marți, 15 iulie 2014

No apologies... I love this summer!



 Source/quote: lessonslearnedinlife.com

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vineri, 20 iunie 2014

Stormy weather... or where's the summer?!

 

      This week I found out that can be seen and observed: 5 Sky Events and about that I already mentioned in my previous post. Unfortunately, the meteo aspects of the same week have obstructed the possibility to look the sky including the event of today when it was said that "After sunset on Friday, June 20, look toward the low northwest sky for the king of planets, brilliant Jupiter. The gas giant will make its closest approach to one of the Gemini constellation’s twins, Pollux, tonight. Appearing only 6 degrees apart, the two stellar objects are easy to see even from light-polluted suburbs, wherever there are no obstructions near the horizon."
      

       But unhappily we will still keep the stormy weather and rainy atmosphere... that it will not let us, in a proper manner, obviously to see the sky...


            By the way: On the ceiling of a hypermarket I've observed that are hung some pink funny indicators of "weather prognosis"?!! It looks to be an awesome idea... anyway.... outside the I've found the true face of the nature unleashed...


          A week ago, in friday 13 was a giant moon called "Strawberry Moon"...(The Strawberry Moon of June is sometimes referred to by Europeans as the Rose Moon, while other cultures named it the Hot Moon for the beginning of the summer heat.")

         ...and because it is raining heavily* as it may say " it is still bucketing down".... Oh...yes I found this phrase "it was still bucketing down" that it means in romanian "plouă cu găleata"...

Blurred reflection...
             It's a different vision (as a meteo aspect) in your part of the world? Maybe it's shiny and sunny or maybe, today, it's cloudy and tomorrow it will be rainy, after all... Just let me know...

                So these are the last updates from our part of the world  and soon... it will be "Midsummer  ( in northern hemisphere), also known as St John's Day, is the period of time centered upon the summer solstice, and more specifically the Northern European celebrations that accompany the actual solstice or take place on a day between June 21 and June 25 and the preceding evening. The exact dates vary between different cultures. Because he was alleged to have been born on that day, the Christian Church designated June 24 as the feast day of the early Christian martyr St John the Baptist, and the observance of St John's Day begins the evening before, known as St John's Eve."

Did you know: from wikipedia:

   White flowers of mirabelles in Spring
"In Romania, the Midsummer celebrations are named Drăgaica or Sânziene. Drăgaica is celebrated by a dance performed by a group of 5-7 young girls of which one is chosen as the Drăgaica. She is dressed as a bride, with wheat wreath, while the other girls, dressed in white wear a veil with bedstraw flowers. Midsummer fairs are held in many Romanian villages and cities. The oldest and best known midsummer fair in Romania is the Drăgaica fair, held in Buzău between 10 and 24 June every year. There are many superstitions related to this day, particularly those involving marriage or death. The term Sânziene originates in the Latin ”Sancta Diana”, and superstitions relating to this day are mainly erotic in nature, referring to young girls and their marriage prospects.

             
           We're almost at the solstice of summer and in just a day we're also going to say Goodbye to "cheerful Springtime" with all its green buds, young leaves, fresh and fragile blooms, joyful days of new beginnings in all means and meanings...

 From Wikipedia & other source: 
"The summer solstice occurs when the tilt of a planet's semi-axis, in either the northern or the southern hemisphere, is most inclined toward the star (sun) that it orbits. Earth's maximum axial tilt toward the sun is 23° 26'. This happens twice each year, at which times the sun reaches its highest position in the sky as seen from the north or the south pole.
The summer solstice occurs during a hemisphere's summer. This is northern solstice in the northern hemisphere and the southern solstice in the southern hemisphere. Depending on the shift of the calendar, the summer solstice occurs some time between December 20 and December 23 each year in the southern hemisphere and between June 20 and June 22 in the northern hemisphere."
Click to read more info about: "The June solstice marks the first day of the summer season in the northern hemisphere. The word solstice is from the Latin word “solstitium”, meaning “sun-stopping”, because the point at which the sun appears to rise and set stops and reverses direction after this day. On this day, the sun does not rise precisely in the east, but rises to the north of east and sets to the north of west allowing it to be in the sky for a longer period of time. In the southern hemisphere, the June solstice is known as the shortest day of the year. It is when the sun has reached its furthest point from the equator and marks the first day of winter." 

