Green Day - November sun

Posted by Claudia Moser on 11:41 AM in ,



Bancos tão lindos aí? Eu adorei! Beijos e lindo final de semana!

Nice place!

Que lindo recanto para descansar! Adorei. Bom fim-de-semana. Bjs. Ailime

Muito lindo esse lugar! beijos,tudo de bom,chica

Lindos tons, parece uma pintura! Um abraço!

O mirante da imagem

great scene

Dearest Claudia,
Oh, beautiful river side with lots of colors♬♬♬ 
Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

Lindíssimo e calmo...adorável...

What a pretty spot, I would like to sit on the bench and take it all in! Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing, happy Green Day!

Lovely lovely photo Claudia.

Happy Saturday


ps your menu for today sounds yum!

What a beautiful image. Hope all is going well Claudia I know its been a while XXX

lovely scene

so wonderful!!! Happy Weekend!!

Beautiful photo!


@Maria Luisa - yes, the bench invites to a nice rest!
@Felipa - I agree
@Ailime - have a nice start for this week!
@Chica - thank you, for you too!
@Bia - yes, it does look like a painting!
@Adam - I could not agree more :)
@Orchid - have a nice day too!
@BlueShell - yes, it was very quiet
@Eileen - perfect spot for a nice read under the morning sun
@Fiona - I am in a cooking mood!
@Luan - as I said, missed you lots!
@Linda - happy Monday
@Joyce - thank you!

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