March 12, 2014

SPAIN'S OLIVE TREES ...

                                                   AndalucĂ­a alone produces one-third of Spain's olive oil
                                   and 10% of that used in the entire world.








  
Enjoy!

 Nora           

15 comments:

Wendy AppleApricot said...

I love those olive trees, they remind me of many happy holidays in the south. Fav is the one with the red flowers under it, beautiful!

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

olive trees! They are so beautiful. Not so sure about some of those outfits...

bettyl-NZ said...

I always wondered who bought the 'styles' that seem so silly on the catwalk. Your olive trees are really cool.

fredamans said...

The bottom photo of clothes I like. :-)

Cathy Kennedy said...

The skirts the models are wearing in your flashy photo at the top look like feather dusters. lol

A couple of the olive trees you have pictured are very interesting. I love the way the trunks are so twisty in the first photo, and then the second one almost looks like there are three trees joined at the ground level ~ very cool trees!

I am not much of a fashion minded person, and hate to buy for myself. Thankfully, DH loves to do this for me and I must say, he has done a very good job. :D

Sarah~Magnolia Surprise said...

Girls in pom-poms.....
Sometimes you just have to wonder what the designers are thinking (or IF they're thinking...)

carol l mckenna said...

Love the tree and nature shots ~ 'Runways' don't impress me ~ like their sneakers though ^_^

xxx
artmusedog and carol

carol l mckenna said...

Love the tree and nature shots ~ 'Runways' don't impress me ~ like their sneakers though ^_^

xxx
artmusedog and carol

jeannettestgermain said...

The outfits are cute when you're 14:):)
In the first house in CA we rented they had an olive tree in the front and one in the back. They are a lot of work to keep nice looking!

Betty said...

Quite ludicrous indeed! I don't think they had me in mind when they were designed. :)

Jen said...

Tutus are best left to toddlers and ballerinas. I love the olive trees, though.

Eden House News and views said...

I am amazed at how the clothes I wear never appear on the catwalk do yours?

Annesphamily said...

Your photos are always wonderful and I really enjoyed this. Thanks for sharing.

Lady Lilith said...

Wow. Interesting trees. They are all so different.

Jeanne Pursell said...

Those olive trees are beautiful! Yeah...the fashions are a bit ludicrous. Still cannot believe about L'Wren Scott.

Hope things are well with you two!!
Jeanne, Chloe and LadyBug