Wow, for once, looks like the weather is better here! I can just about see blue sky!That picture is the village I live in. If you look on the far right you can see my house. :-)
That does look wet, but plenty of green and beautiful flowers, you can't have one without the other. Hope its not too cold.
I love the color of that Posie, and even the rainy day pic! Portugal? Wow...it's so neat to share with you so far away, I'm in GA, USA. From one gardener to another, enjoyed your post today! It's very cold here, but I'm praying for spring to hit soon; may take a bit yet... Stop by and see me at catherinesteacups.blogspot.com ~Cioa ~CC
I love rainy days, the plants always look so green and beautiful.
Welcome to Outdoor Wednesday!The days may be foggy and rainy to you.... but the pictures you have shared are gorgeous to us....and a gift.... for they are pictures from an online friend in Portugal...so many miles away!Everything looks beautiful and green!Thank you for sharing with us a place many of will never see in person...but are now able to catch a glimpse of...through your eyes!
We could use rain here in Florida, too! We have green right now like you, but it got very cold today. Not sure what the weather today and tomorrow will do to the vegetation, but I hope it doesn't hurt the citrus. Thanks for sharing your pretty shots.Sheila :-)
we need the rain too... love the agapantha all dewey fresh.
Love the flowers with raindrops on them!!
Beautiful photos. We could use some of your rain here. Everything there looks so lush and green. Kathy
its beautiful, i love the rain, makes everything nice and lush..
Even though it's foggy and rainy...It's beautifuf and fresh green. Love to see raindrops on plants and flowers. Great post katherinellen
The rain looks pretty as it gives the flowers a shower.
I'm still buried in snow. Help!
It is simply gorgeous. Everything looks so beautifully green and lush. I am so glad you joined Outdoor Wednesday! The flower does look so pretty dressd in dew.
Does it ever get cold in your Town?Right now today, as I get the children ready for school, it is 29 degrees F. (Below freezing) In FLORIDA! And although I grew up in a Midwestern town where the weather could reach much colder temperatures, it feels colder here.It was wonderful to see your photos, and I just love the purple flower covered with rain.
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