Donnerstag, 31. März 2016

Tiny violets










And a wild cyclamen


Kommentare:

  1. On the last day of March wonderfully March violets!

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  2. Phantastische Aufnahmen. Und das ist so schwer, sie auf den foto zu bannen! Hast Du sehr gut hingekriegt. Farbe und Form. So wie man sie wirklich erlebt, wenn man aufmerksam hinschaut! P.

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  3. Die Veilchen, ich liebe sie und ihr Duft weckt in mir immer wunderschöne Kindheitserinnerungen.
    Danke für diesen herrlichen Post und auch für den Link zu diesen schönen Zeilen über das Gänseblümchen, ich kannte ihn noch nicht!
    Ich wünsche dir einen frühlingshaften Donnerstag.
    ♥liche Grüße

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  4. A thing of beauty. Lovely to look at.

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  5. Ein Veilchen so klein und fein, ist wunderschön an zu sehen. Und wie sie duften, diese herrlichen kleinen Blümchen. Toll!

    Liebe Grüße
    Paula

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  6. Ein Veilchen so klein und fein, ist wunderschön an zu sehen. Und wie sie duften, diese herrlichen kleinen Blümchen. Toll!

    Liebe Grüße
    Paula

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  7. Wunderschön sind die kleinen Veilchen...du hast sie toll fotografiert.
    Ich habe bei uns noch keine Veilchen entdeckt.
    Liebe Grüße, Karin

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  8. Very pretty violets here.

    I feel badly that you had a hard time understanding my post, so I shall try and explain the different educational choices we have stateside, which means this will be another lengthy comment from me :).

    We have public (or government controlled) school, private school, and homeschool. Our public school system was modeled on the Prussian one. Private schools also have some government oversight but not as much as public schools. The third option is home school, where parents can choose to school their children at home. There are many different ways to home school,from doing it all yourself, choosing an online (through the internet) option, joining a co op or a mix of some of these methods.

    Co op is short for cooperative. Basically a group of parents get together and decide to have classes for the children taught by other parents or sometimes even hiring outside tutors. Each co op is different in when they meet, what they offer,etc... The one I am in meets once a week and the students have homework to complete for their classes the rest of the week. All classes are parent taught and classes can change from year to year due to people entering and leaving coop, people moving away, etc...

    I had been in this co op for 4 years and this last year decided not to do it, since I still wanted blessing at age 12 and in sixth grade to still be in elementary school. When I was growing up,6th grade was still considered elementary, but was starting to shift to sixth grade being middle school and now it is accepted as fact that 6th graders will be middle school which is sixth to eighth grade.

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  9. Very pretty violets here.

    I feel badly that you had a hard time understanding my post, so I shall try and explain the different educational choices we have stateside, which means this will be another lengthy comment from me :).

    We have public (or government controlled) school, private school, and homeschool. Our public school system was modeled on the Prussian one. Private schools also have some government oversight but not as much as public schools. The third option is home school, where parents can choose to school their children at home. There are many different ways to home school,from doing it all yourself, choosing an online (through the internet) option, joining a co op or a mix of some of these methods.

    Co op is short for cooperative. Basically a group of parents get together and decide to have classes for the children taught by other parents or sometimes even hiring outside tutors. Each co op is different in when they meet, what they offer,etc... The one I am in meets once a week and the students have homework to complete for their classes the rest of the week. All classes are parent taught and classes can change from year to year due to people entering and leaving coop, people moving away, etc...

    I had been in this co op for 4 years and this last year decided not to do it, since I still wanted blessing at age 12 and in sixth grade to still be in elementary school. When I was growing up,6th grade was still considered elementary, but was starting to shift to sixth grade being middle school and now it is accepted as fact that 6th graders will be middle school which is sixth to eighth grade.

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  10. Wunderschön sind deine Aufnahmen von den herrlichen Veilchen, liebe Mascha und ihr herrlicher Duft weht mir hier förmlich um die Nase. :-)
    Das Foto mit der Schnecke im Hintergrund ist ein richtiger Hingucker. :-)

    Ganz liebe Grüße schickt dir
    Christa

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  11. You made a beautiful serie of violets! They are so early in your garden. I have not seen one so far. Groetjes Hetty thanks for linking.

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  12. Gorgeous Mascha! Thank you for sharing with Today's Flowers again. Happy day to you :)

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  13. So lovely dear Mascha. Ours have not blossomed yet, but the leaves are beginning to unfold in perfect little hearts.

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  14. Beautiful. I always think violets are so, so beautiful when one really examines them.

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  15. So pretty! I love the pattern on the snail shell.

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  16. These violets are such pretty little things! Many thanks for sharing these with Seasons:). The Purple ones as my favorite. color! have a happy week, and "see" you soon::)

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  17. i love all these pretty purple flowers!

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  18. Delicate and beautiful! I love violets! Their colors are so gorgeous!

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  19. This is one of my favorite spring flowers. They smell so sweet. Loved the little snail in the one photo.

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  20. Wonderful, Mascha.
    Many thanks for participating in the Floral Friday Foto meme, I hope to see your entry in this week's edition also!

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