Category Archives: Beauty of Nature

The spot in the forest of Compiegne, France, where the armistice with Germany was signed, nov.11, 1918 . On the left is the train that formed the headquarters of Marshal Foch and on the right that occupied by the German envoys . 100 years ago the armistice of […]

via France – November 11, 1918 – 100 years ago , the Great War ended there : The clearing of the Armistice – 40 photos — ICI & LA NATURE PICTURES

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I must admit to having rather neglected my garden of late. The exceptionally hot weather of the summer following into early autumn has really taken its toll on the planting and, being totally honest, I wasn’t really quite sure how to proceed in order to get it back on track. Ironically taking a break has […]

via Autumn garden… — Side Gate Garden

Shairng you the luster of colours during sunny-Autumn days that allow us to appreciate the beauty of nature around us. In many areas they are experiencing the dropping temperatures with wintry breeze, however we are enjoying our gardens; can’t ignore the moments. To view more of the seasonal transformation of LTs Castle Garden, please visit […]

via The beautiful and colourful Autumn Day … — Scotland&Me

Autumn Season is always a favorite because of the changes of numerous leaves around us.

Its only few days since Autumn Season have started and here we are getting immersed into cooler temperature and the changing colours everyday. The amenities of colourful leaves that are changing around us has been refreshing to witness. It is almost chaging every minute of the day. Indeed, a wonderful experience and appreciate those foliage […]

via This morning, it is 3°C and the Autumn foliage are appearing gracefully … — Scotland&Me

Flanders Poppies are pretty and remarkable of what they signify today.

The Flanders Poppies have been giving us their spectacular blooms since the beginning of Summer. They are still going and enjoying the warmth temperature of early Autumn Season; their location enjoys the afternoon sun. During the Spring, it was great finding Flanders Poppies from a Scottish garden centre. The seeds were planted to locations […]

via Blooming “Flanders Poppies” are prominent in our garden — Scotland&Me

Creating such a magnificent landscape like this one employed a deep and creative thinking from start to its colorful results. The combination of plants, foliage and flowers are so pretty. I can sit on that bench all day to appreciate my sorroundings. Lord Toby enjoys looking at the garden where wildlife like birds, butterflies and […] […]

via The Bench at LT’s Garden — Scotland&Me — Enjoying TheMoments — MyInfluencersCircle

If Tiger swallowtails are a bit scarce in this year’s garden, hummingbirds are not, though typically only one is seen at a time, so taking a count is difficult. A tropical Firecracker plant (Cuphea) in a pot on the deck just outside the kitchen window is a hummingbird magnet, but I often see hummingbirds on […] […]

via An August wildlife update — Ramblin’ through Dave’s Garden — MyInfluencersCircle