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all those vines sure make for some beautiful scenery, don't they! gorgeous =)
This looks positively tropical.I have mixed feelings about the new interface. The post editor is fine but I'm having trouble finding and using some other functions. Some elements no longer display correctly when a post is published.
I am all for greenery on a house as long as no snakes are in it.
It looks to "green" to be named after a World War I general. If you have a street named after an American General, I assume that you also have a street named after Marshall Foch.
Un immeuble surement plus joli avec cette vigne vierge que sans.
D'ac avec Therese!l'immeuble en dessous ne parait pas terrible, la vigne lui donne du charme.
That's a lot of GREEN. Thanks for the link.
The facade is beautiful with green mood.I imagine it is also wonderful with Autumn colors!Léia
Pretty!Wow named after General Pershing from Missouri! We also have a Pershing Blvd, right on the other side of the Liberty Memorial in front of Union Station.
I thought for a moment that a real general planted this vine, it is really wonderful...
Beautiful building. Love the vines.Darryl and Ruth :)
Love walls covered with vines. These framed balconies are particularly cool.
I love the image Ciel, but eeeek! that link was pretty scary!! I'm going to totally freak out when it changes!!
I think the vine softens the hard lines, and in this case I like that.
It is very pretty with all that green, but I wonder if the vines are good for the structure. I have always been told to trim vines away from siding, because the vines tend to damage the structure.
I love all the music opportunities in France!V
@ Jack: that's what I've been told too. But it just looks so pretty and I love to hear the buzz of bees and wasps in it!
Those vines are lovely!Greetings from ArgentinaElisa
@ Dave: yes!
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