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Serenità spinosa / Thorny serenity

Manco da tanto all'appuntamento del venerdì con Laura e le altre... ma stasera ci sono, per condividere con voi un piccolo momento di serenità spinosa... : )
Un ricordo di uno dei rari giorni di sole di questa settimana, un fiore dalle sfumature delicate che è riuscito ad aprirsi solo per poche ore... la magia di queste piantine mi incanta sempre...

I've been missing various Fridays with Laura and the other girls... but this evening I'm here to share with you all a little moment of thorny serenity... : )
A memory from one of the rare days of sunshine that we had this week, a delicate flower that's been able to fully bloom for just a few hours... these little plant's magic always enchants me...


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  1. ...anche a me!! Grazie che ti sei riunita al gruppetto...mi mancavi! Buon fine settimana!

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  2. Che spettacolo di grazia e delicatezza!
    Felice di ritrovarti all'appuntamento del venerdì.
    buon fine settimana
    Paola

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  3. L'altro giorno passando davanti ad una casa ho visto un vaso con una "spinosa" fioritissima , aveva diversi fiori bianco-rosa, sarebbe stata da fotografare,......insomma .....ho pensato a te.
    Sereno week end

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  4. Beautiful.......
    Have a shinny weekend !
    Anna

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  5. davvero la parola giusta per questo fiore è magico...è stupendo!!acioni e buona settimana!!

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  6. Con o senza sole il fiore è sbocciato , sarà un segno ?
    Un abbraccio ; )
    Maddy

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  7. Bellissimo. Ne ho una anche io e quando fiorisce è una gioia, anche se dura poco.
    Buona giornata.
    Stefy

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  8. What a wonderful blossom! It's always fascinating how such beauties are coming out of a simple prickly thing, isn't it :D. Thanks for sharing and have a great day! Greetings, Nata

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