I have never seen these growing wild in th UK, and there were carpets of them on the hillsides north of Drammen. Not a promising thumbnail I'm afraid :))
They look so delicate :)
Hello Jen, I haven't spoken to you for a bit :)
Thanks for the compliment. These little flowers can't be that delicate - apparently there are deer and elk roaming in this forest, as well as many groups of children under 5 from the the local "barnehage", who are taken out every day in Norway come rain or shine :))
Très joli Amitiés
Merci a vous Vivi. I'm so pleased you like these little Blåveis :))
Well they do look delicate Amelia but if they survive deer, elks and dainty cloven footed creatures then hardy is the word, especially where under fives are concerned!! ~~ Another nice shot dearest friend ~ ciao nick
Oh, how fragile they are! Never seen such flowers. Can you tell me the name, Amelia? Cheers, Klaus
Hello Klaus, I think they are called Hepatica, but I had never come across them before in the wild. There were carpets of them and so beautiful - I have not done them justice as there was a slight breeze :)
Nick, maybe the teachers didn't take the children up into the hills as far as this, and the elk are probably even further away thank goodness ;-)
Ah a lovely Blue picture ~ what a relief ~ I'm overjoyed ~ now didn't Simply Red do an album called Blue ? ~~ That must have been real Art
btw the composition of that unmentionable one is fantastic ~~ Miro ~~ it is ~~ butt ~ little cloven footed one ~ my eyes ;)
Ooooooh Amelia ..... I'm inconsolable ;-)..... I often look at your gallery but I haven't found this wonderful picture :-((((((((((((
A Norwegian spring for me :-))))))))) you're so kind Amelia. THANKS ;-). The photo is like a twin to your German spring photo .
I saw carpets of them ,too , but in white . They are really very pretty little flowers .
1000 greetings to the Norwegian Spring ;-)
I have to admit Nick that this is gentler on the eyes, and I am liking it more and more :))
Not to worry Benni, I posted a lot of Drammen photos in one go, so things were disappearing off my front page a bit too rapidly. But when I saw the hillside covered with Blåveis, I immediately thought of you :)))
Greetings to Germany, from Norway, Amelia
How nice Amelia .I for one often thought of you when I saw them ;-)))))
Blåveisen din er så fin Amelia!!! Jeg elsker denne blomst! Takk for at vise din Blåveis til mig, Peter
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