Wonder where on earth this is (literally)? This must all be wildflowers too. Amazing!Love and hugs ~Heidi
OH MY! That is just stunning.The wedding photos are wonderful. What a beautiful carousel.Happy knitting. I had a look at the sweater, it looks nice and warm.That deleted post was me it was full of mistakes...lol!
Hello Nancy,Beautiful view and I am glad your daffodils are bringing Spring feelings!Greetings, Carolien
A friend just e-mailed this to me too. It is glorious...I will never get tired of seeing such beauty. Hugs, Linda
Imagine having something like this for a view - this is breathtaking!
Nancy,It's like a rainbow has planted itself on the hillsides. What a scene to take your breath away.Hugs, Angela
Thanks for sharing God's art work Nancy - stunning!Bet you're all packed now......with the stuff for Heidi! Hope there's room in your luggage for a few clothes you'll need, lol!
That is just beautiful! Breathtaking!!!
Nancy, I do recall you saw flats of 'primroses' however I'm thinking perhaps these are actually Primulas not the native English pale yellow primrose. Were they all different colors? If so they are Primulas amd they bloom later and then just seem to melt here in the humid South - I just don't think the wild primroses are here in the USA. In fact - I've just read that it's now against the law to pick them from fields and hedgerows in the UK - guess I was lucky to be a kid so long ago, lol!Happy packing - have a fabulous time in Holland!
This is just gorgeous! I, too, wonder where on earth it is. Thanks for sharing it with us, Nancy.
That is unbelievable! Truly a work of God.
YES - God is SO good. Thanks for sharing. I love it - very breathtaking. Greetings from Abilene, Texas. Blessings, Judy
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