Monday, July 20, 2015

Fond memories of a fun time.

Walking with loved ones through rose coloured gardens,
Watching the bee's daily grind.

Enjoying the colour and smells of Summer,
and regarding scenes sublime. 

A perfect way to start a holiday.

Adliswil, Switzerland - June 2015
Photos of pretty flowers and woodland taken by daughter
Photo of peaceful church scene by me.


  1. You have been having an adventurous time lately, in amongst the camera kerfuffles and your holiday overseas. Gorgeous flowers here, Debs !

  2. You're kidding, are you? You have been quite close to where I live. I saw the photo of the church and thought "that looks quite like here in Switzerland". Are you back home now or do you travel on?
    Have a great day

  3. Really? That's quite extraordinary! We are back home in Sydney now but spent some time during our holidays in Adliswil visiting family. It is such a beautiful place and really miss it.

  4. Vacation are good whenever thay come along. I'm on a permanent one now. Very nice. hahahaha

  5. Beautiful countryside, and lovely flowers!

  6. Enjoy your holiday! Beautiful light in all your photos.

  7. What an idylic corner of the world. The scene with the rolling green hills and tall steeple topped church looks as though it could have been plucked straight from an 18th or 19th century painting. How fantastic that you got to spend some time there this year.

    Many hugs,
    ♥ Jessica

  8. Thank you everyone. I went to quite a few places this holiday but Switzerland was my favourite. :)

  9. It would be a good time to enjoy the smell and color of the roses while walking around...

  10. The aroma of roses brings back memories of my grandparents backyard and summers sleeping on the porch.


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