Last Sunday I went for a walk to the country. The landscape was magnificent: Green meadows, powerful mountains, leafy forests… But I was caught like a child by the candid beauty of the little wild daisies I found along my path.
I love the brilliant colours of the flowers above all in Spring. They lift my spirits. I enjoy taking pictures of them at the park. Here are some of the images.
We have had a beautiful weekend. Windy, but sunny. Colourful flowers were already blooming in the park.
After a week of constant rains, we thought that we were going to finally have some nice days to walk around and enjoy the view and the city. We even had plans to take my mom out shopping in her wheelchair. She’s been secluded at home for too long because of the bad weather. It was a fleeting hope. Nature is whimsical. And today my window had this view.
It’s not exactly a jungle, but it has green and exuberance.
I think the flowers display the desired color
This week, share a photo of something vibrant. Let’s wash the web with a rainbow of colors to keep the winter gloom at bay.
A flowerbed near my house in a photo taken this morning. The weather was nasty and gloomy: foggy and cold. But against all odds the flowers were already showing their colours joyfully at the park. The city gardeners really are doing a great job these days.
Heavy rains and snow have ruined the flowers in the park. I only have found these survivors
I’m the luckiest. I have the greatest love you can possibly imagine.
It’s tricky, but a good treat for me would be a trip to my beloved homeland, Croatia. I’m longing yo see once more its marvellous shores, its islands, its beautiful cities and towns. Here I have some old pictures from my last trip many years ago.
Meanwhile, flowers are always a good treat.
In response to The Daily Post’s photo prompt: “Treat.”
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Happy Place.”
I can’t drive, so I use to walk a little and sit in a bench at the old park near my house to watch the flowers and the animals
Seasons change so quickly! Which one do you most look forward to? Which is your least favorite?
After the long winter, spring arrives with an army of city gardeners who plant the most beautiful flowers in our parks and streets. There are bright colours everywhere. The cherry trees and the magnolia are blooming. Everything looks new and fresh.
Write about anything you’d like, but make sure that all seven colors of the rainbow — red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet — make an appearance in the post, either through word or image.
Spring has finally arrived to my city and the gardeners have made a beautiful work in parks, squares and streets.
I can enjoy this garden in a park near my home. It’s a very old park, a classic design. The gardeners take very good care of it.
A yellow Narcise.
Orange flowers in the background of this tulip planted in the Castle’s square.
Lots of colours in this garden in a nearby park.