Wednesday, 31 July 2013

L'invasion du n° 46 par les feuilles vertes

Number 46 is being invaded... by green leaves!

20 comments:

Olivier said...

voila ce que l'on peut nommer de "mur vegetal". C'est superbe

Sylvia K said...

Invaded indeed, but surely is a beautiful green! Hope your week is going well, Ciel! Enjoy!

Jack said...

It is pretty, Ciel, but over here we are discouraged from letting greenery cover a building's walls. It damages the surface underneath and it traps moisture against the wall's surface.

Randy said...

Wow, you wouldn't have to repaint.

Kate said...

Certainly makes a great photo!

Bergson said...

pas facile de fermer les volets

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

Who needs shutters? It's like a big green hug.

JM said...

Just fabulous!

Birdman said...

As Jack says it's a bit of a double-edged sword.
Beauty vs. Damage.
What's your poison?

PerthDailyPhoto said...

When it looks so good you tend to not think about the negatives..or maybe that's just moi haha! I have such a wall.. No. 46 is tres gorgeous Ciel.

Michelle said...

How lovely!

llandudnopictures said...

Gorgeous lush leaves at No 46!

Diane AZ said...

So beautiful! Much nicer to be covered by green leaves than crawling with scorpions. :)

VP said...

Amazing! I hope the leaves will remain green for a while!

Karl Demetz said...

Wow, beautiful, looks so natural :)

Small City Scenes said...

Noxious, invasive plant. Certain types of ivy are considered very unwanted but it is sometimes beautiful.
BTW: is CDP going to do the 1st of the month theme this month? I ask you because you will ask Julie. right? MB

Loree said...

I love invasions by green leaves. BTW, I added a photo of the chapel interior. I have no idea how I forgot it.

Andrew Fulton said...

Wonderful to see...

Lowell said...

It is very pretty but doesn't that stuff damage the material underneath. We had ivy growing on our house in Ocala but it destroyed the stucco when you tried to remove it. Looked good, though!

So who lives at #46?

Barbara Farr said...

Very pretty.