Wednesday, 17 February 2010

"evolution"















xxx

13 comments:

Claudia Medeiros said...

How inspiring, Yiota !!!!

Nature is always so amazing ! You had such a sensitive feeling on posting this beautiful miracle of life for us today :)

Have a even more beautiful day !
xoxoxo

MyStory of HiStory said...

Aaahh... tis a good thing to be able to grow & bloom where you are planted! :) Lovely pics!

rockinloubylou said...

Beautiful, and a lovely idea.

Scattering Lupines said...

Oh, MY! How neat! Thank you for sharing this with us!

marigold jam said...

Beautiful - I can almost smell their perfume!

Jane

Lynne said...

Lovely photos. I've been enjoying some indoor bulbs too.

Joy said...

O Yiota! What an absolutely gorgeous post! It made me feel Spring coming, all the way from the other side of the world!

Raymonde said...

Thank you for this post full of the possibilities of Spring. Yours are definitely more advanced than the ones I posted yesterday. They are great. Happy blogging. xxx

Tracy said...

What wonders a few days does! This is beautiful, Yiota. Where I am we are covered with snow. The only flowers now being ones indoors. Your flowers give me hope in spring ahead. :o) Happy Weekend ((HUGS))

Jessie said...

thank you for the journey -- i don't have a green thumb, so to see a plant begin a journey to full bloom, is amazing to me.

warm smiles for a beautiful weekend,

Claudia Medeiros said...

"These look delicious; I like savoury treats and these sound perfect. One problem though: no tapioca flour here; any alternatives?"


Hi, Yiota :)
Unfortunatly, there isn't another alternative for tapioca flour :( This ingredient is what makes this recipe typically Brazilian and with a unique flavour, as we use tapioca flour in many recipes because the native heritage. But I think you can find it at international groceries.
Once, when I was living in Europe, I found this ingredient at a grocery like that.

xxx

Lucy Caitlin Higham said...

Your colourful flowers remind me that Spring is around the corner, Yippee!
Lovely photographs. I have enjoyed the holidays thank you, although I have been very busy with homework and studying and unfortunately also a virus!
Lucy xxx

Sherry said...

Yiota, I love how you captured the gradual bloom until the hyacinths were in all their glory. And the beauty of the flowers as they went from tight bud to full bloom. Seriously beautiful and a breathe of spring!! xo