Thursday, March 25, 2010


This is all green here.

We are taking a trip to Yazd tomorrow. I won't be around for four or five days. 

Please enjoy your moments. Say hi to spring. Make something new. Make our world more beautiful by your smile. 
and B R E A T H E ...


~ 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!



Robin said...

How pretty! Happy spring! Enjoy Yazd, I can't wait to see photos from your trip. :)

Anna Emilia said...

Oh so beautiful there! All those colors and patterns and smiles (:

Have a wonderful trip dear Shokoofeh!

Anonymous said...

So beautiful photos! They really looke like spring:) Enjoy your trip and have a great time!

Le blÖg d'Ötli said...

Beautiful and adorable ! Hello spring ;)

kristina said...

such lovely spring photos! have a wonderful trip!

design traveller said...

Great photos, so cozy!

michelle. said...

Your photos are so clear and sparkling. I love the close up of the tree. It really shows off the complexity and beauty of nature. Lots of love! said...

Interesting post, good shots and blog!!


ibb said...

Lovely photos, spring is coming elsewhere and it keep us smiling.

Anonymous said...

your photography is beautiful.


Aron said...

That bark is lovely!