So where's the snow?

Muddling through in Austria; God, life and a small black dog

Travel Theme:Flowers


What a joy this one.  We have such a short, intensive summer here in Austria, we plant our flowers and enjoy them as long as we can, especially where we live in a white world so much of the year -like all the houses are painted in colours and the older ones with motifs -just as I’ve done in the Photo challenge (

We do blossom in spring:

We do fields of dandelions in May:

We do Alms full of colour in June;

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 We do them in July and August on Balconies, this is an abandoned farmhouse in Ramingstein which is still decorated by the family;


In September, the bees and I enjoy the last colour:

But best of all are the flowers in MY garden:

And they’re a bit purple too!

Author: annarashbrook

English Ex-pat living in Austria, Christian, blogger (of course) writer, photographer, dog owner!

14 thoughts on “Travel Theme:Flowers

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  3. the farmhouse with flowers is so charming


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  5. Stunning garden, Anna, you definitely have green thumbs! I just adore those photos of the wildflower meadows and the one with the bees. Really lovely photos! xxx Ailsa


  6. Oh! you have lots of dandelions as well there. Love the flowers in your garden, so natural.


  7. Beautiful!!! I love the abandoned farmhouse! That is not what our abandoned buildings look like in the US! 😉


  8. That farmhouse looks so beautiful.


  9. What a wonderful gallery – I especially love that colorful garden!


  10. Beautiful capture @Anna 😛


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