Wednesday, May 8, 2013

In the white sea of magnolias blossom...

Hello,
today, it'll be a little break from photos from Japan ^__^  This year Spring maiden came quite late here in New Hampshire and still the temperatures are pretty low for May ( I wont even mention this awful, chilly wind from the ocean, that freezes me to the bones every time it blows ). But despite the cold, the landscape became very beautiful. Almost everyday is sunny and lots of trees stared to blossom and have covered their branches with coats of different, fragile flowers.
So, even tough I don't enjoy too much walking in the cold wind, to fill my eyes and heart with this magnificent sights, every now and then I take a stroll with my husband and admire charming nature  in parks and some small gardens in peaceful streets of our small town.







Thank you for your time ^____^

15 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos and look! :D
    The weather got better here in Italy too, I hope it will last.

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    1. Thank you <3
      Here unfortunately the last 3 days was gray and rainy >__<

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  2. Happy you! You live in such a beautiful place *-*

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  3. Piękne zdjęcia, widoki cudowne aż samemu chciało by się tam wybrać :) Wspaniale wyglądasz! No i masz wspaniałe włosy ale to już gdzieś pisałam :)

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    1. Jak zwykle, serdecznie dziękuje ^____^

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  4. aw it's still cold at your place? here it's sooo hot already I can't stand it x_x

    Love your outfit. pretty as always♥

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    1. The air itself is pretty nice, around 18 Celcius, but this awful, cold wind from the ocean ruins all the nice weather >____<

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  5. Very beautiful! The temperature in Japan when I first came, about a week after Sakura started to bloom, wasn't much different, they're ranging from five to six degrees @__@

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  6. what camera do you use to take this pictures?
    you look amazing! :D

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  7. WOW where do you live? I live right next to NH, in the green mountain state of Vermont, and I go to Hanover about once a month (also they have a good korean place to get ddeukbokki^_^). Your town is so pretty. My town just started apple blossoming and then it seemed like it didn't last long before all the blooms had gone >: so sad!

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