Friday, September 21, 2012

Flowers for Friday: Ranunculus



At my parents' place, again, I know it features here quite regularly. It was seeing these lovely ranunculus that inspired me to buy my pink ones the other day.

This week I shed a tear reading about this wedding at and the trees, what a brave groom! And I made (and totally devoured) this caramalised fennel and goat cheese flatbread for bookclub, delicious, brought to my attention by twobirdstone.

Hope you all have a lovely weekend.


14 comments:

  1. Just stumbled onto your blog and had to say that I love it. Beautiful and a breath of fresh air :)

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    1. Thank you Tania, I love your blog Ivy Nest, so I'm happy to see you here. (:

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  2. amazing photos. such beautiful colours. have a lovely weekend. xo

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  3. Completely gorgeous...definitely one of my favorite types of flowers! The flatbread sounds divine! Hope you have a beautiful weekend as well!

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    1. Soulful ... what a lovely word. I don't think its my photography, so much as my mum's house though.

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  5. Love the name ranunculus for a bloom, sounds so well...ugly. But they are so not ugly. Beautiful photos, they look very olde world, very artistic. Have a lovely weekend xo

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  6. Gorgeous flowers and gorgeous photos. Thanks for popping by my blog. I think I need to make that flatbread very soon x

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  7. oooh love these photos and flowers Imogen and I had to smile because I too welled up over Jay's wedding post. I always cry at weddings - even online ones featuring people I have never met! x

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  8. hello imogen, Woo and Eno are still shedding tears, especially when looking at the pics, ahhh pretty great. i love these shots, that, yes olde world, look is stunning. i definitely have a thing for dark, rich backgrounds and bright beautiful features.

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    1. Thought you might like these photos of beautiful flowers...
      http://theweaverhouse.blogspot.com.au/2012/08/ten-years-down-flora-fauna.html

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    2. What a lovely site ... thank you lee-anne.

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