Friday, 23 January 2015

Kimbikryst



The entrance to Kimbikryst, one of the newer homes on the Taieri Plain.
Across the road from Islington

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13 comments:

  1. beautiful entrance and lovely hedgerow, too! that name is almost a tongue-twister. :)

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  2. Lovely hedge and do I recognize morning glory?

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    1. Yes Sallie, that is morning glory although I know it by the name of convolvulus. I had only ever seen white ones until I went to Australia on holiday where I saw a lot of deep blue/purple ones.

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  3. Wat a gorgeous place. No wonder it is fenced in good.

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  4. Love the wall of flowering vines!

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  5. Oh, dear, I just became your 13th follower on this blog...will it bring me bad luck.? Nawh...I don't believe in such stuff....

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    1. I don't think so bj, at least I hope not, that would be awful, but seeing as I don't believe in that stuff either I think you're safe...

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  6. Hedgerows, I think, make the best fences.

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  7. How beautiful....fragrant flowers! What a 'good fence'! Enjoy your week! Hugs!

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  8. this is a beautiful fence and i love the fence made of flowers

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  9. lovely entrance and the flower fence is beautiful.

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  10. Dearest Diana, The entrance with white fence is really BEAUTIFUL♡♡♡  Yes, and morning glory is wonderful for the hedgerow♪ Tex taught me the word p:-)
    ps. So sorry for my belated comment。Hope you had a wonderful weekend.

    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend, xoxo Miyako*

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