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Un fiore in mezzo alla neve? / A flower amid the snow?

No, non si tratta di neve, ma la gioia nel vedere questo fiore per me è stata simile a quella di quando scorgo i primi boccioli al disgelo... Condivido con voi questa foto, un pensiero virtuale per ringraziarvi delle letture e dei commenti. In questi giorni sono davvero indaffarata, mi sto avvicinando a quella che spero sarà una svolta - ma tornerò presto a scrivere qui...

No, that's not snow, but this flower for me was such a joy, just like seeing the first blossoms in springtime... I've decided to share this photo with you, as a virtual gift to thank you all for reading and commenting my posts. I'm really busy these days, I'm near what I hope will be a turning point in my life - but I'll be back soon writing here...


Comments

  1. Wonderful, thanks for sharing! I like cactuses but unfortunately I never succeeded in getting them bloom again ;-). All the best, whatever you do!! Nata

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  2. una svolta.... spero che ci sia anche nella mia vita.....
    Annamaria

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  3. Lovely little flower !!!!
    Best wishes
    Niki

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  4. Ho letto da qualche parte o mi è stato detto che chi disegna... però penso anche chi ricama , fotografa, .....nota i fiori ha un animo gentile...poi per me i fiori anche i più piccoli sono la massima espressione della grandiosità del creato.... buona giornata

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  5. Love surprise flowers on cacti and succulents - as they are so rare they are even more special!
    Hope all goes well as you prepare for your turning point...
    Ali

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