Sunday, February 8, 2009

Some branches of virginia creeper


Terracotta dove
Always attentive and seduced by the hidden treasures of nature, I gathered some branches of Virginia creeper that intertwines, wraps itself around a beautiful Florentine cypress, suffocating it. I could not let it suffer any longer and as you can imagine, I had a little idea of my own...

Old mirror frame Terracota dove in a nest made with branches of virginia creeper Nest made with branches of virginia creeper

Make a nest for the lone dove, allowing him to wait for a fine day. And
then decorate with some gypsophila (baby's-breath / soap wort) and olive branches for a small romantic note.

Original article "Quelques sarments de vigne vierge" translated by Annie of The Bunny Bungalow

24 commentaires:

salina said...

Oh, I love it! I love your discriptive writing as well.:)
Take care!
~Salina

Miss Kris said...

Laeriss this might be my favourite image this year! This little bird is so lovely surrounded by baby's breath. A sweet romantic note:o)

cityfarmer said...

as always you given us another breath of fresha air ... I would love to add you to my favorites.

KarenHarveyCox said...

How beautiful.
Karen

Diane said...

The entire vignette is beautiful! You have a lovely touch with color, composition and the final photo!
Diane

Janee said...

Beautiful! Thank you for sharing your work!

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

Another beautiful inspiration.. hugs ~lynne~

HEIDIS KLEINES PARADIES said...

Hallo,

das ist wieder mal eine schöne Dekoration. Wow.

Liebe Grüsse

heidi

Weißer Vintagezauber said...

Hallo,very nice the decoration in naturel design.Lovley things.Lg,from Elke.*********

wwwricciericicom-ingridj said...

Cara Laeriss,

What a lovely, cosy nest. I'll jump in myself. After this horrid winter (not yet finished), I could do with a nest full of svents. Bacione, Ingrid

Nostalgia at the Stone House said...

Laeriss,
I'm so pleased to have discovered your beautiful blog - it is DIVINE!
I'll be back...
Niki

Villa Luftslottet said...

That was truly som lovely pictures!!
And you hav a beautiful blog:)

Minna said...

Laeriss! You're so talented, just love your decorations and photos you take! Hugs from Sweden, Minna :)

Anne Marie said...

That post inspired me to show some pictures of my devotion towards birds myself!
Thank you!
Very nice to have met you.
Anne Marie

sassytrash said...

Laeriss, what a beautiful site you have! It is so refreshing and uplifting, and now one of my favorites. Nancy

texasdaisey said...

You have such a way of expressing through your pictures even with the color you use. Very beautiful.
Debbie

Anita said...

Hello Laeriss,many thanks for putting me in your readers list.It's always fun for the eyes ,your blog with beautiful pictures,and such inspiration too.Keep on going,i will follow!Many greetings Anita.

kate said...

Hi, what a lovely post. Love your photo!! its the perfect time of year for nests. Here in south carolina its spring, the birdies are crazy.
best to you
kate

G-style said...

Hello , as always you have made such beautiful pictures !!
I love your blog and will come here again,greetings from Gea

weisser traum said...

hallo deine dekoration ist traumhaft schöööööööööööööööööööön. grüässli daniela

Alison said...

Oh that dove is just beautiful, what a lovely idea.
love
Alison
x

tales from an O.C. cottage said...

Ohhhhhhhhhhh, what gorgeous pictures!!!!

Laeriss said...

Thank you to all of you.
@ Niki : Welcome
@ Cityfarmer, Minna and Nancy : I'm so flattered ;-)
@ Anne-Marie : The pleasure is for me.
@ Anita : ;-)
@ Gea : you will be always the welcome !

Vackra Magnolia Och Bland Mina Busiga Barn said...

Hello my friend!
Telescopic in a turn at your blog and really admire it! Hit, I will come again! Hope all is well with you? And hope you have a continued nice Tuesday evening! Hugs Tina from Sweden!

 

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