3 de out de 2010

TODAYS FLOWERS # 113


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A small walk through the farm, collecting spices for dinner!

25 comentários:

Carletta disse...

Hi Luiz!
You have a beautiful place! Do you still have those tomatoes? Yum!
I'll be over for dinner. :)

chubskulit disse...

Love those tomatoes.


My flowers for today

Pagan Sphinx disse...

What a wonderful moment you've captured for us. I can almost smell the herbs. I wish I could try a bite of dinner!
http://thepaganeye.blogspot.com/2010/10/todays-flowers.html

Denise disse...

Wonderful series of photos Luiz, and I enjoyed the one of you picking spices for dinner. Have a great week my friend.

jabblog disse...

Fresh herbs and spices from the garden are simply wonderful - there's nothing to beat their scent.

Carver disse...

Beautiful flowers and also wonderful shots of your fresh produce growing.

LC disse...

I assume those are some sort of palms in the first shot... very neat! L

Luna Miranda disse...

gorgeous light! a piece of heaven you got here.

Lui disse...

Oh Luiz, how nice to see you in your lovely garden! Have a healthy and yummy weekend!

Marilyn disse...

It looks like autumn in your first picture. Hope the meal was delicious! ♥♫

eileeninmd disse...

Wonderful garden, Luiz! It is great to grow your own spices. The tomoatoes look delicious. Have a wonderful week!

eileeninmd disse...

Wonderful garden, Luiz! It is great to grow your own spices. The tomoatoes look delicious. Have a wonderful week!

Arija disse...

A great place Luiz. There is nothing more satisfying than picking your own produce and eating it straight away.I too picked early lettuce and herbs for our dinner last night.

Have a wonderful week!

Pat disse...

It looks like your tomatoes are just beginning; mine are just finishing for the season. You have a fantastic garden--It's great that you can go right out to your garden and pick the seasonings you want to use for dinner!

Melita disse...

The top photo is wonderful ! It´s always good for the soul to spent some time in the bush.

Luma Rosa disse...

Cheguei a sentir o cheiro do Jantar!!

Luiz, você é chef? Estava olhando as fotos do curso de pizzaiolo e se estiver em São Paulo, uma amiga se interessa por aulas de gastronomia.

Boa semana!

Luma Rosa disse...

Wow!! Que mancada! Agora que vi que seu lance é engenharia e tecnologia! :)

Laerte Pupo disse...

Olá Santilli,
somente hoje estou tendo tempo para visitas os blogs.
Esta sua primeira foto está fantastica.
Tirada com a camera rente ao solo ficou realmente incrivel.

Míriam Luiza disse...

Oi!

Quem tem que agradecer sou eu! Meu blog ainda não tem um mês! O intercâmbio com seu blog me proporcionou inúmeros visitas de todas as partes do mundo, e isto me surpreendeu e me animou a continuar! Percebi que pequenas coisas pelas quais eu me interesso, interessa a muitas outras pessoas, como é o caso das flores! Mais uma vez, obrigada!

☆♥Shydub♥☆ disse...

You really know how to take care and pamper those lovely plants you have in your farm

http://www.joedub.com/2010/11/todays-flower-flowers-on-saturday.html

indicaspecies disse...

I particularly love the first shot.

Paz disse...

What spices did you collect. I am sure dinner was very delicious. ;-)

Paz

Autumn Belle disse...

Flowers, herbs and spices. You have all these in your garden. How nice!

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA disse...

Luiz, today your posts are especially wonderful. I love the top one, showing what autumn looks like in a warm climate. And still tomatoes! Hope you had a great dinner.

Thanks for featuring my photos on Today's Flowers. An honor, to be sure.

Francisca disse...

How fabulous to have your own spice and vegetable garden. Your meals must taste divine.