   White flowers of mirabelles in Spring; "The mirabelle plum, also known as the mirabelle prune (Prunus domestica subsp. syriaca), is the edible drupaceous fruit of the mirabelle prune tree, a cultivar of the plum tree of the genus Prunus. It is believed that the plum was cultivated from a wild fruit grown in Asia Minor.  The mirabelle is identified by its small, oval shape, smooth-textured flesh, and especially by its dark yellow colour which becomes flecked in appearance. They are known for being sweet and full of flavour. The fruit is primarily used in jams and pies, and its juice is commonly fermented for wine or distilled into plum brandy. Ninety percent of mirabelle plums grown commercially are made into either jam (70%) or eau-de-vie (20%). The plums are also excellent when eaten fresh.  In Romania, mirabelles are usually eaten before they are ripe.This is when they are sour and hard, but they are still enjoyed all over the country. It is arguable whether or not the fruit is better when ripe.  The mirabelle reaches maturity and is harvested from July to mid-September (Northern Hemisphere). The traditional method of shaking the trees is now mechanized, but the principle remains the same: The ripe fruits are shaken loose and collected in a net under the tree." From wikipedia.
  White flowers of mirabelles in Spring; image in B&W.

"The mirabelle plum, also known as the mirabelle prune (Prunus domestica subsp. syriaca), is the edible drupaceous fruit of the mirabelle prune tree, a cultivar of the plum tree of the genus Prunus. It is believed that the plum was cultivated from a wild fruit grown in Asia Minor." more infos on wikipedia.

"So is Still Springtime... until tomorrow....
so why not to have a last look at the splendid spring visions
with white and pink blooms on green branches"...


   White flowers of mirabelles in Spring
Spring sunset with friends...
"Prunus armeniaca is a small tree, 8–12 m (26–39 ft) tall, with a trunk up to 40 cm (16 in) in diameter and a dense, spreading canopy. The leaves are ovate, 5–9 cm (2.0–3.5 in) long and 4–8 cm (1.6–3.1 in) wide, with a rounded base, a pointed tip and a finely serrated margin. The flowers are 2–4.5 cm (0.8–1.8 in) in diameter, with five white to pinkish petals; they are produced singly or in pairs in early spring before the leaves."
Apricot pink flowers (Prunus armeniaca)"Prunus armeniaca ("Armenian plum"), the most commonly cultivated apricot species, also called ansu apricot,Siberian apricot, Tibetan apricot, is a species of Prunus, classified with the plum in the subgenus Prunus. The native range is somewhat uncertain due to its extensive prehistoric cultivation." more infos in wikipedia.

