I can see Hockney, camera in hand, peering over the wall 😉
He’s such a copy cat, that David.
Similar to our garden, except no pool and no chair. ‘Sun’s shing though
Sounds good …no bloody pool upkeep.
Ha! You’re right. Now I want to go home.
With that oleander, it could be South Carolina, too.
Oleander, or Rose Laurier in France, does really well here. I have to cover it during the really cold parts of January and February.
Just gorgeous, Roger 🙂
there now.. perfick.. c
Darling Buds of July:)
How very, very inviting . . . and somehow that French ambience does come thru’ . . . just don’t make too close friends with the very poisonous oleander, pretty tho’ it may be !
I’ve got a huge pool – it’s called the Hérault river 🙂
And you don’t have to spend a fortune looking after it.
It’s freezing here. Jealous!
We’re in “complaining” hot weather…it’s never quite right:)
Haha. No it’s not is it.
No…but still very nice:)
Reminds me of my years living in Florida but I’d have liked to have spent those years in France. 🙂
Very LA. I just wish i had that pool 🙂
It has the look, doesn’t it?
Oh this is just cruel 🙂
Cruel to be kind:)
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