Saturday, July 7, 2012




Bob Bushell said...

Here, we're into more rain. What a beautiful flower that is, what is its name?

Dawn of LaTouchables said...

Going to the bakery for bread, Yael...shall I pick up a Brezl for you?

This flower is powerful...waiting to spring out.

Have a lovely weekend! XO

Yael said...

This is a wild garlic - photographed yesterday high up on the Hermon mountain.

And Dawn please bring me 10 Bretzels! :-)

Hilde said...

Great photo! What a nice "hat" that flower is wearing :)
Wishing you a happy weekend too, Yael!!

Thanks for your comment. Actually I do not keep a dye notebook, I never thought about that... I guess when I started dyeing I thought I would only do it a few times, and not keep on for years.
Well, a dye notebook is a brilliant idea, so I am definately going to start one!

Hugs :)

Magia da Inês said...

Bela foto!

♡ Bom fim de semana!

Smilla said...

oh wie traumhaft sich der Lauch oder die Zwiebel präsentiert!!!
Wûnsche dir auch einen entspannten Samstag und hoffe, dass dein Rücken wieder voll im Schuss ist!
♥-liche Grüsse Brigitte

Misfits Vintage said...

Love that fabulous crazy garlic flower! Happy weekend, Yael! Sarah xxx

Terri said...

Happy Days to you, too! Love the flower pic.

Dawn of LaTouchables said...

That's wild garlic! It must have an intoxicating perfume...I think I'm making garlic bread today, have motivated me!

Lisa said...

and to you as well .. we are having beautiful sunny weather for a change ♥

stardust said...

I didn’t know wild garlic bloomed this way. It looks like the top of stupa of temple, looks happy embracing the blue sky.

How lovely you have a silk tree by your kitchen window to look at. There seem to be some varieties: flowers look the same but foliage looks different. Ours is Albizia julibrissin which is deciduous and has fern-like leaves. The leaves slowly close during the night (on the contrary, flowers close slowly during the day) and the leaflets bow downward as if sleeping: that’s why Japanese name is “nemu-no-ki” which literally means “sleeping tree.” There are trees called Monkey pod or Rain tree, which are Albizia saman with oval-shaped leaves.

A happy week to you, too.

Friko said...

Lovely shot of the wild garlic.
Have a glorious week.

TarracoStyle said...

el otro día mi madre me trajo del campo unas flores preciosas, me dijo que eran ajos silvestres.

stardust said...

Thank you, Yael, for the comment on my contribution photo to View Japan. I wrote “These hydrangeas are lacecap hydrangeas. Can you see fairies wearing a lace cap dancing in the shower of light and green of the forest?” in Japanese.

Have a nice weekend,


Magia da Inês said...

Boa sexta-feira 13 com muita sorte e muitas alegrias.