Friday, 18 July 2008

A place to be happy

















13 comments:

Rose said...

I would love to just be in your photos...

Mary said...

Beautiful photos!

Suzi-k said...

what a lovely walk, really enjoyed the wildflowers, and delighted to see D'Ora romping around as good as new!

laughingwolf said...

wonderful :)

Louise said...

NO KIDDING! Who would not be happy there?

Anonymous said...

I can't choose which is my favourite, I just want to be there!

Gallicissa said...

Looks a cool place to go for a nature walk. Thanks for dropping by in my blog. Have a great day!

Max-e said...

You are so right - I could be very happy wandering around that countryside - it is really beautiful

eastcoastlife said...

I would love to live there! My dream!

Escrevi said...

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

Tommy said...

Hello from Colorado. I love your pictures. Makes me want to get out and do a hike. The 3rd picture is my favorite.

Maria said...

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.

Small City Scenes said...

What a lovely place to be. MB