Friday, January 6, 2017

Friday Foto Friends #61

Knowing me with a big interest in the unusual things around the world that I find on the web, I thought I would begin the new year with this first Friday Foto friends and title it:

For the Love Of Ivy

Courtyard of the Plaza Athenee Paris, France

Ivy Overgrown House London

Juba Life New Zealand
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Now as for me I would worry about how many creepy crawlies are nestled in all that Ivy. Yucky!!

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11 comments:

  1. Oh how pretty....I have always wanted a house covered in ivy...although I am allergic to it, giggling. Have a beautiful day, Toni.

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  2. I agree Toni. The one in Paris looks pretty and it looks like they keep it trimmed.

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  3. lol...I bet there's a lot of creepy crawlies nesting in all that ivy. That first picture was really awesome, I like that they keep the ivy trimmed away from the windows!

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  4. How beautiful, but I'd worry about the creepy crawlies too!

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  5. That is amazing! Wow! I have ivy growing on the ground here, but thankfully not up on the house. don't think I want it there! Those are very interesting and pretty pictures!

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  6. Oh, my goodness, I thought the same thing about that last photo. I can't imagine what kind of creepy crawlie is lurking in all that growth!!! Makes me kinda shiver!! LOL Thanks so much for sharing....HOPE you have a great weekend.

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  7. These pictures are wonderful Toni. a lot of upkeep on some of them I guess. Ivy can tear a place up but it is so beautiful.
    Snowing here today again.
    Keep warm and have a lovely weekend my friend

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  8. Even though it's pretty, you have to think that it can't be good for the side of the building!

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  9. I think it's gorgeous! Maybe having a can of bug spray by the window would be appropriate :)

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  10. That is very nice! In my language it is called: klim-op (the ivy) You can translate it a bit, I think. Klim-op is climb up.

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