Tuesday, May 11, 2010

white petals, slippery as ice,

drop like snow on the brick path

22 comments:

Carraol said...

Great title with a quiet and beautiful scene!

Naturedigital said...

They look like snowflakes on a green carpet..
So beautiful.
Costas

Irina said...

So beautiful.

Jacob said...

Love this! It looks just like I would think a Vermont town would look. That's funny, isn't it?

I also think this would be a great place for a kid to grow up!

Lucky you!

Cezar and Léia said...

drops of petals...woww it's magnificent and that house is so adorable!
I love the pride flag there in front of the house, it's so beautiful!
Léia :)

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

This looks like a classic slice of small town America. It is just posing for Currier and Ives, Norman Rockwell, or Brattcat.

Sharon said...

What a beautiful, all American scene!

magiceye said...

picture post card!!

Magpie said...

Such a slice of Americana...I love the flag. From what kind of tree do the blossoms fall?

JM said...

These look like snowflakes. Lovely!

Tash said...

You are a poet with both words and pictures.

Sunny said...

Everything about this picture is so appealing. It really has that Americana feel, perfect.
Sunny :)

Leif Hagen said...

I love the styles of those houses! I had lunch with a friend who lived in Vermont for 14 years - I mentioned your blog!

helenmac said...

Tash is so right -- a poet with words and images!trum

cieldequimper said...

Scoop them up and put them in your bath.

The houses are so lovely, you are making me crave for the US again!

Amin said...

Very interesting post!

Amin said...

Beautiful place.

Anya said...

Proud with the flag hehehe....
lovely shot :))

Virginia said...

Tippy toe through the petals and enjoy every delighttul moment.
V

Kate said...

Love this shot; it's so middle-class America!!

Sharon Creech said...

Watch your knee w/those slippery ice petals, brattcat. Love your scene. . .

slim said...

What a beautiful street. . . classic! I would like to walk down that street and take a closer look at each interesting house there. I can see why you love living there.