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Green Day - Happy green

Posted by Claudia Moser on 9:09 AM in , ,

Somehow this does not fit the weather outside, I experienced today the first snow this winter, in Helsinki. Rather strange, I had to look at the date three times, the 26th of October 2012 and already 6 cm snow! Nevertheless the green and blue of this picture make me smile, it warms my heart and reminds me of what the Germans call 'Golden October'!

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12 Comments


Dearest Claudia,
OMG, alredy snow!!! Haha, I understand that you checked the calendar. Beautiful picture of the house with green♡♡♡

Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*


Muito linda foto.O verde e o céu azul.LINDO! beijos,chica


Linda foto! Apesar da neve o céu está maravilhoso.Excelente dia verde. Ailime (Portugal)


Eu amo casas com heras pelas paredes! Muito linda a sua imagem!Grande abraço e beijos do Brazil!


It is hard to imagine to have snow in October, that is way too early.


Acho lindas paredes cobertas com vegetação! bela imagem, um abraço!

O mirante da imagem


Snow already? Oh my! Sending you warm hugs.


Oh No, snow already? I am not a winter person, I hope it is a mild winter here. Lovely photo! Happy Green Day!


Gorgeous image. Seems like a scene from a fairy tale.
Stopping by via Fiona's Green Day.
Much love,
Marcia


Beautiful picture!
Have a nice week!


Linda foto! com o verde na parede.
Aí está nevando e aquí um calorao!
Zizi Santos


@Miyako - yes, snow, but today we have a gorgeous October day!
@Chica - gracias
@Ailime - thank you, and welcome!
@Maria - wow from Brazil, nice!
@Heidi - yes, it is, but somehow winter is just around corner
@Bia Hain - indeed
@Jacqueline - thank you so much
@Eileen - winter does not bother me, love tea, good books and warmth :)
@Marcia - welcome, following you too :)
@Evi - you too!
@Zizi :)

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