27 jennifers

beautiful two-toned leaves of the chĂȘne vert

autignac, france

27 Jennifers

  • Sian says:

    Beautiful!

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  • janine says:

    wish this was wallpaper, I’d love to cover a wall with this. Lovely.

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    • still says:

      What a fun idea!

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snowflakes in southern france

winter thistle leaves

autignac, france

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bursting forth

the season for roasting chestnuts has begun

it looks like a little worm may have gotten to this one first

autignac, france

  • all dressed up in a handsome husk…beautiful detail!

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some green in winter

atlas cedar limb with catkins

this is the same tree that had those gorgeous round cones that look like roses

a close cousin to the lebanon cedar

a lovely tree of the mediterranean region

autignac, france

  • margie says:

    i wish i could smell it too

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  • Riva Angus says:

    The common name “horse-chestnut” (often unhyphenated) is reported as having originated from the erroneous belief that the tree was a kind of chestnut (though in fact only distantly related), together with the observation that eating the fruit cured horses of chest complaints. ..^-”

    Good day to you http://www.healthwellnessbook.comcu

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a winter bouquet

i thought maybe these were wild leeks but jean-luc said no

so now i think it is wild lily of the valley (muguets)

i found them under the pines in the hills behind autignac

autignac, france

  • margie says:

    what ever they are , they are lovely
    best wishes for your journey home soon.

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