domenica 11 ottobre 2009

Tuscan countryside 2

A faboulous and sunny Sunday...a day to be spent outside enjoying warm temperatures and blue sky...

















...vineyards...

















...olive-trees...

















...a little chapel with an old Madonna...

















...spontaneous herbs to be planted in the garden...chives, calamint, mint...fern and moss...

















...a walk in the wood and a pink harvest...I've transplanted some of the Cyclamens in the garden...I hope they'll grow spontaneously next year...I like a wild touch!
Wish you a nice new week!

37 commenti:

Stella Pesci ha detto...

Ciao, Vale!
What beautiful weather you're having! Gorgeous scenery...how lucky you are to live there. Those are pretty pink flowers...love their color. Have a nice week, I'll talk to you soon!
Stella xxx

G-style ha detto...

What a wonderful pictures of a sunny day you made . It's raining here............but I don't care , we are busy inside , the wooden floor of our livingroom becomes another colour .
The stencols from your last post , are very nice , you made wonderful items with it !
I wish you a good beginning of the new week.
big hug from Gea

Mila ha detto...

Hi Vale,
today has been a lovely sunny day to walk in a gorgeous Tuscany countryside :))!
Have a wonderful week
Hugs,
Mila :)

Camilla, casadebach ha detto...

Lovely pictures - I wish me back to Italy. The autumn is here, its freesing cold and everyone have a flue.

Enjoy the nice weather and place you live in!

Love Camilla

My home is my Castle - by Kari ha detto...

beautiful pictures vale...
I want some sun too, here it`s raining all the time...

Have a nice week :)
Hugs, Kari

Tiril ha detto...

Wonderful pictures, i love Italia and special Tuscani.

Home and Lifestyle ha detto...

When I see your pictures, I hope we'll go on holiday to Tuscany next year!! I will also post my pictures of beautiful Tuscan countryside places on my blog... it's so beautiful!

Have a nice week!!

With love, Ingrid

Hilde Iren ha detto...

Oh! I think I love your country, even if I have never been there! The olive tree is fabolus!

Lots of hugs and a happy week!
Hilde Iren :)

Home and Lifestyle ha detto...

Thank you so much for your hospitality, but we will not going to Italy before May next year :-(.

We have plans to go to Lucca and if so, then I'll let you know!

It would be very special to meet you!

With love...

Nyanser av vitt ha detto...

Ciao Vale,
Lucky you. Here it is cold, windy and rainy...
//Agneta

jeanette ha detto...

yes vale, you told me:-) but i don`t mind hearing it twice:-)) your tree on the photo....amazing!!

hug jeanette

~~♥ Mamma Millan ♥~~ ha detto...

hallo..so lovly pictures, nice whit the wineyards!!niuce flwers to!!
Have a nice week!!! HUUUUUUUGSSS!!!

Laura ha detto...

Ah Vale! Your photographs are wonderful and it is fabulous to see Tuscany through your camera lens...it makes me wish I was back visiting you and Paola in your beautiful country! Take care my friend!
Laura

Kerstin ha detto...

Good morning my friend...

Lovely weather... And your photoes... I`ll visist you at once... O=)O))

This weeek they promised sun and beautiful weather...
It will be could... but it`s okei...


Have a nice week..
Hugs Kerstin

Ingrid in Umbria ha detto...

Cara Vale,

Georgeous photos and thanks for the walk! The cyklamen will spread in your garden, I'm sure. At least the leaves. But they do give a wild touch, even without flowers. I love a wild touch as well. Buon lavoro e bacione! Ingrid in Umbria

Bonjade ha detto...

Oh I like your photos....as always.
Do there really grow olives on that three......?
They are so delicious.
Nice day

Madeleine ha detto...

Have a nice day Vale. =) Hugs Madeleine

Tone ha detto...

Hi Vale!
All the photos you show here kind of make me take the next plante to Lucca!.........mh!!
Had to show it to my collegues here at work.
I am ok, but as you probably see my blog is "down" at the moment...I will blogg this week!
But I have kind of been "down" myself......hopefully the energy comes back and gives me more "up`s" than "downs" the coming months.

Have a nice day - ps do you come and get me at the airport? haha!!

