for the Kitchen’s Garden Sorry, they’re all out of order, but I hope the on-photo captions make it clear.
Hi Viv! I’m Marina, one of the Sisterhood. I’m very pleased to meet you and to have discovered your delightful blog!
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Thank you, Marina. I’m looking forward to seeing the sketchbook.
Very beautiful & inspiring. I’ll bet Flaubert & Proust would have been inspired to write more mots justes there.
What a lovely garden!
Sadly, left behind – it was getting too much for us old fogeys!
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I am surprised you’ve reblogged this. At the foot of each post is a box which says “About https://vivinfrance.wordpress.com
All poetry, prose and pictures posted here, except where otherwise stated, is my own, and may only be used elsewhere with my expressed permission. Please don’t be inhibited from correcting my bloopers and making suggestions: Most of what I post here is instant, ill-considered and off-the-cuff, in serious need of editing.”
If you had asked, I may have said OK although not straight away – as it says above, my posts are frequently edited by me, specially the day of posting, and once someone else has re-blogged I have lost control of my own writing. I would prefer it if you deleted the re-blog.
Dear VIVIFRANCE, I simply loved what I saw, I did it last night very tired and I forgot for ask for a promission, I am deeply sad about my mistake, I made my first personal blog, I am an architect and I read your blog even before, now when I find it in bookmarks, I simply saw this and post. Please tell me if I may lleave the beautiful thing posted or to delete it.
It is embarrasing, I know since I saw my buildings, patents, moleskine nouvelles etc as some other post or even work of technic and art.
I appologize once again, and I like your work very much.
WLADO BLOG, Vlado Janjic Belgrade/Dubai CEO of COMPOSITE IDEO HOLDING
Aw! – since you ask so nicely, go on then, leave it there.
Wonderful views Viv. We all love a sticky beak dont we? And being an avid gardener, lots of inspiration. Joy
sticky beak? I love goldens, though!
Perhaps not the best word – I meant most of us who are gardeners love to see other people’s gardens to get inspiration. Joy
I like the mixed hedge. You have quite a view there.
It looks so lovely and peaceful. I am very envious!
Lovely post card. Thank you. Would you believe poplars make me homesick for Oklahoma.
I love the “wild” garden. It’s something that Peder and I have always wanted. Stunning views, Viv.
Viv this is stunning, i shall take one shot for the page if i may, with the link so others can visit.. so beautiful.. for some reason the SW view appeals to me tremendously.. thank you so much for making this post.. I love seeing where you are .. it must feed your soul , this beautiful place.. c
Oh how I wish I was there!
It is so beautiful at your place.:)
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