Saint-Émilion, France, taken on November 24, 2012
I don’t know what they’re called but these hanging flowers are adorable! The distinct memory of seeing them was at Saint-Émilion – so elegant and carefree 🙂
London, England, taken on June 11, 2016
Hyde Park has a little rose garden where I could admire the beautiful colours of the flowers in bloom, if the weather is nice, that is. Seems like this little bee is out to enjoy the summer as well!
Keukenhof, Netherlands, taken on April 9, 2011
Every spring, the gardens of Keukenhof are covered with seas of beautiful tulips and other types of flowers. The endless rows of blooming flowers are so stunning that you can’t help but wonder if you’re in paradise. Among the many varieties, my favourite one that I saw was the “Carnaval de Nice”, so intricate yet elegant. I wish I could take a bunch of them home!
Saint-Émilion, France, taken on August 31, 2013
I’ve always thought that red and blue make a very striking contrast, especially when it’s a red (or pink) flower or plant of some sort against a clear, blue sky. And aside from its wine, beauty can be found anywhere in Saint-Émilion 🙂
Bergerac, France, taken on October 2, 2011
Someone must have told MM to stop and smell the roses – so she did, literally.