...  As long as I mentioned before the term of bucket...   how about this summer plate, "pink bucket* of strawberries"... oh no, no kidding!!...   LOL... how I'm  feeling amused by...coincidence... or of playing with words....
Wikipedia: "The garden strawberry (or simply strawberry /ˈstrɔːb(ə)ri/; Fragaria × ananassa) is a widely grown hybrid species of the genus Fragaria (collectively known as the strawberries). It is cultivated worldwide for its fruit. The fruit (which is not a botanical berry, but an aggregate accessory fruit) is widely appreciated for its characteristic aroma, bright red color, juicy texture, and sweetness. It is consumed in large quantities, either fresh or in such prepared foods as preserves, fruit juice, pies, ice creams, milkshakes, and chocolates. Artificial strawberry aroma is also widely used in many industrial food products.  The garden strawberry was first bred in Brittany, France, in the 1750s via a cross of Fragaria virginiana from eastern North America and Fragaria chiloensis, which was brought from Chile by Amédée-François Frézier in 1714. Cultivars of Fragaria × ananassa have replaced, in commercial production, the woodland strawberry (Fragaria vesca), which was the first strawberry species cultivated in the early 17th century. Technically, the strawberry is an aggregate accessory fruit, meaning that the fleshy part is derived not from the plant's ovaries but from the receptacle that holds the ovaries. Each apparent "seed" (achene) on the outside of the fruit is actually one of the ovaries of the flower, with a seed inside it."
In the shape of a heart... a bright reddish strawberry!!
Fragaria este un gen de plante cu flori din familia Rosaceae, numite comun căpșuni din cauza fructelor lor comestibile. Există peste 20 de specii și numeroși hibrizi. Cele mai cunoscute căpșuni sunt căpșunul de grădină (Fragaria ×ananassa).  Ele cresc în solurile fertile și de obicei se recoltează mai multe la un loc.  Căpșunile de culoare roz sunt foarte rare, dar câteva exemplare au fost raportate in județul Cluj.  Capsunul, planta din care cresc capsunele, are TULPINA aeriana, FRUNZA ovala, cu margine zimtata, penat compusa. Are fructul fals, format din ingrosarea receptaculului floral. Are culoarea rosie si este carnos, parfumat si foarte gustos, dulce."
"pink bucket* of  strawberries"/ "găleată roz de căpșuni"
From Did You Know Category:
Definitions of bucket  (găleată)
  • noun: a roughly cylindrical open container, typically made of metal or plastic, with a handle, used to hold and carry liquids or other material.
  • "Sections of bamboo or plastic buckets are used to carry water from nearby streams for cooking and washing."
  • synonyms: pail, scuttle, can, tin, tub, ice bucket, wine cooler
  • a unit of data that can be transferred from secondary storage in a single operation.
"These caches can be thought of as simple hardware hash tables with fixed size buckets and no chaining, as shown in Figure 1."

  • verb: rain heavily* - "it was still bucketing down"
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Photo instants from Spring/Summer 2014

A cosy and relaxation time to spend in the middle of nature...
 in a garden or park, a resort, on the alleys, in the forrest or whatever...

                     Fun, now and always! 

&
Have a cosy, nice and sunny  summer time!"


"Earth Day 2014"- "Education is at the heart of Earth Day."
 
 
            "2014 The 2014 theme for World Environment Day will focus on 'Small Islands and Climate Change', the official slogan for the year 2014 is 'Raise Your Voice Not The Sea Level."
 
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marți, 17 iunie 2014

"What I truly love" & "5 Sky Events This Week"

 What I truly love/Ce-mi place cu adevărat:

                                     A walk to the Black Sea seashore/ O plimbare la malul Mării Negre...

"The Black Sea* is a sea in Southeastern Europe. It is bounded by Europe, Anatolia and the Caucasus and is ultimately connected to the Atlantic Ocean via the Mediterranean and the Aegean Seas and various straits. The Bosphorus Strait connects it to the Sea of Marmara, and the Strait of the Dardanelles connects that sea to the Aegean Sea region of the Mediterranean. These waters separate eastern Europe and western Asia. The Black Sea is also connected to the Sea of Azov by the Strait of Kerch." *click for more info on Wikipedia.
Wikipedia: "Mamaia is a resort on the Romanian Black Sea shore and a district of Constanța.  Considered to be Romania's most popular resort,[1] Mamaia is situated immediately north-east of Constanţa's city center. It has almost no full-time residents, being populated mostly during the summer.  Mamaia lies on a strip of land 8 km (5.0 mi) in length and only 300 m (328 yards) in width, between the Black Sea and Lake Siutghiol.  The beach season is at its best between mid June and early September, when average daytime temperatures range between 25 to 30 degrees Celsius (78 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit). The water stays warm until mid autumn."
Wikipedia: "Marea Neagră este întinderea de ape din bazinul geomorfologic denumit pontic, unul din bazinele complexului tectonic tethysian, el însuși parte a orogenezei alpino-himalayene, din care fac parte și munții care o mărginesc la nord (în Crimeea), la nord-est (Caucazul) și la sud (lanțurile pontice). Este situată între Europa și Asia, având ca state riverane Rusia, Ucraina, România, Bulgaria, Turcia și Georgia. Prin Strâmtoarea Cherci este legată de Marea Azov, prin Bosfor de Marea Marmara, iar prin strâmtoarea Dardanele de Marea Egee și deci de Marea Mediterană. Marea Neagră este, din punct de vedere hidrologic, un rest al Mării Sarmatice și prezintă o serie de aspecte unice în lume : ape salmastre (în medie 16-18 grame de sare pe litru față de 34-37 în în alte mări și oceane), stratificare între apele de suprafață oxigenate și cele adânci anoxice (fenomen denumit euxinism), limane la gurile fluviale, floră și faună cu multe specii-relicve. În zona litoralului românesc salinitatea scade și mai mult, în mod obișnuit fiind între 7 și 12 la mie.  Marea Neagră se întinde pe o suprafață de 423.488 km². Cel mai adânc punct se află la 2211 m sub nivelul mării în apropierea de Ialta. Mareele sunt în general de mică amploare (cca. 12 cm)."The settlement was mentioned for the first time in 1421 under the name Kara Koyun ("Black Sheep"), to be renamed later on Karaköy or Carachioi ("The Black Village"). In 1927, the locality was again renamed to Năvodari and after five years, on 15 August 1932, it was granted commune status.
The settlement was mentioned for the first time in 1421 under the name Kara Koyun ("Black Sheep"), to be renamed later on Karaköy or Carachioi ("The Black Village"). In 1927, the locality was again renamed to Năvodari and after five years, on 15 August 1932, it was granted commune status.
  Seashells in macro view

