Although I am trying to stay present & enjoy the wintery weather, I can't help but think about warmer sunnier days. I have been going through some of my photos from my summer in France & I realize that I have so many pictures that I never posted.
So I thought I might take this time to share with you some of my memories of last summer.
I seem to have taken a number of photos of all manor of flowers & plants in pots & containers.
So I have sorted them accordingly, & here is the first selection of my summer "flower pot" series.
In the French countryside you find potted plants everywhere, like the ones you see here along this little alleyway.
I especially love the old stone pots like this one
... & how this morning glory just spills out of it's pot.
Every summer, the bridge, leading into the town of Saint Antonin, is covered with beautifully planted pots, suspended over the edge.
How could one not love this simple yet elegant container of geraniums hung over a restaurant menu.
There was just something so appealing about this plain facade with it's neatly placed plants.
.... inside looking out.
I hope this little glimpse of summer has added a little warmth to an otherwise chilly winter day.