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SPRING: Colors 1

By gss  
Scilla bifolia (romanian Viorea (sg) Viorele (pl)), in a north Bucharest forest, late February 2014
They adapted better than snowdrops, to the massive collection of people, so that they "preach" now the spring ( no more snowdeops - it's very hardly to find a snowdrop that has "escaped" from the plague breaking mass in the forests,)
[ I still have connection problems (and as I write each comment in google translate and then copy your web pages with an unpredictable connection, going tough)]

Tags: Forest Spring Flower Color Flowers and plants

Voters: nonur, ali63, Alan_Baseley and 14 more

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nonur Plus
7 17 11 Turkey
14 May 2014 11:00AM
How lovely! Beautiful capture, Silviu. I like it a lot.

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ali63 Plus
4 756 1 United Kingdom
14 May 2014 11:05AM
Very beautiful,

ColleenA Plus
4 319 4 Australia
14 May 2014 12:07PM
A really beautiful capture Silviu. Don't stress to much about your internet problems. We all understand the frustration.
Joline Plus
10 27 53 United States
14 May 2014 12:58PM
Great minds work alike.....see my Siberian Squill today. They may be invasive but they are a lovely invasion to my eyes.
Bantu Plus
3 7 1 India
14 May 2014 1:24PM
Beautiful capture.

14 May 2014 1:45PM
Very beautiful , Silviu! - Hope you solve your problems. Smile --- Jukka.
mistere Plus
3 1 3 England
14 May 2014 6:03PM
Very Lovely Silviu, Tine-te de lucru bun. (hope google got that right)

14 May 2014 7:55PM
Beautiful shot Silviu. Cathy
14 May 2014 10:09PM
Stunning capture, Silviu.

15 May 2014 8:07PM
A really beautiful capture
gss 2 1 Romania
16 May 2014 10:37AM

Quote:Very Lovely Silviu, Tine-te de lucru bun. (hope google got that right)


Thanks Dave - did you mean "Keep up the good work"? ( a good way to verify google translate in some "exotic" language is to put the sentence in the reverse way - i switched - what you wrote in Romanian - from Rom>>Eng)
mistere Plus
3 1 3 England
16 May 2014 5:49PM
Hi Silviu,
"Keep up the good work" was the intended message, glad it came across.


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