"A seashell or sea shell, also known simply as a shell, is a hard, protective outer layer created by an animal that lives in the sea. The shell is part of the body of the animal. Empty seashells are often found washed up on beaches by beachcombers. The shells are empty because the animal has died and the soft parts have been eaten by another animal or have rotted out.
The term seashell usually refers to the exoskeleton of an invertebrate (an animal without a backbone). Most shells that are found on beaches are the shells of marine mollusks, partly because many of these shells endure better than other seashells."
Mamaia este o stațiune turistică de vară a litoralului românesc, pe malul vestic al Mării Negre. Este situată în nordul Municipiului Constanța, România, din care face parte. Are foarte puțini locuitori permanenți (7 la recensământul din 2002, mai ales paznici[necesită citare]), fiind însă suprapopulată pe parcursul verii. Construcția unor ansambluri rezidențiale, care se desfășoară în prezent pe malul lacului Siutghiol, va schimba poate această stare de fapt.[necesită citare]  Mamaia este o construită pe un grind litoral între Marea Neagră și limanul numit Siutghiol (Süt-Göl: "lacul lăptos" în turcește). Grindul are o lungime de 8 km, însă o lățime de doar 300 m. Plaja foarte lungă, cu o lățime de până la 250 m, este acoperită cu un nisip foarte fin, parte mineral, parte cochilifer. De-a lungul acesteia se află multe magazine, restaurante, terase, cluburi și discoteci.


20.06.2014 Up-date/ Many thanks to the precious remark made by Erica Baker about the walk on the beach with shells: I'll add some photos of the seashore without so many seashells on... And what I observed about the sea shells ... when is season open - everyone's in a hurry to find out the most attractive ones!! well... this "dunes" of seashells are often seen in May... In rest, the sand beach is normally!""


wikipedia: "Mamaia is a resort on the Romanian Black Sea shore and a district of Constanța.  Considered to be Romania's most popular resort,[1] Mamaia is situated immediately north-east of Constanţa's city center. It has almost no full-time residents, being populated mostly during the summer.  Mamaia lies on a strip of land 8 km (5.0 mi) in length and only 300 m (328 yards) in width, between the Black Sea and Lake Siutghiol.  The beach season is at its best between mid June and early September, when average daytime temperatures range between 25 to 30 degrees Celsius (78 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit). The water stays warm until mid autumn."

