Saturday, January 8, 2011

Shady Cascade


Downtown Oeiras Park

22 comments:

Tulsa Gentleman said...

The deep blues and greens are very nice. This is very lush for January.

Dina said...

Beautiful colors in your shady cascade.

Babzy said...

nice greeny shot :)

Tanya said...

what pretty colors jm!

Patrizia said...

Beatiful picture. Right now, here everything is gray and foggy and cold...

Sharon said...

I love the colors in this shot! They are cool colors but, it still looks warm!

Francisca said...

Gorgeous!

Gine said...

Quelles magnifiques couleurs ... les textures sont aussi très intéressantes et cela nous donne une image réussie !

Jarart said...

This is so serene, just heavenly.

VP said...

I get an idea of summer from this beautiful place.

Sylvia K said...

Gorgeous capture as always, JM! Love the rich colors and such lovely flowers! Hope your weekend is going well! Enjoy!

Sylvia

Julie said...

I have no idea why, but my head cannot take in that this is Portugal! It is like a tropical oasis. Lovely weeping ferns, Jose. The pink impatiens make a lovely show along the top.

Cezar and Léia said...

I too appreciate the blue vs. green patterns...
God bless you!
Cezar

Mo said...

Green, now? How lucky are you.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

interesting textures and colors

Randy said...

What a beautiful spot!

Tommy Andre Nekkoy said...

I love to se such pictures right now - Where I live it's only snow, snow and snow

Joanne said...

Lindo!!

Joan Elizabeth said...

This is just magical. I love the little pink flowers among the green.

Jack said...

Gorgeous colors and textures!!!

Jacob said...

This is surreal! Gorgeous colors!

Re your comment about vanishing beaches...we have the same problem...usually during the summer when the storms and hurricanes hit...millions of dollars are spent every year on refurbishing the beaches (tourism being Florida's main industy - no beaches, no Florida!)...

T. Becque said...

Your photos have definitely made me want to see Portugal, dry yet able to support greenery like this!