Wow, I've never such flowers...so girly pink. I love it.
soft and stunning all at once! It could be the lack of color in my winter world that makes these so luscious, but more I think it is your photography.Plus your blog header is wonderful!
As I downloaded your blog and saw these pinks.."delicate" was the word that came to mind!! Love the pink shade!I'll see you from Arizona next TF! NG
Alpenveilchen?? Meine Mami liebt diese sooooooooooooo sehr :) und ich finde sie auch allerliebst und bezaubernd. Habe immer ein Stöckchen am Fenster stehen. Wünsche Dir eine ganz tolle Woche, alles Liebe - Kessi
Maria, ich danke dir fuer das Gedichtlein es ist auch schoen. Ich meinte: Hoffman von Fallersleben, sorry es heisst: Schoener Fruehling komm doch wieder etc.. Ich wuensche dir eine schoene Woche.
Your photos are so delicate! thanks for sharing and for visiting!
Hi Maria :)When I enlarged the photos, the flowers looked luscious,delicate, juicy, alluring and gorgeous that I wanted to eat them. But they are just photos and all that I could do was to sit and stare at the enlarged photos. Are these flowers edible?Marvelous photos!You said they look like flamingos. I thought flamingos were white and not pink. It is quite possible I am color blind or my knowledge of flamingos is very limited.Whatever it is, those flamingo looking flowers are a treat to watch and many thanks for your lovely photos. I greatly appreciate your skill in photography.Have a beautiful day
I love Cyclamen. I have the Hardy cyclamen growing outside. they are tinier than the florist type but just as beautiful. thanks for sharing. MB
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Great minds think alike for sure! I posted cyclamens too and I appreciated the comparison to pink flamingos.Happy week!
What a beautiful shade of pink. Love when you click and enlarge their beauty.
Ah Maria, I wish you could be here for a Spaziergang. The cyclamens are blooming all over the woods and wild places. They are beloved and protected in Israel and no one picks them. We even have songs about the "rakefet."
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