Tuesday, June 05, 2007


Agapanthus flower
against a weathered wall
of an hacienda from the 1500s..
Taken today, a few blocks aways from our home.
The beauty of that pink old layered wall
just takes my breath away
every time I walk past it.

6 Lovely Comments:

Blogger Carlene said...

That is just gorgeous.

6/05/2007 6:56 PM  
Blogger Sue B said...

Gorgeous photo. I'll bet the colors are even better in person. I love the watercolor in the previous post.

6/06/2007 1:47 AM  
Blogger Beckie said...

I've started to learn Spanish and want to travel to a country that speaks the language. Where is the wall where the photo was taken? Or what town or country is it in. It reminds me of a wall in Charleston, NC at the college there - but that wall is only 150 years old.
I enjoy your art work so much, it's always fresh and makes me feel happy!

6/08/2007 7:09 AM  
Blogger Geninne said...

Thank you so much :)

Beckie: Thank you for visiting! That Hacienda is some 30 minutes away from Mexico City towards the city of Toluca.
It's so great that you are learning another language...it will open many more doors.

6/09/2007 7:57 AM  
Blogger pinky said...

una de mis flores favoritas!!!

6/11/2007 9:31 AM  
Blogger pussman said...

so lovely, I have an agapanthus also, but no flower yet. And no wall like this. Good luck!

6/12/2007 6:27 AM  

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