25 April 2010

Yesterday's impressions II

Walking to and from the Nemaal in Tel-Aviv.

A baby gdi:
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More baby-gdi's:
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My very 'own' magic Fairytaletree:
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And the carpet of flowers beneath it:
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These flowers, of which I don't know their name, have the most exquisite scent:
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Tiny little lilac flowers in the park on the way TO the Nemaal:
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Plus another flower used to beautify a dust bin place on Abba Hillel street:
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Another small flower of which I don't know the name. It's smaller than my thumb's nail (and I don't have long nails):
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An unlucky fish (but he did get thrown back to the sea by the fisherman due to him being still too small):
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It was a lovely day yesterday. Very relaxing tho walking to and FROM the Nemaal. To, I went thru the park and back I took the "Fairytaletree road".


7 comments:

  1. note to myself:

    the purple flower is called an

    ipomoea

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ipomoea

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  2. That is really sad for a person like you who loves plants and flowers, it is good to envision the park as your personal garden.

    This morning I did purchase seed of the ipomoea, a new breed called Carnevale di Venezia.
    Intend to use it around my pergola.

    At the side of the house there on purpose is left a small gap between the pavement and the building.
    Allways do grow there Tropaeoleum (Oostindische kers), this time the Alaska mix, these do have white on green leaves.

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  3. Don't feel sad. It's a blessing in disguise. My plants and flowers always die so they're better off in nature ;-)

    I couldn't find the Alaska mix of the Oostindische kers on google, but they're gorgeous (those flowers).

    The Carnevale di Venezia Ipomoea remind me of "kaneelstokken", very pretty indeed!!!

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  4. When they do bloom I will send you a picture.

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