Rostrose ha detto...

Oh yes, I love your country!
What wonderful harmonic impressions. (My latest post ist more showing the "colourful" side - as you can see, I love BOTH!!!)
Best wishes and warm hugs to you - and I am also hoping, your cylams will grow next year!!!
Ciao, Traude

MiaMaria ha detto...

Hej Vale!!!!

I whish I were there...
So beautiful!

I whish you a lovely monday too.
MiaMaria

beige et blanc ha detto...

nice pictures for a wonderfull walk.what a nice country you have.
Nath

Something White ha detto...

Hello Vale,
I think I should move to Lucca!! Couldn´t you send us a bit of the Italian sunshine and warmth? :D
But never mind, I do like autumn too and the wind and rain are just part of it of course.
Enjoy life! :)
Best greetings, Marjolijn

Marie-Ange ha detto...

Comment ne pas craquer devant tes douces images qui nous parlent si bien de la Toscane !
Je t'embrasse et te souhaite une très belle semaine.
Marie-Ange

Federica ha detto...

Che meravigliosa giornata e splendide foto! Posti davvero incantevoli.

Baci,
Fede.

ary ha detto...

Anch'io adoro le erbe spontanee e i ciclamini, noi li troviamo sempre in montagna,....che profumo!
Penso che dovrebbero nascere nel tuo giardino, in un posto umido e in penombra...
ciao
Ary

manon 21 ha detto...

quelle belle madone!
amitiés

manon

Herzblatt ha detto...

Ciao Bella,
I like a wild touch in a garden, too! And I don`t like people, who try to cut their garden with a "cesoia"...You haven`t got a word for "nail scissors or "cottage garden", do you??? I couldn`t find a translation for both words!!
I love wild cottage gardens,too..:-))
In Italy there are a lot of those little chapels with old Madonnas...I love them!! Berlusconi will need one the next time, doesn`t he???:-)))))
Baci
Iris

Magny ha detto...

... how lovely madonna in the capel..!
nice week to tou, my friend...
magny

Min Verden Hanne ha detto...

Hello Vale. Ofcourse I'm going to participate :)Thank you. How did it go with your "sick" rose? Well, we have winter "just around the corner" - and you are enjoying the warm and nice weather. Sometimes I can't understand why I live here.... I long to Italy. Next summer - maybe! Or easter.... you never know. Hugs

Fifi Flowers ha detto...

Ooooh olive trees and vineyards... two of my favorite things come from those places! Pretty photos!!!

Pysselpalatset ha detto...

Sutch a lovley day, in a lovly toskans park. A real oasis. Love you pfotos as always... have a nice week Hugs frm Jeanette

Weißer Vintagezauber ha detto...

Dear Vale,
what nice place. and pleasant temperatures.
With us here it gets cold very much and in the mountains it is already snowing.
Affectionately yours to us see you soon,
Elke.

lavendel mio ha detto...

Hei Vale!
Beautiful picture from Tuscany...and so lovely weather, summer:))
Here in Norway it`s soooo cold!
Have a nice day,hug Hanne:)

Marie-Nostalgi och Romantik ha detto...

It looks so lovely! Warm and with the blue sky... It´s hard for us up here in the north to imagine that...when the leaves are falling down from the trees, and the wind is cold and its only a couple of degrees outside...And you have to take away the ice on the window of your car every morning... Brrr!
Hugs
Marie

Marge ha detto...

Dear Vale,


Oh, you live in Tuscany!! (Now I know, Lucca is in Tuscany;))
Tuscany is so beautiful area!! Do you know the movie Under The Tuscan Sun? I like it very much!:))I have seen it severeal times!;D

The whole Italy is very beautiful country!! I would like to travel there someday.....ah!!

It was so nice to "walk with you" in vineyards and see olive-trees, thank you so beautiful pictures, again!!!!:))

Big hugs to you, my friend!:)

BEA ha detto...

Hello Vale.

beautiful countryside.. that olivetree.. woooh.. fabolous!!!! the wineyard is how a remember your country:o))

Just love the Madonna!!!

Have a nice week.. and thanks for all you comments!!!!

Hugs from me

Anonimo ha detto...

Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!