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Instantanee Plaja Mamaia & Năvodari, Marea Neagra /
 Photo instants Mamaia & Năvodari, Black Sea 2011


And from "Did you know" category:

 "5 Sky Events This Week: Goddess of Love and Distant Giants" sursa/source: national geographic.com
  1. "A legendary symbol of beauty adds romance to the early morning skies this week, appearing along with some of the most elusive of Earth’s neighboring worlds."
  2. "Venus, the Morning Star: Starting at dawn on Tuesday, June 17, and for the rest of this week, look for the diamond-like Venus to appear in the eastern sky.  The brightest starlike object in the morning sky, Venus will rise about 90 minutes before dawn. The planet will hang about 10 degrees above the horizon within a half hour before sunrise."
  3. "Moon and Neptune: Before dawn on Wednesday, June 18, look for the ice-blue giant planet, Neptune, to be hanging 5 degrees south of the near quarter moon. Shining at nearly 8th magnitude, Neptune is a challenge to hunt down and is best viewed through large binoculars or telescopes."
  4. "Jupiter joins Pollux: After sunset on Friday, June 20, look toward the low northwest sky for the king of planets, brilliant Jupiter. The gas giant will make its closest approach to one of the Gemini constellation’s twins, Pollux, tonight. Appearing only 6 degrees apart, the two stellar objects are easy to see even from light-polluted suburbs, wherever there are no obstructions near the horizon."
  5. "June solstice: In the Northern Hemisphere, summer (winter in the Southern Hemisphere) officially begins at 6:51 a.m. EDT (10:51 UT) on Saturday, June 21; see a list of cities and local times here)."


  "Earth Day 2014"- "Education is at the heart of Earth Day."
 
            "2014 The 2014 theme for World Environment Day will focus on 'Small Islands and Climate Change', the official slogan for the year 2014 is 'Raise Your Voice Not The Sea Level."

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joi, 5 iunie 2014

"Try to be a rainbow in someone's cloud!" sau Cum spunea poeta...


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Motto: "Try to be a rainbow in someone's cloud."
by Maya Angelou 
(April 4, 1928 – May 28, 2014) - 
"Letter to My Daughter", a book of essays (2009) 

June 5th 2014/ World Environment Day Celebration*
"2014 The 2014 theme for World Environment Day will focus on 'Small Islands and Climate Change', the official slogan for the year 2014 is 'Raise Your Voice Not The Sea Level."
     Some days ago (actually weeks when I wrote a post  about Spring in march/april) I've said that I'll do a post dedicated to my sister and her lovely green yard.  (About the experience from march/april I had no chance to put my words on paper to describe all the activities from the early spring... Who knows...hope that one day I'll do it!!)
Well... I think that's the day... so...let me to tell you about spring and gardening!

Cu câteva zile în urmă (în fapt săptămâni) am spus voi scrie un post cel voi dedica surorii mele, Rox, și minunatei ei curti. Ei bine ... Cred aceasta e ziua ... așa că ...


               At the beginning of May I was in her garden and I've took some pictures, photo instants of flowers and different details from and in her green yard.
              
               La începutul lunii mai -  am fost în grădina ei și am facut poze cu flori, precum și cu diferite aspecte capturate prin și în curtea ei verde.
Flowers of clovers & dandelion/ flori rosii de trifoi si papadie
Green apricots/ caise verzi
Flowers of quince/ flori de gutui

Mirabelles / corcoduse
                   
                Flowers of clovers, dandelion, quince and fruits of mirabelles and apricots...
                                 Flori de trifoi, păpădie, gutui și fructe de corcuduș și caise ...

Mirabelles / corcoduseMirabelles / corcoduse
gardening activities: planting, sorting, cutting... activități de grădinărit: plantare, sortare, tăiere ...

              I have to say that she is the one taking care of her colourful blooms, plants, fruit trees and garden, as well (previously without having no such suitable training in matter), but she's doing a great job with all sorts of gardening activities: planting, sorting, cutting...

              Trebuie să spun ea este aceea care are grijă de florile colorate ei, de plante, de pomii fructiferi si grădină, de asemenea, (fără a avea nici o formare prealabilă sau adecvată în materie), dar ceea ce contează e că face o treabă bună, cu tot felul de activități de grădinărit: plantare, sortare, tăiere ...

              Oh... Gosh.... yes, for instance she's cutting, often, the green weeds or tall grass  on parcels.... and  again and again just because (nb. the fresh green grass) is having such "a bad temper" growing so fast!!!

