...o.k. maybe not every day...every other day, or so......
hello also nice housses ,allmost yust the same as in key west ?? greathings patrick and jolanda
Hi my NL friends! Very nice to see you here, thanks for your comment. Yes, the houses are very similar to Key West, only bigger and more nice.
Hi Sue! Back home and profiting from the Portugal’s Day holiday, I’m trying to catch up your posts. Everytime you stroll in downtown Charleston my wish to get there grows geometrically...The lazy cat is amazing, and the seabreeze looks gorgeous! But my favourite is the stunning Little Red Bridge post...Thanks also for your comments at Blogtrotter, which has now landed in Santiago de Compostela, Spain!Hope you enjoy, and have a nice rest of the week!
Hi Gil,nice to see you visiting my blog and thanks for your comments to my last recent posts. I'll go visiting your blog now.. :-)
Look at those porches! It's the size of my whole apartment.. haha. Beautiful photos and I love when the sculpt those cypress trees.. it looks so nice.
Those houses actually reminds me of: CAKES! *giggles*Wonderful!
I admire your vivid fantasy, Lifecruiser!..LOL..very nice idea. Maybe, I agree alittle bit with you: they look like a rich wipped cream decoration on a cake...smile...Thanks for commenting.
Wow, what beautiful houses and landscaping, love the hidden fountain. I'm assuming the owners of these homes have their own private landscapers.
Thanks Bob for your comment. I think you are probably right about the "private landscapers" in those Multi-Million-Dollar-Houses.
so big!!! wonderful captures Sue. and beautiful colors too
Thanks evlahos, for stopping by my blog and for commenting.
you have some very interesting houses over there.
Thanks for your comment Carol. Yes we have indeed such beautiful houses, and we have more, you will see soon more of them.
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