Wednesday, 30 June 2010

Colour around the village.

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Not got a lot of time to post at the moment so thought I show you a few photos of things in our little village. Hope you like them.

12 comments:

Jenny said...

Can't wait to be there!!!

chris, milatos said...

Nature at its best.

Lois Evensen said...

How very lovely. :) It was fun touring your village with you.

soggibottom said...

Love them, would also love to pick the fruit from the tree :-) x x x

Francien said...

What a lovely images Judith...i sure do like them...i will always remember those little bleu doors...most of the time when i open them at friends houses in Kozani there were lovely gardens and little beautiful houses behind them...
greetings Francien.

Lynn said...

I love seeing around your village...so much color and many plants that live in California too.

solomi558 said...

The first plant you are showing reminds me of my sister in law Adroulla, she planted one in her garden and because it is a varigated colour felt sure she had a rare speciman , How disappointed she was after phoning the Cyprus Mail to come and look. They explained they grew all over the world .--cottonreel

solomi558 said...

Thank you Judith for your comment on th shabby chic cottage quilt

It is sometimes difficult finding time to sew but carry on collecting bits .--cottonreel

Sea Gypsy said...

Hey girl! I always love visiting you and seeing what you are doing. I love the storage space you made.Beautiful flowers! Have a beautiful week!

Graham said...

If only flights where cheaper id be spending summer out there.

theodora said...

I just discovered your blog, I also quilt ,and live in athens ,greece I happen to be a follower of jennys and I was reading her blog about being in Crete and mentioned you I enjoy your blog .will visit again . theodora

carol at home said...

Lovely and just what was needed to brighten a very grey wet day here in England.

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