I took these photos for "corner view" in Yazd which is normally a warmer city than Tehran. For me the color of spring is pink, but it was late for Yazd's blossoms this time of year.
More Corner Views.
I am happy that you guys are here. :)
~ Ida Nielsen : I boiled the eggs and the veggies separately. Let them cool then put the eggs in dye for a few hours. I also added one spoon of white vinegar.
I found a different recipe for natural coloring today. I will try it this time. :) Oh and haven't you received a package!? :D
~ Robin : Yes and it's really fun to make them!
~ souljane : Really? I didn't know that.
~ Caroline : :-) Yes they are.
~ Simone : wow what a fabulous idea!
~ Tara Thayer : Thank you so much dear Tara for visiting and for the lovely comment. You're so right. We're sometimes so closely similar to each other, wherever we are. :)
~ Victoria @ Hibiscus Bloem : Thank you. :)
~ Ju : Chocolate? Sorry dear don't get it ... :(
~ Jeannette : Have a lovely week too!
~ Sarah : Thanks Sarah.
~ PROVINS : Aw thank you!
~ Clair : Thank you so much, Clair.
~ Julie : That's right. I think I need to use spinach. Thank you for saying!
~ Simone : Well... there were two different groups of eggs. One group in the last post were used for pancakes! But I also dyed some eggs naturally with vegetables which were eaten the morning after new year celebration :)
~ Sara : Thank you so much dear girl! :)
~ michelle : Yes, you're so right. Their colors remind me the childhood days as well. Thank you dear! :)
~ janis : Thanks!
~ Daisy : Aw happy Nowruz to you too dear Daisy :)
~ Pravina Studio : Thank you :)
~ poet : It is always nice to have you here dear friend.
~ emily : Welcome back Emily.
~ Caroline : Thanks!
~ Mandy : Thank you for visiting Mandy. xo
~ Shaista : Oh it's fabulous; yes I will post about it definitely! :)
~ Simone : Thank you so much dear!
~ Robin : wow Robin! It made me happy! :)
~ Jeanne-ming : Thank you my dear :)
~ Annabelle : Thanks dear Annabelle! xo
~ n a t s u m i : Thank you so much Natsumi! :)
~ شهریار : I am happy that my blog makes you feel close to your missed ones. I've never been away for a long time from my family and friends but I am sure that would be the hardest of things. I hope you have a lovely Nowruz and a great year. I hope this year goes for us, Iranians. :)
~ spudballoo : Aw Judith I will tell you more about Nowruz, and right now I am packing some light for you. :)