Sunday, February 10, 2013

Yellow Sunday // Жълта неделя




I wanted so much to show you today the beautiful Prague covered with snow, but I didn't have a chance. The snow just didn’t come. So I don't have snow pictures, but I can show you my interesting flower which I found in the local flower shop. I don't know their name, but they are so lovely and fluffy. 
And later I will have a special surprise for you. So stay tuned.




Толкова много исках да ви покажа красива Прага покрита със сняг, но и тази седмица не ми се получи. Все пак през нощта беше поваляло мъничко, но слънцето още сутринта го разтопи. Нямам снежни снимки, но пък мога да ви покажа интересните жълти цветя, които открих в местния магазин за цветя. Не зная името им, но са толкова красиви и пухкави. 

А ако сте търпеливи, малко по-късно ще имам и специална изненада. Така че навъртайте се наоколо. 


17 comments :

  1. So bright!
    Kisses from Crete ^_^

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    1. Hey, Eleni :)
      Nice to see you here.
      Hugs,
      Radostina

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  2. Hello! In Spain it´s called Mimosa fina, but it came from Australia. Kisses

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    1. Wow, Clara A... thank you So much :)
      Hugs,
      Radostina

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  3. There are a lot of those flowers, here in Portugal! We call tem Mimosas and they grow up on big teres branches. They are absolutely amazing when all the landscape turns yellow!
    Maybe you would like we follow each other.
    I hope you come to visit me. Let me know your decision, dear!
    Xoxo
    Nina

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    1. Oh, Nina thank you for your comment :) I'm pretty sure that your Portugal is really beautiful and charming even without mimosa's flowers :)

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  4. In Switzreland they are also called Mimosa. In my home town (Basel) they are the typical flowers during carnival season (now).

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    1. Hello Rahel and thank you for the comment. I would love to see the carnival season in Basel. Probably next year :)
      Hugs, Radostina

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  5. Also called Mimosa in France...

    They are from a tree that can grow very big, please see an example here : http://9a.img.v4.skyrock.net/0970/63330970/pics/3062698517_1_5_81e4rzBl.jpg

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    1. Hello Helene and thank you for the comment and the link.
      Hugs,
      Radostina

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  6. In the States it is called Acacia. When I lived in LA there was a large tree in the next yard that was HUGE, and when it bloomed the frangrance was amazing...delicate.

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    1. Thank you, simplequietmoder, for the comment. :) I would really like to see the whole tree in real :)
      Hugs,
      Radostina

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  7. I love yellow! And just yesterday I had a yellow Saturday :-)
    http://photographyasmyhobby.blogspot.cz/2013/02/yellow.html

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  8. Yeap they're called mimosas also here in Greece. Yellow is my favorite color, makes me feel happy!

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  9. Mimosa 's flowers ! So smelly and so nice ! Good photos !

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  10. It is in bloom here in California right now, the air is fragrant with it. I call it wattle, like a good Australian!

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