Sunday, July 21, 2019

Alpe di Siusi in North Italy.

We walked  one of the largest plateau area in Europe at second day in Dolomiti.


Alpe di Siusi.












Watasuge plants grow in coloniies.


Watasuge plants.


Shiogama flowers grow in colonies.



Tumekusa flowers grow in colonies.


A Gentiana family.





Bell flowers.


Kokemantema flowers.


We stayed at a hotel in Ortisei.


Next day, we walked to Geisler alm.

We enjoyed this hiking very much.


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  2. Hello, gorgeous views of the mountains and lovely flowers. Enjoy your day, wishing you a great new week!

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  3. Wow - love the landscape and the wildflowers you encountered hiking, Minoru. Very green - they must have adequate moisture this summer.

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  5. The fields of flowers are spectacular! I've enjoyed your photos and mosaics!

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  7. What a beautiful place.

    Worth a Thousand Words

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  9. You and I both enjoy taking pictures of alpine flowers. Mountain meadows bring so much joy! This also makes me think of the story of Heidi, which is partly set in an alm. Thanks for returning to Mosaic Monday - we look forward to seeing you again!

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    1. Dear Angie.
      Thank you very much for your comment. I also imagined the Heidi's story.

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  10. I am very impressed with this Geisler Alm as I have never heard of this place. This must be a very special private tour that brought you there with so much flowers to explore and see. Normally tourists would only visit big cities like Rome or Milan. I am glad to hear that you enjoyed the hiking trip.

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    1. Dear Twilight Man.
      Thank you very much for your comment.I made it a rule not to visit famous Cities in Foreign countries little by little.

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  11. The wildflowers are very beautiful.

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  13. Watasuge plants are adorable they look like fuzzy toys. Have a great week

    much love...

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  14. I would love to hike there. Colorful wildflowers, dramatic mountains, beauty wherever you look. Thank you for sharing your photos.

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  15. I want to be where you were! Thanks for sharing. I'm going to imagine myself there now.

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  17. Gorgeous! What a lovely journey you had! Thanks for sharing your photos at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2019/07/save-gato.html.

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