Thursday, June 25, 2015

Good Fences

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The street name on the sign is “Churchyard Street”.

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▲ This is the walkpath inside the wall.
▼Three months ago, it looked like this:

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What a transformation takes place in spring/summer!!!

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(I don’t know the name of that plant growing on the wall.)

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(Thursday) Good Fences

14 comments:

  1. it is amazing what sunshine, heat and rain can do and it is gorgeous green or dead.. make that dormant not dead. love the wall with the prickly sticks on it as much as the green

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  2. wow! beautiful growth on that wall and lovely gate!

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  3. wow, such a huge difference...beautiful!

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  4. Gosh darn, that's beautiful...I love the how the white flowers punctuate the greenery.

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  5. That's a dramatic change, isn't it? Beautiful in both seasons I think.

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  6. wow that is an amazing transformation.

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  7. You were'nt kidding, that is an amazing transformation on that wall. So beautiful and so stark.

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  8. Dear Mo, good morning to Sweden!
    I love your pictures of contrast, it's similar over here in 'South Sweden' (Baltic Coast of Germany) - green and colourful, bright in summer - brownish grey and dull in winter.
    The plant, I suppose, is a kind of Hydrangea petiolaris ... they are really really beautiful!

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    1. Hydrangea petiolaris - yes, that seems to fit. Thanks for that piece of info, Mo! :)

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  9. Wonderful pictures, Monica!
    It's fascinating to observe how the change of seasons affect our surroundings, isn't it.

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  10. And thanks to everyone else for your comments, too! :)

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  11. It is so pretty with all the greenery and flowers! Lovely fence scenes and images. Have a happy day!

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