Spettacoli dalla natura!!!



Quando la natura ci regala questi spettacoli, non si può non arrivare a casa di ritorno dalla spesa, scaricare le buste, acchiappare la macchina fotografica e correre di nuovo nel posto che tanto ci ha colpito!!!

Come ogni anno, rimango colpita dalla meravigliosa fioritura della Clematis Cirrhosa, una splendida spontanea dei nostri boschi e campagne, che fiorisce in questo periodo, quando tutto invece è dormiente.

Volevo condividere con voi questa emozionante visione e darvi anche se a distanza e virtualmente almeno un pezzetto della stessa emozione. Buon week end a tutti!!  =)


10 commenti

  1. Very pretty post! Thank you for sharing these pretty blooms.

    RispondiElimina
  2. Simply beautiful to see blossoms when in Canada we prepare for snow..trees bare soon to be covered in white!

    RispondiElimina
  3. this is a very pretty post indeed!!! thanks so much for linking in and sharing your beautiful blooms...I do hope you will join again soon!

    RispondiElimina
  4. I haven't seen this type of Clematis before, it's so pretty!

    RispondiElimina
  5. Thanks girls for sharing these wonders with me!
    The Clematis cirrhosa is truly a gift of nature and I always hit its delicacy and its amazing scenery!
    I hope you understand my bad English ..... unfortunately I have to use a google translator ....
    but I'm learning to read even now without a translator! Thanks for your support!

    Good Sunday in the garden at all! =)
    Tiziana

    RispondiElimina
  6. La Clematis cirrhosa ha proprio una sua grazia tutta particolare...stupenda e stupende anche le foto...la prima potrebbe tranquillamente essere un quadro!

    RispondiElimina
  7. These are such pretty flowers : ) They remind me of the Korean yellow wax bells in their shape .. if you put in "Korean or just "yellow wax bells" in my plant finder you will see that familiar shape too !
    Thank you so much for visiting my blog Tyziana : ) I appreciate your kind comments !
    Joy
    Google translate is great ! : )

    RispondiElimina
  8. Google translate would be greater if it would work for me.

    I do enjoy the pictures so much on this blog. I always have to check it out, even though I don't understand a word that is written!

    RispondiElimina
  9. Janie, I'm so sorry that you are not able to read!
    Yet I put the google translator just for our readers beyond Italy ...
    I also use the google toolbar that allows me to automatically translate all the foreign pages I visit ... you can try too, so you will not lose our stories nice.
    Joy! =)
    Thanks for coming to visit us on our blog! We have so many things to tell ....
    Hugs!

    RispondiElimina

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