Sonia, these are beautiful. I love the big trees especially with the orange flowers hanging down.
oh, my goodness! just so gorgeous! thank you for sharing your beauty!
Aplaudindo daqui essas belezas de fotos! Um espetáculo! Adorei! Feliz dia das mães! bjs, chica
BEAUTIFUL, BEAUTIFUL, BEAUTIFUL......! I love that yellow blossomed tree, and the Orchid tree, too.....well....in truth, I love them ALL dear Sonia.....It is Magical, as I have said before----I repeat myself, because it is true! I always love seeing where you live and the beauty that surrounds you.
Cara Sonia,belo passeio!A última imagem é de que tipo de árvore?Abraço
Olá José,É pena, mas eu não sei o nome desta árvore, mas sei que ela é uma árvore nativa, original do cerrado brasileiro. :)
Sonia, you live in such a wonderful place, and these pictures are very nice!Three images were missing indeed, now they are ok :-)Happy Sunday!
Hello Pietro and Cynthia,I am glad that the three images that were missing, now are ok! I will see them soon! Thanks for let me know. :)
Thanks for sharing your beautiful photos Sonia. I would be walking all about your home every day with all that beauty!
Oh look at the orchid in the tree - what a lovely little surprise as you are walking along.
Enjoyed the walking tour of your property.Big sprawling place with nice tall trees and a nice big lake.
Beautiful! I love the orchid growing in the tree, The only things that grow in trees here are squirrels! And birds!
What is that hanging blooms on the tree on the first image? Is that part of the tree or some type of orchid that grows on trees? How beautiful are these trees. Love them.
Hello Photo Cache,The orange flowers hanging on the tree on the first image is named in Portuguese, "Flor-de-São João". I did many posts about them. It is named Flame Vine, (Pyrostegia venusta).These orange flowers, considered invasive, is a woody climber that climbs with its tendrils. Popularly known as Fleur-de-Saint-John and Cipo-de-Saint-John, almost all native to Brazil, is found in roadsides, ravines and fences. They begins to bloom in May and runs until September, varying in each state of Brazil. It has medicinal properties and toxic too. Please go to Categories, click on label "Flame Vine" and you can see many others posts about them. The orchild is a wild orchild that grow in that tree. :)
Oh Sonia your Flame vine is flowering! Everything is so green and lush! I have a free hour here in Scotland so I am whizzing around catching up on my favourite blogs! I hope you and Carlos are well and happy dear Sonia and Sofia of course!
Thank you my dear friends for your visit and so nice comments!I am so glad you liked these photos! :)
Such beautiful trees around your house, they're wonderful to see. What a great place to walk!
Hello Sonia,glad you've seen the missing images on my blog, thank you so much for your always nice comments!Pietro
Querida SóniaEstá tão linda, a sua página inicial!Parabéns pelo paradisíaco local onde habita.Obrigada por partilhar.As fotografias estão óptimas.Um beijinhoBeatriz
How beautiful! Love the peach colored orchids in the last photo.
I love the red earth you walk on. It's a piece of paradise.
Thank your husband for me -- they're lovely.
I'm thinking it must always be beautiful there!
Árvores_ que sejam replantadas ,sempre!São maravilhosas.Beijo
Boa Tarde, querida Sonia!Muito lindo passear por sua estrondosas árvores e sentir o frescor da sombra...Bjm muito fraterno
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