Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Vacation photos 2

Breath
Love the colours, the smell, the sound of swallows and mopeds and then the warm wind moving the hair on my body. The plant on the last photo looks a bit like a city map :)

18 comments:

Sara said...

NOW i see why you went to this place. Solitude, for one reason. Beautiful experience.

barbara said...

looks very calm!

my hyggelig said...

I feel relaxed just looking at these beautiful pictures. Lovely, just lovely!

Helmi said...

Looks if you having a realy great time. Enjoy!

annamaria said...

So serene and beautiful!

sophie said...

I just love your photos, they are so serene, so calm.

sea urchin said...

Beautiful plant, edible too :)
It is Portulaca oleracea i think! Great in salads or by itself. In the Greek countryside you can find it everywhere growing as a weed - especially near the sea. I love it!

Mlle Paradis said...

Looks like bliss!

Queen of the Tea Cosies said...

Is that you in the water?
Are you NAKED?!

Anonymous said...

The plant city map is Portulaca oleracea most known by Beldroega. Very nice in soup, or broth, or in a dish called açorda (with bread) :)
Did you enjoy your hollidays?
K_line

.::isabel::. said...

in deed, Portulaca Oleracea is know in Portugal as beldroega. in English is called verdolaga (the word used in Spain). As far as Portugal is concerned, once used in poor people soups' today is a gourmet ingredient -quite rich in omega 3.

at swim-two-birds said...

bliss!!

Anna Lloyd said...

looks lovely. It reminds me of Italy, haven't been to Spain...

Camilla Engman said...

Loani, yes...

Debie Grace said...

Beautiful photos!! And yes, I really thought it was a city map. I had to stare at it for a while and realized it's a plant. Hahahaha

Julie Lapointe said...

These photos are stunning! I love the one with you (is that you?) floating in the water. What is that place? The photo with the tall grass is really dreamy.

Bibbi said...

Så vackra platser, så varmt det ser ut!

Mireia Segovia said...

Acabo de conocer tu blog, me encanta!
Preciosas fotografías :)

Te invito a que conozcas el mio:
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Te sigo!

Saludos desde España,
Mireia