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What an absolutely gorgeous photo. I am passionate about Venice. You can never take enough photos once there, so much to see always.
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Some days, I’ll think “Today, I’m not taking the camera”, but then there’s always something that begs to be recorded.
I completely understand. I had one of those days today. I saw so many things I could have snapped on my daily wander. I tried to console myself by admitting that it was just too cold…
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The last photo in this post is my absolute favourite. I hope it will be suitable for an enlarged print.
Oh, that is a wonderful photo! Yes, Venice in the fog is quite spectacular. Hard to do justice, but you have done extremely well to capture the mood! It’s making me feel homesick now!🙂
Venice is like that. If you fall in love with the city, it’s like an adolescent infatuation, with all those emotions and longings.
So beautiful! What a day-brightener-smile-maker!🙂
Bright pink is my favourite colour of cyclamen.
Same here, et.
Surely not. This is undoubtedly a floor cloth with cyclamen.
Sheesh. You’re right. I hang my head in shame. Forgive me, humble but useful floor cloth.
Yvonne, your sense of humour is magnificent !
Thanks, Margot! Are you still swanning around down south?
I cannot grow cyclamen, but they look like a flock of birds taking off when they’re in bloom. Gorgeous.
They’re lovely flowers, but, like you, I haven’t got the magic touch with them, except in Venice, where they seem to thrive in the winter (outdoors).
Exactly. They like a certain amount of cool.
Lovely photo Yvonne. It just floored me Flower😀❤
Groan! It’s time you were tucked up into bed with Sonic and Samantha, Ralphie!🙂
So I shouldn’t give up my day job as an OAP then ?😉
No, no one does it better, Ralph!❤
lol. Night night !❤
The mundane and the beautiful – fabulous shot! And I’m with Cynthia 🙂
Thank you, ma’am. I love your new avatar. Although that’s not the right term, I guess, since it’s a photo of you!
Well, it could accurately be called an avatar as it’s no longer accurate ….. The pink has all washed away now and just the silver remains…. 🙂
Oh!!! Silver threads among the pink!
I would spend time contemplating the cyclamen more than wiping the floor.
You just get busy and scrub that floor, Gerard!
I love the combination of useful and beautiful.
It reminds me of what William Morris said: “Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or beautiful.”
“Hmm”, she said, looking around her kitchen.
What good advice to clean out stuff, eh?
Exactly. I tried to keep it in mind especially when I had to move….
That towel is probably hiding a really ugly pot!
Now, that’s a thought! I should have taken a look at the other side, eh?
That is a great combination spot and shot!
Thank you, Andrew!
Something bright to cheer everyone up. Very nice.
So many people have cheery pots of cyclamen on their window ledges in Venice during the winter, Anneli.
Thank you, Derrick. Just a bit of whimsy today.
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