with an Iphone in my pocket I am at liberty to snap away to my hearts content, which I do.
The Seine River at dusk...
This image of Paris looks reminds me of an impressionist painting from The Musee D'Orsay.
At Versailles we wandered along the path under a canopy of trees.
In Marie Antoinette's "small home" on the grounds of Versailles.
I loved her quaint "farmhouse" and the working farm.
The Place des Vosges in The Marais area of Paris.
It is the oldest planned square and features a fountain, park and lots of shops.
A wee plant growing in a crack of pavement...
Mr. Peacock in Beacon Hill Park ~ Victoria, B.C.
Chester relaxing in the dappled sunshine of our Humble Bungalow.
My latest book...Kate Atkinson weaves a great tale.
Jacob's Coat Rose floating in our birdbath...
I love how the leaves are reflected in the water, they almost look surreal.
Foxgloves thrive in our clay soil.
Bees love to fly up inside these flowers and buzzing is heard loud and clear.
The wee Vintage French jug I purchased at the Market in Vallence D'Agen.
A reader requested that I share the jug as well as the flowers.
White Iceberg roses and Lady's Mantle.
Which make a striking combination...would you agree?
I wore my Jones of NY wrap summer dress to The Bengal Room at The Empress Hotel
for Mother's 88th birthday celebration.
I dragged out the sapphire and diamond ring because of the blue in the dress...
I'm hoping that I will not get a citation from the Fashion Police for being too "matchy matchy!"
A decorative door knocker ~ Moissac France.
Our red geraniums are putting on a spectacular show.
I love geraniums for planters and pots as they are relatively inexpensive and bloom all summer long.
Cheap and cheerful.
The weather is perfect for gardening and walking.
This weekend I plan to do both...
and I'll be taking more photos.
Hope that you all have a great weekend!