Wednesday, April 19, 2017

19/04/2017 Chilly outside and very windy, so here are the second lot of photos from Monday's walk.

Maximum temperature 13C, minimum -2C. 30 kmh NE wind with 40 kmh gusts.  Not very pleasant out despite the blue sky. Dry.
Cheeky little chap he was on a charge snorting along the way, lucky for me there was a fence between us :-)

Shame it has turned cold and they have been shorn!

I think this is a viburnum.

View across Vitrac valley.

The bridge over the road...

the Mairie and war memorial with pots of flowers...

outside the church...

in pots by the road...

and the local well.

Another view over the valley, the church being the highest building.

White lilac.

Wisteria.

8 comments:

  1. So lovely to see the flowers, views and beautiful animals! Thank you so much for sharing, Diane.

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    1. Thanks Linda for another lovely comment, I enjoy sharing :-) Have a good day Diane

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  2. Looks like a Setland Pony....or similar breed.....what got him so riled up?

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    1. He is small even for a Shetland. Guess he did not like having his photo taken!!! Cheers Diane

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  3. Oh dear, it looks like a very angry pony. Poor sheep, they must be shivering. You live in a beautiful place and the flowers are beautiful. Have a good day!

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    1. I do not envy those sheep one bit it is really chilly! Hope all is well Diane

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  4. How I wish to smell those last two flowers through the screen.

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    1. I wonder if anyone will ever come up with getting a perfume through the computer LOL Sometimes though that may be bad!!!!! Diane

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