I would love to just be in your photos...
what a lovely walk, really enjoyed the wildflowers, and delighted to see D'Ora romping around as good as new!
NO KIDDING! Who would not be happy there?
I can't choose which is my favourite, I just want to be there!
Looks a cool place to go for a nature walk. Thanks for dropping by in my blog. Have a great day!
You are so right - I could be very happy wandering around that countryside - it is really beautiful
I would love to live there! My dream!
Desculpa, umas palavras em português.Não resisti a espreitar para ver quem era a Maria que desejava também os parabens a Nelson Mandela.As tuas fotos são maravilhosas. Estranho, ao invés de papoilas vermelhas nos trigais, aí são flores azuis. Achei muito engraçada essa diferença.Maria (Escrevi)Portugal
Hello from Colorado. I love your pictures. Makes me want to get out and do a hike. The 3rd picture is my favorite.
rose and mary, thanks for enjoying the walk with me!suzi-k, I am so happy that D'Ora is healthy again and enjoys life... Thanks for stopping by!Hi laughingwolf! Nice to meet you!louise, this place was really special. Only a few isolated farms around, a few fields with corn, and the rest only meadows with cattle. You are very lonely here, nobody around!anonymous, come and visit Vienna again, 1970 is so long ago! :)gallicissa, Austria is a good place for hiking. The hills here north of the Alps are not very high, but very lovely and you can walk endlessly and with a wonderful view over the landscape. Hiking in the Alps is still more exciting.max-e, have you been there in Austria already for vacation?eastcoastlife, thank you!escrevi, I translated your lines with babelfish and understood most of it. The blue flowers are cornflowers and usually they grow together with red corn poppy. I love the colours very much!Hi tommy, that's what I was aiming for... ;) I also love the third best.
What a lovely place to be. MB
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