I think the doggies need a sweater and the flower will be wilted if it were in South Texas this morning...29 degrees!
Great snapshots! It's truly amazing how some of nature is still trying to hang on out there! I totally enjoy seeing bits and pieces of this quaint little German town. The buildings are truly unique, and cute. A must see for me someday. When I grew up in Michigan Ohio wasn't that far away for a visit. Not the case now.
Beautiful fence in the second picture.
Love the pillars and the burning bush Love the Rose also
Those burning bushes are so colorful. - Just loved the walking the dogs shot, the peaks on that fence are so interesting.
That is a brave rose there! I like flowers that refuse to give up... probably has something to do with my advanced age ... it's kind of my goal to.
Lovely flowers and very nice fences :)
Lovely German street scenes! Love the older gentleman, the burning bush and that fall rose!
love that, os so red, bush :)My Good Fence post is here:http://nftravel.blogspot.se/2014/11/140916-queensland-lotus-bird-lodge-to.html
Scotties!That flower looks almost like a Camelia, which are in bloom here.
pretty fence in the second image.my rose bush still has a few on it too.
Beautiful shots. Love the dog walker.
Charming set of pictures! Look like you caught some great light.
I grabbed the last of the basil in the garden at work last night. Gonna make some serious pesto, the last of the year.
Lovely street scenes and fences. Those dogs are so cute.
Beautiful autumnal colours! The dogman looks well wrapped up.
I see roses, but where do spider go in winter?
The middle shot is lovely, especially when enlarged. Hope the little dogs kept warm.
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