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Green Friday - Bad Bocklet

Posted by Claudia Moser on 7:45 AM



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Just a very calming photo and a blue sky yippee. Have a fun weekend


Claudia, what a pretty landscape. The sky looks beautiful too. Is it a park, lovely green space. Thanks for sharing, have a happy day!


Maravilhoso céu! maravilhoso verde! Combinação perfeita! Um grande abraço e final de semana abençoado!


@Inge - we finally got some sun :)
@Eileen - indeed this is the park just outside our hotel, lovely view to wake up every morning
@Maria Luiza - thank you, happy weekend for you as well!


Belíssima foto que transmite tranquilidade e esperança. Abraço. Aiilime


Looks so spring-like. Love the beautiful blue sky. :)


Que campo fantástico, a grama parece um tapete macio! Lindas cores, beijos!


spring is here!


Dearest Claudia,
Wow, you can enjoy this gorgeous view ever morning; how wonderful♡♡♡

ps>Thank you very much for your sweet comment. I've had upset stomach lately... But getting better(^^;)

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


Um lugar que transmite paz. Ótimo pra sentar, fazer um piquenique, ou ler um livro.
Lindo final de semana. Abraços.


Great photo. I'll bet that place looks beautiful in the summer and autumn.


Hi Claudia. This really is such a pretty landscape, and how lovely to see that blue sky! I hope that you are having a relaxing weekend.


Hi Claudia,

Sorry for being so late in commenting but busy here with
house and builders....

Thanks for linking up with Green Day
always lovely having you here.

I am going away this week and so before I go
I want to wish you and your husband a very Happy Easter.

I hope that it will be a peaceful and joyous time for you.

Take care

x Fiona

ps I may not be here on Friday
but Green Day will be!!!
So if you would like to join in that would be fantastic...

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