martedì 5 ottobre 2010

Garden's finds!

It's still the right weather to stay outdoor...

...last finds for the garden...

...a strange colander...I don't know what it was for...

...and 2 old wooden crates...I like the font of the name...just decorative as a cache-pot for my little apple tree!

I'm having problems with my internet connection at home...that's the reason why I couldn't visit you as often as I'd like! Hope you can forgive me...but I cannot blog from my work place...well just a little bit!
Have a nice new week!

31 commenti:

Weißer Vintagezauber ha detto...

Hello, dear Vale,
has not written for a long time any more... was lazy a little bit.
I hope it goes well to you???
Yours decoration is wonderful.
Greets quite dear ones,


so nice finds - your little appletree is so pretty .....many sunny regards from cold germany

Tallulah's Antique Closet ha detto...

Hello Vale, I hope your internet service dosent give you anymore problems. I like the small apple tree and the rustic crate. Have a good day....Julian

Marie-Nostalgi och Romantik ha detto...

Lovely pictures as always! I love to read that the weather is right to be outdoors. Perhaps you have a little bit warmer than us...

Nat la fée angevine ha detto...

Hi Vale,

Forgiven you're !! ah ! why internet connection is sometimes working bad whereas we DO need it !! Hope that we will repair shorthly.
I do like your post again, not a surprise !! all your garden finds are wery nice.
Enjoy your week.*See you**

Calou ha detto...

So nice !! I loooove your apple tree !!!

Mitt hvite hus ha detto...

Hello my friend

Lucky you... warm and lovely in Norway it is rain and windy...

The autumn is here..

lovely photoes... I just love your garden photoes..

Hugs Kerstin

Villa König ha detto...

Hi dear friend,
it is always a pleasure to visit your wonderful blog. Great finds and lovely pics! Warm hugs Yvonne

english-style ha detto...

bardzo podobaja mi sie zdjęcia ,najładniejsze są te doniczki i świetny pomysł ze skrzynką .
pozdrawiam z Poland

Lynda ha detto...

O NO!!! not again this computerproblem!!!!!!:(
What are you up to? Have you been creative already? SHow us!!!!


La Dolce Vita ha detto...

love the colander... for grapes or olives? and the crate!! oh lovely and with the cachepot, so pretty!!

It's me ha detto...

Hi darling...nice things in your garden.........nice to hear from you....the magazines are on his way to you......hope everything goes right.....i have mail you.......but i think you don't get it....happy evening hugs and love from me......Ria...

makyloua ha detto...

j'espère que tout est rentré dans l'ordre pour ta connexion !!
il y a de beaux restes dans ton jardin qui prend doucement ses tons d'automne

Anita ha detto...

Hello Vale,
Long time no see.Love your pictures always!Don't you sometimes hate your computer?
Weather is fine in Holland as well.Nice enough to both work and be lazy!
Love and greetings,Anita.

Anita ha detto...

Hello Vale,
Long time no see.Love your pictures always!Don't you sometimes hate your computer?
Weather is fine in Holland as well.Nice enough to both work and be lazy!
Love and greetings,Anita.

All Seasons ha detto...

Hello, dear Vale,
This colander, is it to look for gold in your garden. It's just a old one, but I think the holes are to big....(it's a joke)
I don't know what it is.
But I love your plant with the small apples or berries.
Have a nice evening and we see you quick..

desde my ventana ha detto...

Hi Vale,
Enjoy the good time, the autumn little by little advances....I see you have a beautiful inspirationand a great apple tree,

Fågel Blå ha detto...

And thanks for your comments on my blog!
And so many lovely photos you show us!
I love them all!
Have a nice week!

maría cecilia ha detto...

The wooden crate is the perfect container for your adorable little apple tree!!!!

giveto ha detto...

i love all the thinks, beautiful, the old wood case trop jolie!!

LindyLouMac ha detto...

An old sieve like that one would be used by my father for sifting soil! In fact my husband still uses a similar one but it has wood around it.

delphcotecuisine ha detto...

here in France the weather is also absolutly sweet and nice.
your apple tree is so lovely

have a nice day
hugs from France

ale ha detto...

hola vale!!!beautifull weather!!!!and always,always is more beautifull coming here to visit you!!qué lindo el arbol de manzanitas!!!lovely images!!!muchisimos besos!!!!

Monty ha detto...

ME encanta pasar por aquí, sólo veo preciosidades. Buenos hayazgos. Un saludo!

Rummet för välbefinnande ha detto...

Ohhh, I made you curious *smile*
You know, I visited Marie in july and she told me that their home should be presented i this issue of JDL-magazine. And I have been waiting for that article so much. They have a lovely home you see...

So you have problems with the internet again. I understand why you are abscent. I´m also that, because I´m working so much. Today I laid a hand at my web-site and made a photo-gallery there. I realize that I´m just to bad showing photos of the things I create. Now I have put in some photos of jewelery, and soon there will be more of my paintings, treadwork and so on.
I´m working on it :) ;)
Have I nice weekend dear Vale!
Hugs from Mia

solène ha detto...

Encore de magnifiques billets que je n'avais pas vus ! cette passoire est absolument superbe !
et tes mises en scène toujours aussi ravissantes !
Les hortensias du billet précédent sont d'une couleur sublime - ce vert pâle et ce rose fané sont extraordinaires ...
Je te souhaite un bon week-end ensoleillé pour moi ...

Inspiration i vitt ha detto...

what a wonderful inspiration with you Vale, I also like the old wooden boxes with text on, the flowers are so beautiful in these boxes. have a great day and many warm hugs to you / Ingela.

cecilia ha detto...

Ciao carissima, visita il mio blog, un premio ti aspetta. Spero ti rallegri. Cecilia

Draffin Bears ha detto...

Hi Vale,

How lovely the weather is good for you and allows you to be out in the garden.
I love your beautiful photos and what a sweet little apple tree.

Happy week

Anonimo ha detto...

how are you!This was a really fine post!
I come from itlay, I was fortunate to search your topic in wordpress
Also I obtain a lot in your blog really thanks very much i will come every day

TyreeTown ha detto...

Hello, I just discovered your blog. Wonderful!!! In the US we would call your strange colander a "riddler" - used to strain large rocks and lumps out of soil. Deb in Coos Bay, Oregon