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Happy Wednesday, Sue! See you around… 🙂 🙂
Thanks, Jo….see you around, and take care
Thank you, Manja…the simple elements appealed
Ah yes. Cropped, it’s even better.
Yes, that’s what it needed!
So lovely 🥰
Excellent soft touch of color for my rainy Wednesday. Happy Wednesday, Sue.
Such beautiful pansies = little stemothers. What did they do to get these names?!
Little stepmothers? Never heard that, Elke
It’s the literal translation from the German (Stiefmütterchen). 😁
Ah, now I see!
Love those old stone steps!
Aren’t they great
This is a stunning photo and so old fashioned looking with the steps. 😀
Thank you, Cee. The colours and textures appealed. It’s in an old market town
Somebody entering for best village doorstep garden?
It’s actually commercial premises! 😊
The pattern of the brickwork caught my eye. Very appealing, Sue.
Best wishes, Pete.
That herringbone brickwork is apparently a Sussex ‘thing’
love the old steps with flowers!!!
Thank you, Hannah…most, appealing, I thought
oh I really like this
Thank you, Becky!
That is a lovely arrangement of flowers and the stand so well up against brick wall and the stone stairs.
Yes, it appealed to me, Otto!