Ancient as time, favourite tree: the oak, animal: the wolf, flower: Anemone hepatica, place: a forest near water.Bird: too numerous to name,camera permanently grafted to hand, lover of light, nature, the sea, mountains, deserts,all forests, musing on the essence of being,loving all things great and small, caring for this wonderful planet of ours.
I love the little blooms on rosemary and pansies always remind me of my Grandmother who loved them.ReplyDelete
I love the cheery face of a Pansy.Hope your day is filled with joy.ReplyDelete
Beautiful flowers. I love the color of your Rosemary; mine is a more insipid blue than yours is.ReplyDelete
Beautiful Pansies and Rosemary. The Rosemary is a herb,right?ReplyDelete
Lovely flowers Arija - the pansy is so beautiful! And you have summer, while I have winter. Snow is covering everything, but today we had a little promise of spring coming!ReplyDelete
love the blue color of the rosemary!ReplyDelete
I do not believe I have ever seen Rosemary blooms before. They are a beautiful blue. Such a pretty pansy to. They are such tough little flowers.ReplyDelete
I love the color of the Rosemary. It doesn't grow as a perennial around home.ReplyDelete
Love your flowers and pictures!!ReplyDelete
Can't wait to see them grow in our garden again.
Arija, I didn't know the flower of Rosemary (my name) I only knew dry as seasoning. And the Pansy is beautiful in any color.ReplyDelete
Have a good week, dear!
These flowers are beautiful signs of summer. We have rosemary here also and pansies are one of my favorite flowers. Thanks for this taste of what will come again.ReplyDelete
The blue of the rosemary is so nice.... I sould think the egde is a beautful sight to see...ReplyDelete
Beautiful! The rosemary photo is supurb and I always love pansies. I grow many of them in the summer, which is still several months away here.ReplyDelete
Beautiful pictures! I love the blue of Rosemary!ReplyDelete
Oh, the blooming rosemary has been captured at uts peak and evokes fond memories of a villa in the Fiesole Hills of Florence!ReplyDelete
The little pansy is quite a tough little thing, surviving your kind of summers! Here, they start drooping in June but bloom profusely in late fall up to the first snowfall and sometimes continue to blossom even then. And the are among the first to peek out of the snow as soon as the sun helps them through.
Rosemary, a lovely herb and so delicate to view in your lovely photograph. Pansies were my father's favorite flower. He passed over in 1980, and whenever I see them, I remember how fond he was of them. Have a blessed week~ReplyDelete
I love Rosemary. Wow, look at that pansy. Most of the time I don't pay attention to them but look at the ppaterns! I will examine them from now on! How are you dearest?ReplyDelete
The Pansy is my favorite flower, Arija - it reminds me of my Mother who had "a way" with them. She'd plant them in shade or slightly under shrubs, so they could survive summer's heat. Actually, they are one flower that thrives in my cool mountain environment. I hope you are feeling well.ReplyDelete
I came looking for summer, thanks for the peek.ReplyDelete
beautiful! a joy to the eye, in the white desert that Romania is at the time (1.5 m snow already, and increasing...)ReplyDelete
I love that blue color Arija. Just like little bells, too and I can just imagine the smell. Do you dry the Rosemary?ReplyDelete
I love Pansies too. They come in so many different interesting colors.
That is one tough pansy!ReplyDelete
Beautiful flowers, especially the pansy. Mom and Dad always had pansies and they remind me of them. Glad your 4-legged (and 6 and 2-legged) friends are looking out for you while the Prof is away.ReplyDelete
Good morning dearest Arija. Sending you warm loving thoughts today.ReplyDelete
What an incredible blossom. I am not at all familiar with this plant, but it sounds like one I would like to get to know better. Iflorist.co.ukReplyDelete