Sunday, 15 April 2012

Du rose autour du cou

Place du palais, AvignonPlace du palais des papes les arbres de Judée sont en fleur. Je n'avais jamais remarqué que les fleurs poussent parfois à même le tronc en écharpe moelleuse et colorée.

On popes palace square the Judas trees are in bloom. I'd never noticed how the flowers sometimes grow straight off the trunk - a fluffy and colourful scarf.

26 comments:

Chri said...

Pourrait-ce être l'intervention d'Ali qui aurait mis du rose aux troncs?

Madge Bloom said...

SO gorgeous! I've never seen flowere cling to the tree trunk quite like that. If you enjoy participating in memes, I host a meme called 'Weekly Top Shot.' I'd love for you to come share your photographer's eye with me and my readers, here's the link: http://www.theviewfromrighthere.com/blog/?p=7002

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

This is extraordinary. I have never seen anything like it.

Jack said...

These are wonderful, Nathalie. These are new trees to me.

Julie said...

Count me into the astounded group, also Nathalie. It is like a fungus, but obviously not a fungus. It is immensely beautiful. Such a lovely shade of purple/lilac/mauve.

Element Urbain said...

Magnifique!

louciao said...

It's like Nature's version of knit-bombing (where guerilla knitters stealthily enrobe an unsuspecting tree, fire hydrant,telephone pole, bicycle or other innocent object with metres of knitting).

mirae said...

bonjour chère magnifique Nathalie, ah c'est une des plus belles signatures florales de la nature que j'ai vu.

j'aimerais avoir un foulard comme ca mais non pas vraiment haha oui je voudrais dire un foulard de la meme couleur de celui de l'arbre haha.

je t'embrasse en rose.
ps je suis contente que le palais des papes soit adorné en rose.

jeff said...

L'arbre de Judée doit avoir des origines tahitiennes !...:-)
C'est un de mes arbres préférés !!!

Bises ;-)
Excellente journée Nathalie

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Je n'avais pas remarqué non plus.
C'est très beau.

Tilia said...

Magnifique !
Non seulement j'ai la réponse à ma question d'hier concernant le nom de cet arbre, de plus je suis éblouie par la beauté de cette photo réellement magique ! Bravo, merci et bon dimanche, Nathalie

Babzy said...

c'est juste magique :)

jeandler said...

Les fleurs, surtout, sur les troncs, le vieux bois!

Surperbes images.

Gunn said...

Very very pretty!
Unique to me.

lireaujardin said...

Superbe !

Jilly said...

Well... neither did I. Never noticed they grew like this before - perhaps it's a one-off having been drastically pruned? Love the way you've framed these shots.

JM said...

Amazing! I have no idea what these trees might be.

Catherine said...

that is an unusual but beautiful tree...

Speedway said...

We know them here as redbud trees, which bloom early in spring and very often have their flowers along their trunks. I think of them as puffy spring sweaters. Ours bloomed a couple weeks ago and have mostly fallen away. Here are a few of mine -
http://www.speedwaydailyphoto.blogspot.com/2012/03/pink-arbor.html

claude said...

Ma mère en a un dans sons jardin, jamais je n'ai remarqué pareille jolie chose.
Bichel a raison, c'est très beau.

Pastelle said...

Très joli point de vue au travers de cet arbre coloré...

Thérèse said...

Comme c'est beau: j'y vois, sur la premiere image, un ourson en fleur s'accrochant de ses huit pattes :-)

Karl Demetz said...

Fantastic spring photos, Nathalie!

/t. said...

aha haha ha

nathalie & nikon
sitting in a tree...

beautiful!

× × ×

/t.

An Eye for Detail said...

We have these in North Carolina too... the first time I saw them, last year, I couldn't believe it! Gorgeous colors!

AL said...

These are really very beautiful and very unusual. I've never seen the Judas tree...(I seem to learn so much through blogging)!

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