very nice.mine is local this week too, but no rainforest to be found.
I enjoyed the walk, wonderful shots. Looks like you had a lovely day!
It's beautiful, and different from our rain forest.I love the coincidence of the name Miss Margaret Smith!
So green!! I live in Illinois, and so many things are brown and crunchy now --- seeing your photos was refreshing!
I see you are having the same weather as us. Never has the countryside been so green!
You did capture some beautiful shades of green! Very peaceful.
Beautiful greenery! I love the vine-covered tree trunk.
Rainy days make for lots of green! The fern is beautiful.
So lovely and green! Being Winter here in Australia at the moment, I'm missing the sight of green...it is slowly start to creep back into the gardens though!
That must be a beautiful forest Maggie your photo's tell us so. The rain is very good for all the greens but I think I am getting rusty of it. Have a nice week
Pretty, Maggie. I love ferns. The woods in Northern Michigan are loaded with them and I spent most of my childhood wandering through and enjoying every minute.
Beautiful photos Maggie. I love to walk through the rain forests of the Pacific Northwest and your photos remind me of the beauty one sees there.
It's beautiful, Maggie! I must tell you that I think of you every time I open my current book as one of your tags holds my place!It's raining here for the first time in many, many days. Finally!
I'll be in Normandy in just 10 days! I hope it stays cool...we've been in the high 90's.
Oh dear sounds like very British weather! Lovely photos though.
Lush and green! We've had some welcomed rain recently and the garden is looking greener. ;-)Lovely shots, Maggie. ~ Sarah
....all I can think of is that the cows are making wonderful milk from all that lush green Normandy grass thriving with the rain..........cream and cheese come to mind! A crunchy baguette and a nice glass of wine at the ready............wish we could sit and share.I've been rather remiss in commenting - just so hectic since getting back from Africa. My garden is far from lush and green, so hot here and not much rain at all. I'm heading to the garden now - mainly to check the figs which are starting to ripen - have to get them before the birds and naughty squirrels!Happy weekend Maggie - hope it's a dry, sunny one for you.Hugs - Mary
It's so green there! We are so dry here at the moment. Please send some of your rain to us. :-)
Seriously-- I had no idea that you have a rain forest there-- the photos are gorgeous-- so green and lush! Vicki
Are you sure that isn't my rainforest? It is supposed to get up to 30*c this week. I'm in panic mode with no a.c. xo Jenny
I really did enjoy my walk with you. The countryside in Normandy is beautiful rain or shine. The ferns are my favorite, would love to grow them but to hot and sunny in my gardens! Thanks for the tour Maggie.~EmilyThe French Hutch
Hi Maggie!I sure do miss the Rain Forest in the Olympic Mountain Range of my home state of Washington! It is near Forks, that small town where the Twilight movies are set.xoxo Bunny Jean
Thanks for stopping by, your visit just made my day!