Sunday walk

Posted by Claudia Moser on 2:20 PM



That looks like a lovely walk, with some super photos to go with it! I don't know about you but I find that since I've been blogging, I'm always on the look out for something that would make a good photo.

What a beautiful city you live in. Just gorgeous!

@This - I know what you mean, same here!
@Belle - thank you, it is true!

I can almost smell the blossoms - beautiful.

That was a wonderful walk I just had through your photos.

Thank you,

@Pearson - it was indeed a wonderful day, now we have a heavy storm. Nature is amazing!

Is that a Buddhist temple in the background of that photo? Your city is lovely...very serene and green. :-)

Great picture! I love photography!

Raising Marshmallows

Such amazing photos - looks like a lovely place :)

What a beautiful city!

@Trinista - it is a Buddist Thai Temple, an interesting buidling, the That prince (around 1920) gave the money to build it.
@Nikki - thank you!
@Gawgus - it is, come and visit :)
@Babygirl - thank you, this is sweet!

What gorgeous pictures!! Those flowers look amazing.. You live in a very beautiful city, indeed! :) :)

What gorgeous pictures!! Those flowers look amazing.. You live in a very beautiful city, indeed! :) :)

Absolutely beautiful...the glorious blossoms and the attractive and interesting architecture of those lovely buildings! Super walk, thank you! :)

@Pencil Girl & Desiree - thank you, glad you enjoyed it!

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