This time I have a definite feeling of self-involvement. I see something personal.
Interesting to have lived in those times the photo evokes.
Lovely monochrome in sepia.You are very artistic. Scrolling down, i've read lovely poetry. Thanks for sharing. I'll peek again next time.Love your layout, I can feel the snowy Christmas, wish I could see and feel some real snow soon.
What a cute photo! Are you the cute little girl?
Thanks heaven for little girls. She is a cutie.
Dignity is a certain figure. It is not the thing which it can be learned.
Truly beautiful capture of this girl!Have a great weekend :)
Great picture. Is it an old picture?
What a lovely picture of the little girl. I love your cat I see on the side and all your other side pictures. Thank you for your visit
Beautiful capture, thanks for your visitHave a Great weekend :)
Excellent photos. You use sepia like a master.
This isn't old..(my niece's girl)just evokes that kind of feeling I guess. Thanks everyone- and to your kind words as well Misalyn!Hey..why thank you..that was a real nice complement(awarewriter) especially coming from you!Hope everyone has a great weekend-
Such a sweet image, and very well suited to sepia.
this is a lovely shot .. at first i thought it was a shot from the past and not yr niece
Beautiful image. I love your header, too!
.......so lovely girl with the sweetest "wild-touch"..I love seeing children in natur-scenes...it's their best playground! ...Magnificient HEADER!!!buona domenica...!!ciao elvira
Cute girl and a nice photo!
I love her smile, she's pretty.
We dont get many sepia contributions to this meme. This one is a most delicate portrait where the field of wildflowers emphasises the delicate beauty of the young girl.
Great photo and its looks old too.
Wow, this is fantastic. Such a great portrait and landscape.
What a cutie! Make monochrome very very interesting with that innocent smile of youth! :)
That is a lovely picture.
Such a sweet picture, and I adore that name :) -Tammy
Nice photo !! Thanks for sharing..Unseen Rajasthan
cara Kilauea Poetry.......just read your lovely and so great comments....I love them; nono, the corbezzolo...the ruby fruit doesn't taste like leechy....it isn't that sweet; it's rather like a less sweet pear....but the pulp is sooooo soft!Just adore your visits!ciao ciao elvira
Thank you Elvira! I love your terrific blog and posts! Probably why the Corbezzolo makes good jam (I had to push back buttons and get back into your site just now to get the name straight)(lol). Your photos are super!I have a fairly young Rambutan, but it hasn't borne any fruit yet. They get about 65' as I understand..bearing fruit twice a year unlike Lychee (which I love). (btw) I like your global map of the Tuscany Coast too! Have a great week-
Lovely mono capture!
Thanks for visiting my blog. Silky Oak is a native tree from Australia and certainly prefers warmer climates so you will typically seem them in the tropical north or at the coast but they do grow inland as well. I agree they make a great pairing with the Jacaranda which comes from South Africa. Interesting that you have them too in your part of the world.
Lovely photo and amazing new header!
cute little girl - thought it was you...but guess not! you take great photos
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