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05/03/2017

March





Because March may look like this (some new snow and fog)...






... tulips are very much needed. :)










































Feminism for Teenagers by Sophie Grillet


Wishing a happy new week to all

and

a happy Women's Day (on Wednesday) to those that celebrate! :)

🌼

Aurinkoista uutta viikkoa!



I am a feminist, a liberal feminist. ;)



40 comments:

  1. Great photos of tulips and the snow. Have a blessed day. Madeline

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  2. Ahhh, such lovely tulips. The snow scenes are lovely too, of course, but I'm tired of winter and ready for spring! Thanks for sharing the cheerful blooms.

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  3. Such beautiful colourful tulips photos, dear Sara.
    Have a good new week... many greetings and hugs ... Dorothea 🌷

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  4. Dear Sara,

    You may be tired of snow, winter and fog, but the Land of the Snow Queen is still a fairytale world for me. The Tulips are like hosting the fairies which are patienty waiting for the Spring.

    Your photography are adorable too♥ That lonely little birdy made me so inspired.Can I use the image into one of my design please?

    Happy new week

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    1. Thank you, dear Nurdan!
      You most certainly can. I actually would have many other cute photos of the same bird. We'll be in touch! xx

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  5. Tulppaaniterapiaa tarvitaan, ihania kuvia :) Mukavaa alkavaa viikkoa!

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  6. Tulppaanien väri-iloa tarvitaan maaliskuussa;-)

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  7. Such a contrast between the bright happy colours of the tulips and the white and shades of grey of the magical snow shots. Both bring me happiness. Thank you.

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    1. Doubly enjoying these wonderful contrasting photos, after reading your comment

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  8. Wonderful, lovely tulips! Red and yellow! I love them. Thank you! The snowy pictures are magical, as always. :) Your photo about the little bird is especially amazing and impressive. It's full of tenderness. I wonder, what the little tit is watching so intently. :) And what a great tower of books! :-)
    I wish you, dear Sara, a beautiful week full of sunshine!

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  9. Ihana kuva sinitiaisesta. Kauniit tulput ja myös lumimaisemat, vaikken lumesta perustakaan. Mukavaa viikkoa, Sara!

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  10. Sara I can't believe you are still getting all that beautiful snow! But the tulips do make everything better. Happy Women's Week to you too. Forza alle donne!

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  11. Kiitos kaikille kommenteistanne! <3

    Thank you all for your comments! <3

    Helen, it was exactly your previous comment on the grey winter weather that inspired me to post these photos. :)

    Edit, the little blue tit is gazing at the suet ball. :)

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  12. En tiedä kummalle hymyilisin enemmän; tinitiaiselle vai lumoavalle kuusikolle 🌲🌲🌲
    (kuvasarjan keskipaikkeilla). Tipusen asento on mainio. Hieno kuvakulma !

    🌷🌷🌷 Happy new week 🙂

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  13. Herkullista - lumimaisemia ja tulppaaneja vuorotellen! Lumimaisemat ovat satumaiset! Maaliskuu on kuitenkin melkoinen lumikuukausi vielä. Hyvää maaliskuuta!

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  14. Maaliskuulla on kyllä kieltämättä monet kasvot. Taitaa tuo sinitiainen miettiä ihan samaa, että mistäs tämä lumi nyt taas tuli... :)

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  15. Beautiful snow! And wonderful tulips x

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  16. The stack of books looks difficult, but I would love the one on top (if translated). I need tulips too -- don't see them here because it is too hot, not because of snow.

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  17. Love your tulips! I have darked ones on my table!

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  18. Kerrassaan veikeä asettelu! Värien loistetta lumen ja sumun sekaan. Nyt tuo lumen määrä alkaa riittämään, muuten maaliskuu ei voi "maata näyttään". Ei helpolla näköjään koskaan päästä.

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  19. oh dear!!!

    How beautifully you displayed your elegant inner beauty through such a wonderful arrangements of these lovely photos!
    you sparkled your magnificent colors in the white face of land amazingly .
    wishing you a Blooming lashing march ahead

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  20. Vilka kontraster du förmedlar genom dina bilder, den vintriga och snötäckta naturen och färgglada tulpaner i den skyddande värmen, jättefint Sara!

    Den lilla talgoxen är förtjusande där den sitter på en gren.

    ..och i morgon firar vi den internationella kvinnodagen!

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  21. Kauniit tulput ja upeat lumimaisemat. Söpö tintti! :)

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  22. Gorgeous, beautiful photos. I love the cute bird :-)

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  23. Since our weather is much like yours, flowers are a must to lift the spirits. I purchased a pot of mini daffodils yesterday that are opening now and the fragrance is making me crave spring. The garden centre also had miniature roses just in so I picked up one for myself and another for my 96 year old friend.

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  24. Love the photo of the beautiful colourful tulips inside with the snow just showing through the window outside.
    💜 Happy International Women's Day 💜

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  25. Beautiful tulips and snowy scenes... When will you be greeted with nicer weather?

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  26. I loved your photos, winter and tulips, Sara. I've been to Kouvola this week and the weather was fine, sunny and blue sky.
    Happy Women's Day, dear!

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  27. Dear Sara, Even though it is still cold in your part of the world it makes for some stunning picturesque scenery.
    I always love seeing your gorgeous tulip images.
    Here in the UK we still have some cold wet windy days but everything is now springing into life.
    Have a wonderful Wednesday :)x

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  28. Kivoja kuvia.
    Hyvää naistenpäivän iltaa sinulle.

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  29. Tulips! Is there a more elegant flower?
    Amalia
    xo

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  30. The way you presented the photos are superb...

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  31. Those tulips are beautiful, as is the scenery... but it still looks cold! Brrr!

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  32. Your photography.......WOW! So beautiful! Jackie

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  33. There is such beauty in shades of white and grey. Winter is an elegant season, but sometimes lingers a bit too long. Here the snow is gone, but still falls on the hills around us during the night. We have cold rain dripping down and a pot of tulips is a cheerful thing. The subject matter of your stack of books is beyond me!

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  34. Flowers just brighten up the day don't they.
    Those tulips are so nice to see.
    I enjoyed your post.

    All the best Jan

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  35. Hi Sarah -- I came back to answer your question on my blog ... and also because I can't get enough of looking at your beautiful tulips. I especially love the yellow ones.

    We do occasionally see tulip bouquets at the supermarket, but they have been shipped for such a long ways that they don't last very well. (I have tried.)

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  36. I was at a friend's house yesterday and she had tulips all over her house; big, fat, bright red ones. They were beautiful.

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