Just a gallimaufry of photos ...
Medinilla scortechinii King 'Orange'
Afternoon delights in my favourite cafe
"Some beautiful paths on our journey can only be discovered when you dare to face the unknown." Daniela Birch
Traditional Dutch house in Zaanse Schans
Beautiful photos, Veronica. The zinnia was very pretty. I have sown zinnia for the first time this year, but they have not bloomed yet.ReplyDelete
Have a great Sunday!
That cattle egret was fascinating! I don't think I have heard of that bird before! Always great stunning pictures, Veronica! Happy weekend!ReplyDelete
It's not often you find a good cafe that you enjoy being at. The food at yours looks well worth a visitReplyDelete
wow another group of nice photos to look at...ReplyDelete
Me gustaron los postres y ese especie de tunel. Te mando un beso.ReplyDelete
very beautiful photos Veronica,l i like egret...and those flower, i usualy call it kembang kertas. Enjoy your week ^^ReplyDelete
Yes, we are approaching Father's Day once more; you're already living it.
Lovely images here above!
Mariette from Georgia/USA—tired now as I have not fully recovered yet from that long day of 24 hours yesterday...
Hi Veronica, I love your picture collections. Especially the ones with food :)ReplyDelete
Great shots of the Cattle Egret. Thanks for prominently featuring this bird.ReplyDelete
As always, they are beautiful images, Veronica. But that cattle egret series is absolutely remarkable. Gorgeous! Happy week and thanks for coming by!ReplyDelete
The egret looks so beautiful! I love that Dutch house too.ReplyDelete
Hello Veronica, Love your Cattle Egret photos. It is a beautiful bird. The desserts look yummy, a nice treat. Lovely flowers and plants. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, enjoy your day and new week ahead.ReplyDelete
Cool bird shots!ReplyDelete
As usual, I'm intrigued by the dessert pics. LOL.
That's another great compilation of photos, dear Veronica! Very nice animal and plant shots. The mural in the coffee house looks spectacular!ReplyDelete
Have a great new week!
Gallimaufry is a new word for me. I understood it from context, but had to look it up to get the true meaning. - MargyReplyDelete
I love that word! I wonder if I'm saying it right though! Love the cattle egrets. We have them here but it can be a challenge to get good pics!ReplyDelete
Love the birds.ReplyDelete
Great photos as always, and those birds are just beautiful! I love the tribute to fatherhood on father's day, but I keep going back to the cafe painting and that wonderful chocolate dessert! Yummy!ReplyDelete
Such lovely photos. That woman in the painting is living the dream. Just add a book to her coffee and pastries and I would be so happy.ReplyDelete
The food always looks so darn good. That bird is something to see!ReplyDelete
Loved the egrets and the Father's Day statue, not to mention the pastries!ReplyDelete
More great photos, Veronica - beautiful cattle egrets.ReplyDelete
What fab photos again nicely catured too and love the treatsReplyDelete
Have a gallimaufrytastic week 👍
Beautiful photos--especially of the egret--and I love that Fatherhood sculpture.ReplyDelete
Gostei destas belas fotografias.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
Wonderful pictures. Happy Tuesday to you.ReplyDelete
awww a cute statue about relationship parent and baby...i like the beautiful garden and colorful flower ^^ReplyDelete
oh that beautiful egret! and that CAFE!ReplyDelete
I am really fascinated by the Traditional Dutch housesReplyDelete
Wow...beautiful pictures :-)ReplyDelete
Beauty and Fashion/Rampdiary/Glamansion
A beautiful variety of photos!!ReplyDelete
Great photos - wonderful egret, zinnia, food - well everything!ReplyDelete
Lovely pictures! That egret is beautiful and I love that leaf tunnel.ReplyDelete
Hi veronica. Naturally I homed in on the bird photos. It seems that wherever I go in the world I see Cattle Egrets and they always seem to be an obliging species for the camera. You took time great pics. I like that plate of sweet delights too.ReplyDelete
There are so beautiful images! I like them and I taste a little bit the cake!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Veronica for this new series!
Happy WW and afine week!
They are all beautiful photos. We get egrets here too but I think they might be smaller.ReplyDelete
That Fatherhood sculpture is gorgeous!ReplyDelete
beautiful photos as always...ReplyDelete
Lots of cool photos. Egrets are such odd birds and there are so many kinds of them. Love that path through the greenery on the rounded fence.ReplyDelete
How wonderful and colourful collages dear Veronica. My husband will like the chocolate cake, I prefer the blueberry,ReplyDelete
...nature and art, what a lovely combination!ReplyDelete
The pathways made under trees like that always impress me. Excellent gallimaufry. :)ReplyDelete
Such a beautiful photos. Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
your photos are amazingReplyDelete
Beautifully splendid photos!ReplyDelete
Your photos are always SO gorgeous, and that cattle egret is absolutely stunning!ReplyDelete
Your pictures are so pretty.ReplyDelete
I especially liked those delights at your favorite cafe, Veronica Lee, and what's NOT to like from the choices shown. Cattle egret were a familiar sight when we lived on the VA eastern shore. They would perch on the backs of wild horses and the horses never seemed to mind their presence.ReplyDelete
Wonderful variety of photos. I enjoyed them all and like the quote "Some beautiful paths on our journey can only be discovered when you dare to face the unknown." Very inspiring . We have lots of those egrets in South Florida.ReplyDelete
Delightful pictures once again. An egret has suddenly taken up residence in my local park and it's caused a lot of interest!ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos! I love the cattle egret, it's very prettyReplyDelete
The afternoon delights look delicious and that statue is gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Love that Dutch house as it reminds me of the one in Keukenhof Tulip Garden in Amsterdam. I like the quote also. Have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
Love these pictures. So beautiful. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Love: Mariann Yip
I love zinnias. In the garden of my childhood they grew a hundredfold. Hugs, NicoleReplyDelete
Oh wow so many great photos here, love seeing a glimpse of the world through your eyes. Very nice!ReplyDelete
much to love in your post. It is several years now since I saw a Cattle egret. That beautiul bird. Also loved the house at the streem .ReplyDelete
I really love egrets mostly because my dad did and loved your photos of them!ReplyDelete
Have a lovely day. Beautiful shots. I love it. RegineReplyDelete
Cute photos, I love them! Happy weekend!ReplyDelete
Oh my! What a magnificent opening shot --those peacocks! Fantastic. And of course I loved all the other photos as well, especially the birds. What a treat to visit and enjoy it all!ReplyDelete