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Beautiful. So thankful for the Internet! It shows me our beautiful world.
Such great colors in this picture. Great shot as per usual. Hope you have a great week! Sorry I haven't been around much but I've been pretty sick!
Wonderfull colours and light in your picture! Interesting wiev with flowers and field near by road. Here in Finland we used to grow those flowers in garden - we can buy seeds, and grow them, see how they are blooming. And then at autumn they die, because they can not stand minus degrees.laura / Finland
Oh, I love Nasturtiums!Your blog is a feast of colours and beauty!Have a nice new week!
A lovely thought of summer when it's a drab, cold, day in England!
Hari OMAnother escapee prettying up the verges! I love them - literally - great in salads, both the leaves and flowers and you can pickle the seeds... yumm.... YAM xx
What a lovely scene.These are one of my favorite flowers and I especially like them when they grow wild(ly).....
Oh wow! beautiful!!!
Wonderful nasturtiums. Lovely color from your part of the world while my world is grey and drizzly! Arm chair traveling is fun. Happy Sun Lit Sunday!
A beautiful and refreshing scene.
Oh how pretty and warm that looks. I could use a little of that sunshine and green. What a lovely photo!
What a pretty photo. I really like nasturtiums and planted them in the garden for the first time this past summer. They grew huge so I think I'll get them again this year. I didn't know they grow wild. I'm visiting from Canada and Sunlit Sunday. Pamela
I had some nasturtiums in my garden last summer. They're so pretty with their variety of colours. I'm glad you took the roadside picture and shared them at Sunlit Sunday.Karen
I've always loved nasturtiums. I planted them in our first garden when we lived in desert-like Eastern Washington -- they don't take much care, so I guess they would make a great roadside flower in NZ!
Gorgeous. I want to go running in that field.
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