Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Provence? No it's Bucks County

Peace Valley Lavender Farm. Soon there will be a sea of purple and the scent of lavender in the air.

16 comments:

  1. I can smell the lavender from here! Love the B & W.
    Hope your back is feeling better.
    ☼ Sunny

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  2. Well it sure looks like it could be in Provence!

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  3. Lovely photo! I've got a bike like that! I love the composition :)

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  4. As always, a great shot! I can imagine the color, even if I can't see it...

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  5. James, once again a beautiful image!

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  6. The fence is the killing detail! there's a rule in Provence: no fence. Except from that (if you re-frame the picture), the illusion will be perfect! Lavender time in july..Will you also have cicadas there?..
    (I like a lot the story about Vic's parents! Lovely!)

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  7. Just needs some hard cheese, and a stick of crusty French bread; is that a bottle of wine I see?

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  8. This picture is amazing!I can feel here this lovely atmosphere.I love the composition with the bottle of wine and lavender and of course the cute bike!Just perfect!
    Léia :)

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  9. Gorgeous! Such a great feel.

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  10. Brings me back to childhood...in a good way~

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  11. This is so charming! I wish there was room in my life for this kind of lifestyle. Cycling, long afternoons for leisurely shopping, a stop in a cafe... I wish.

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  12. The bottle of wine in the basket is just the perfect touch!

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  13. Probably it will be the sea of a good fragrance.
    Color, Scent...
    I can imagine it.

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  14. Can I borrow your bike?
    Want to see more of this amazing scenery.
    Great b&w work, James!

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  15. I had no idea there were lavender fields in Pennsylvania! You are right, there is nothing here to say this is not Provence, James.

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