Wednesday, June 29, 2011

WORDLESS WEDNESDAY - VINES IN PARADIZE

Veyrier 13 1 bis

Veyrier 12 1 bis

Veyrier 9 1 bis

Veyrier 7 1 bis

Veyrier 10 2 bis

Veyrier 8 1 bis

51 comments:

  1. Cet article porte très bien son nom, wow!

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  2. I came to have a look at your Daring Baker's delight, but I was stunned with this scenic picture.

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  3. Le contraste entre les nuages menacants et la nature paisible est tres bien rendu je trouve. L'orage a t'il eclate, finalement?

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  4. Ces nuages apporteront peut-être la pluie tant attendue! Quelle paix se dégage de tes photos! Bises...

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  5. This would be perfection out my window!

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  6. Such a beautiful green.
    Clearly you're in summer!
    Enjoy

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  7. Indescribable!! What a blessing. Very beautiful pictures.

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  8. Wonderful photos, as usual. ;-)

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  9. PAZ: Thanks, dear! I hope that you are doing well. I tried leaving a comment on your blog, but was unsuccessful... Cheers.

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  10. Beautiful, the rural environment seems inexhaustible. Do you know, what the farmer grows in pic 3 ?

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  11. LAMIACUCINA: Thanks! I really have no idea... Do you know?

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  12. Everything is so lush and green. A beautiful summer moment.

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  13. You see, I am a country girl, I can definitely picture myself living here. So tranquil !

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  14. Beautiful place ~ Stunning pictures!
    US Masala

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  15. Wonderful pictures ! It is a little as to be in vacations for a couple of minutes.
    Bises

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  16. Lovely shots, as usual!! Love the greenery..

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  17. Definitely vines in paradise-lovely.

    Cheers.
    Velva

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  18. I love how green everything is how picturesque and dramatic the land is. Wonder what that great rusted device is used for?

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  19. I am so lucky to also live in a country where we grow grapes and have excelelnt wine too.It looks so peaceful on your pics.I am imagining a picnicunder the tree nearby and endless lazy summerday:)

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  20. Such picteresque shots! So peaceful and relaxing...

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  21. Tous ces pieds de vignes ont l'air d'avoir les feuilles dressées sur la tête... par quoi sont-ils effrayés? L'Orage?

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  22. These pictures are so peaceful, Rosa, and lush and green. I want to fall asleep in the sunshine there on a warm, summer afternoon. :-)

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  23. Wow Rosa trop beau! J'aime la verdure et ce bleu pâle des nuages, magnifique! I'm willing to spend the rest of my life in this peaceful place!
    Cheers,
    Bisous

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  24. Lovely-Lovely-Lovely wordless Wednesday, Rosa!

    Gorgeous shots as always!

    Hugs,

    Aldy.

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  25. Each photo is a delight, Rosa. That is such a lovely, peaceful corner of our planet. You are fortunate!

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  26. Gorgeous, bright, cheerful & fabulous! :)

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  27. Un grand plaisir comme toujours, comme les tons sont doux et beaux chez toi... Je note au passage ta jolie recette de pizza turque... Bises

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  28. WOW ... W-O-N-D-E-R-F-U-L PHOTOS!!

    Sending positive vibes and smiles in your path! (((-:

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  29. Hi again, Rosa. Unfortunately, I'm having technical difficulties with my blog. Readers are unable to leave comments ,and I cannot put up a post. When the problem is fixed, I'll be back to blogging and you will be able to leave a comment, which I'll be very happy to see. ;-)

    Hugs,
    Paz

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  30. Look at all this glory! Are those grape vines?

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  31. Oooh, wonder what kind of grapes are growing there? ;)

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  32. Very peaceful and green pictures..Love your eye!

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  33. What lovely greenery. Great shots!

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  34. Fantastic shots and so soothing to the eyes...

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  35. MICHELLE CHIN & FOODHOE: It is an old grape press.

    ELLE MARIE: Yes, they are grape vines.

    CAROLYN JUNG: They grow Gamay, Pinot Noir, Garanoir, Chasselas, Pinot Blanc/Gris and Auxerrois.

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  36. Beautiful shots of the vineyard! They bring about peace and serenity...

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  37. Gorgeous and I want one of those grape presses :)

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  38. simply stunning, I love the colors!!

    thank you for sharing

    sweetlife

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  39. Superbes paysages Rosa!

    Biz! :)

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  40. you made me laugh with this "Grandmas are moms with lots of frosting.":), you're so sweet!

    For me grandma is a mom with lots of apple pies and good food :)

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  41. tes photos sont tellement belles! j'ai envie de courir dans l'herbe♥

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