your comments which I have been enjoying, even the : ;-} !"Good grief" is just right for the dogs... have been enjoying your Pont Croix pictures, am going to have to find the shots I took there last summer and post a couple... take care and thanks for stopping by ! Cheers !
I'm so thrilled about your great series of three parts. All the photos are so soothing - balm for the soul. I'm delighted about your great work! Have a nice and peaceful weekend.Juergen
Wisteria is beautiful, I just wish it lasted longer. As Breton is very similar to Welsh if you have an understanding of either its an easy guess for many words. Brittany is wonderful too.
I am loving the wisteria shots! Viewing them large-size is a real treat.Sharon
Pretty flowers the building compliments the colors.
I like the first shot because it looks like a agiant wisteria snake swallowing a window! I love the contrast of the stone and flowers too...beautiful textures.
The wisteria is beautiful! Things are really starting to bloom here in the Pacific Northwest now. Nice work.
Verily I say that Bob Crowe is a hopeless romantic trapped in the heartless body of a lawyer!! Just kidding BC!!! I will say I have just had a look at this gorgeous series and I'm feeling a little woozy myself. Ok , I'll concede that French wisteria is prettier than ours. Quelle surprise!!!V
Hmmm, love the way they cling and trail, very attractive.
Oh my! That is simply gorgeous. The wysteria goes so well with the stone building - awesome!
Amazing photos! Great compositions of these beautiful flowers and old walls!
...And I would like to see more about this fabulous building. Your way to capture it is unique.
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