Wednesday, 10 August 2011

rose pink

in need of distraction

I file my holiday photos

and discover these images of flowers

which I took for you

a welcome opportunity

to revisit tranquil places

Ch√Ęteau de Chambord

12 comments:

  1. I would love to sleep in either of the beds in pictures three and seven, the idea of being surrounded by curtains, twice, is very enticing. The other pictures, too, are beautiful. Are fabrics and wallpaper made to that quality nowadays?

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  2. I know I've mentioned this before.
    I'm itching for a shot of dishes.
    In
    your
    sink.

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  3. Delicious. And Chateau de Chambord - home of the black raspberry liquor?

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  4. Gotta love our Bird ...
    Makes me laugh more than she'll ever know.

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  5. Somewhere I have actually been -32 years ago it's true but I was there.

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  6. Tranquility urgently being sought - and found here.

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  7. I second Lucille, at the moment I think if I dived into one of those glorious beds I would close the curtains and stay put for a month.

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  8. Oh no! I came back for a second look at the beautiful stitchwork on your top photo and it has gone............ :O(

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  9. I love pink roses. I recently did a post about them and it was self-indulgent heaven! This piece is a lovely excuse to wallow all over again. Thanks for sharing the bliss.
    Jane Gray

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  10. Oh, those are lovely. Hmmm. (I am considering my sofa, and what to do with it.)

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  11. If only I could curl up in all that luscious pinkness, turning sixty has utterly exhausted me.

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  12. Mr H's inspiration did not extend to the students' bedchambers, I note!

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