they are still blooming,...

...the oleanders in the garden. I would like to stop the time... to be hugged even longer by the light of summer... and enjoy even more its warmth, the colours, the voices, the taste, the scents...
Love the soft pastels! Fav!
posted September 20th, 2018  
I like oleanders, but if yours are the same as ours every bit of them is poisonous if ingested. Nevertheless, this is an achingly beautiful dreamy shot of these flowers.
posted September 20th, 2018  
Beautiful softness
posted September 20th, 2018  
Stunning!
posted September 20th, 2018  
Ein schöner weicher Schuss
posted September 20th, 2018  
Lovely presentation
posted September 20th, 2018  
luxuriously gorgeous
posted September 20th, 2018  
so feminine
posted September 20th, 2018  
Love the pink! Fav.
posted September 20th, 2018  
Beautiful
posted September 20th, 2018  
Soft and beautiful :)
posted September 20th, 2018  
attention getter, this shot is. it feels dreamy soft and calming. if i was to give this capture a name, i'd call it "romance". aces!
posted September 20th, 2018  
Beautiful shot! :)
posted September 20th, 2018  
So dreamy!
posted September 20th, 2018  
dreamy and delightful
posted September 20th, 2018  
Beautiful colors and softness.
posted September 20th, 2018  
Gorgeous image, color
posted September 20th, 2018  
Beautiful delicate image :-)
posted September 20th, 2018  
A wonderful shot.
posted September 20th, 2018  
Lovely dreamy effect
posted September 20th, 2018  
Beautiful!
posted September 20th, 2018  
💟💟💟
posted September 20th, 2018  
Lovely! Fav
posted September 21st, 2018  
Beautiful workmanship!
posted September 21st, 2018  
@golftragic You're right, Marnie. The sap of oleander is actually very toxic. If there are small children in the house, then one should do without this flower.
posted September 22nd, 2018  
@summerfield
Thank you, Vikki, for your nice comment! A touch of romance - I like that. :)
posted September 22nd, 2018  
@jerome Absolutely right Jerome. We haven't been able to put in a water-tank because our neighbour's huge oleander drops leaves in our gutters all the time.
posted September 22nd, 2018  
@golftragic I suppose oleanders are getting very big in your country, maybe as big as a tree. In our latitudes oleanders remain rather small. It also has to spend the winter in the cellar. It must therefore not be overly big. It is cut regularly.
posted September 22nd, 2018  
@jerome They can get very big, the one I'm talking about is higher than our house.
posted September 22nd, 2018  
@golftragic Higher than a house - unbelievable. Our oleanders thrive only as potted plants - they can be up to two meters. Before they are stored in the cellar in the fall, they must be cut.
posted September 22nd, 2018  
Oleanders are often huge here and used in public plantings in areas where it is inaccessible for children...such magnificent flowers. Shame they are so toxic. Your photo reminds us of just how very beautiful their flowers are.
posted September 26th, 2018  
@hrs Yes, it is a beautiful plant. Such huge oleanders are not at all in memory of my trip to Australia. But I was mainly in the outback on the road. But of course I believe it immediately.
posted September 27th, 2018  
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