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08/02/2017

Clementines in San Remo






Hello all! Our correspondent in Italy has visited (very briefly) San Remo and has snapped some phone shots of the tasty fruit growing everywhere. :)




seaside mare



clementines Italy


Yes, at the seaside winter looks lovely. Let's see how it looks on the Po plain. (These photos were taken in December.)





I believe these colourful berries belong to Dioscorea communis. All the plant is poisonous.





Jos yllä oleva kasvi on Dioscorea communis, kuten luulen, sen nimi suomeksi on euroopankiiltoköynnös.











The days are becoming longer so fast! Instead of sitting indoors in front of the computer, I have been enjoying the sun. :) As always, will visit you as soon as I can. Hugs!





Aurinkoisia talvipäiviä!



30 comments:

  1. Ihania ! Suosikkini ovat merimaisema ja tuo viimeinen. Sinulla on useinkin taito sijoittaa kuvasarjan huipennus loppuun
    - tai ainakin se on minun kokemukseni 🙂 Mukavaa keskiviikkoa ja lähestyvää viikonloppua 💚

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  2. Those clemtines look ravishing, very red looking, probably the light but they make me want blood orange San Pellgerino!

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  3. Beautiful photos, Sara! Thank you so much for sharing.

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  4. Kauniita kuvia. Tuo toinen kuva vei sydämeni.♥

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  5. You had me fooled for a minute, Sara, until I read the text. I thought, "That doesn't look like Finland in February!" yes, the days are getting longer and there is more strength in the sun. Yippee! Spring is right around the corner.

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  6. Such beautiful photos. I love the road through the trees and the last photo of the frosted grass. Yes, the days are getting longer and that makes me happy.

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  7. Onpa ihania kuvia. Tuo merikuva on todella minun mieleeni ja kuvasarja huipentuu upeaan lopetuskuvaan. Mukavaa keskiviikkoiltaa!

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  8. Lovely photos. Yes the days are getting a little bit longer and I am looking forward to spring. Have a blessed day. Madeline

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  9. Adorable nature ♥ Photography is perfect ♥♥♥ I love the path covered by trees; looks like a part of a fairy tale ♥

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  10. Härliga bilder på fruktträden!

    Visst tänker jag ibland att det vore trevligt med lite mildare vintrar men egentligen vill jag inte ha det annorlunda, alla årstider har sin förtjusning och det är vi vana med.

    Just nu har vi kalla nätter runt - 10 grader och ett väldigt tunt snötäcke. Solen är sparsam med att visa sig men snart så börjar vi nog känna av våren.

    Allt gott Sara!

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  11. Beautiful! Have a beautiful day!

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  12. Oh, delicious clementines, Sara! I'd like to sit under this tree looking at the blue sky.Yes, days are longer, evenings are light, I can do some things without lamp on.
    Have a nice week!

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  13. Hetki klementiinipuun alla olisi taivaallista, mutta huurteen koristelemat tähkät ovat jännittävän näköisiä! Kyllä näistä viime aikojen pakkaspäivistä on ollut ilo nauttia! Aurinkoa sinnekin!

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  14. Clementines are a favorite here, but of course, are shipped in. Still they are sweet and juicy, but I do wonder how delicious a tree ripened one would taste. Love your Going Floral photos. Makes us anxious for spring.

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  15. Buonissimi i clementini! Stanno facendo vedere in questi giorni il Festival di Sanremo quindi "your timing is excellent"!! :-))

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  16. Beautiful pictures. Sara, I love the sea breaking the wave. Clementines are very rich. I like them.
    Besos.

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  17. It's lovely seeing photos from other corners of the world.

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  18. Clementines are just delicious ...

    Lovely collection of photo's again.
    I especially like the breaking wave by the rocks.

    All the best Jan

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  19. Clementines, maandarines, tangerines. There are so many names in English. To me they will always be tangerines (mandarinas in Spanish) :-). Fantastic photos.

    Greetings from London.

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  20. And here I am wishing summer away. The hottest we have had in a long time.
    I just love your final photograph.

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  21. Ihania kuvia ja tunnelmia! Hauskaa viikonloppua!

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  22. Kauniit kuvat ja ihana, ihana tunnelma. Sulaisipa lumet ja tulisi kevät.

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  23. Beautiful photos. Those clementines are going to be tasty!

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  24. Boa tarde, as fotos mostram na perfeição a beleza do local, as clementinas certamente que são sumarentas e doces.
    AG

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  25. Clementines are wonderful fruit -- they look and taste beautiful; it's fun to see them on the tree. I'm glad your weather is warming up a bit so you can go outdoors -- and it's lovely when the days grow longer.

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  26. Lovely lovely photos. We have beautiful clementines around here is as well, and this year they are especially good as we had a lot of rain.
    Amalia
    xo

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  27. Hello Sara! Such lovely aspects captured! Love the fruits, the mandarines, the sea shore, the road... Amazing road in 6 of 9! It's like a door or a magical window ...it's like an illustration for a travel book! Fascinanting!
    Many thanks for sharing them with us! And a lovely new week ahead!

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  28. Beautiful images Sara. Isn't it wonderful that our days are longer and what a difference a blue sky can make :)

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