Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Charleston Kaleidoscope #3













12 comments:

Bob Johnson said...

Susanne beautiful shots the color is something else, can't believe the amount of different plant life you have down there.

Susanne49 said...

Thank you Bob,

for stopping here and for your comment.

Titania Starlight said...

Susanne,
I love the hanging holly. Is it holly? Your pictures are so lovely. We always can use beauty in our lives. :o)

Nicole said...

Die sind wunderschoen, die Bilder.
Das sieht nach einem Staedtchen aus, das mir auch gefallen koennte :)

Susanne49 said...

Thank you Twanyia,

for your comment. I don't think that's Holly...that's a tree with red berries on what the birds like to eat so much. Honest,I don't know the name.

Susanne49 said...

Vielen Dank Nicole,

fuer deinen Besuch auf meiner Seite und fuer deinen lieben Kommentar.

Worldman said...

What a beautiful change from our sterile grey living blocks in Switzerland. No color. But in my area they start to paint the buildings in pastell colors and that is a change. And in Montreux they have planted palm trees. Why? Two possible answers: a) They have gone to Charleston. b) They have seen Susanne van Hulst's beautiful photographs.

Susanne49 said...

Ich habe eine dritte Variante Peter: sie denken sie sitzen an der franzoesischen Riviera...dort hat es ja auch Palmen.:-)

Danke fuer deinen Kommentar.

evlahos said...

It must be so wonderful to live in a place like that

Susanne49 said...

Yep, evlahos,

Charleston is indeed a nice place - but Greece is ore beautiful! :-)


thanks for commenting.

Carole said...

wonderful looking trees sue. what a variety of plants there is.

Susanne49 said...

We are here pretty much in the South already and the vegetation is different and much more variety than up north.

Thanks for commenting, Carol. :-)

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