             Oh ... Doamne .... da, ca exemplificare, ea taie, foarte adesea, buruienile verzi sau iarba înaltă de pe parcele .... și din nou și din nou, doar pentru că iarba (nb. iarba poaspăt crescută) are un astfel de  "temperament rău" recrescănd atât de repede!


gardening activities: planting, sorting, cutting...activități de grădinărit: plantare, sortare, tăiere ...


gardening activities: planting, sorting, cutting...activități de grădinărit: plantare, sortare, tăiere ...


 It makes such a bad impression to see that  the grass and "wild" plants can possible suffocate the young buds and flowers in process of growing!!.... It makes sense to you... ?  

         Se face astfel o impresie proastă cănd vezi, cu maximă putință, iarba și plantele "sălbatice" pot sufoca tineri mugurii și florile, aflate în procesul de creștere! .... Are ceva sens, nu ...?

 LOL... but how rewarding is the experience obtained in such way... that you can say: "next time it will be better"... So...No work... no reward!...

     LOL ... dar cât de plină de satisfacții este experiența obținută în așa fel ... încât la final se poate spune: "data viitoare va fi mai bine" ... Deci, cine nu muncește ... nici o recompensă nu primește! ... 

gardening activities: planting, sorting, cutting...activități de grădinărit: plantare, sortare, tăiere ...gardening activities: planting, sorting, cutting...activități de grădinărit: plantare, sortare, tăiere ...


"Small Sis...land" ... with the garden gnomes/ In gradina cu pitici din "Mica Tara a Surorii!"      And finally... what true joy it must be to see a well maintained garden  and so pretty "garnished" with little garden gnomes and kind of so "cute" things spreaded, all over, especially on a small alley like in a very imaginary small city in the "Small Sis...land" (sister land) !! ;) wow ... I just said lots of "small"... of course all of them are small.... just to have ourselves fun while we're looking at them!!

     Și, în sfârșit ... ce bucurie adevărată trebuie să fie pentru a vedea o grădină, bine întreținută astfel, și așa de drăguț "garnisită" cu pitici de grădină si tot felul de  lucruri "haioase" răspăndite, peste tot, mai ales pe o alee mică ca într-un imaginar oraș mic în "Small Sis...land"("Mica Tara a Surorii!" ;) 
 Wow ... tocmai am spus  o mulțime de "mici" ... si desigur, toate acestea sunt mici .... doar căt să ne distrăm în timp ce le privim!

 Garden gnome





And sure.... She's so energetical, full of passion with such optimistic elan from the beginning of Spring (actually from the moments when she was able to avoid the mud and humidity)...  untill she'll see, once again, the new cutted green weeds or grass... growing so fast around her beautiful blooms and green trees...

Si desigur... Este atat de energetică, plină de pasiune cu un elan optimist încă de la începutul Primăverii (de fapt, chiar din momentul în care s-au putut evita noroiul și umiditatea atmosferică)... pană cănd va vedea că noua iarbă taiată sau buruienile... vor crește într-atăt de repede în jurul frumoaselor flori și copacilor înfrunziți...


      ...Weeds and green grass  that with God's grace will be grewing, once again,  thanks to these so frecvently "rain showers" from the last  days or weeks or .... months?!!

      ...Buruieni sau iarbă verde ce prin gratia divină va recrește, încă o dată, multumită frecventelor "dușuri" de ploaie din ultimele zile sau săptămani sau... luni, chiar?!!




Rain lasts... and it lasts... what can we say? changeable weather worldwide...

Ploile durează... și durează... ce-am putea spune? vreme schimbătoare peste tot in lume...

Motto: "Try to be a rainbow in someone's cloud."  by Maya Angelou   (April 4, 1928 – May 28, 2014) -   "Letter to My Daughter", a book of essays (2009)
Motto: "Try to be a rainbow in someone's cloud."by Maya Angelou 
(April 4, 1928 – May 28, 2014) - 
"Letter to My Daughter", a book of essays (2009)





          "Changeable weather"...
                       "global warming"... 
                                     "climate change".... who really knows about?!!

            Maybe you'll be interested to have a look at this Discovery News video about this issue...so... click and look at:: "THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GLOBAL WARMING & CLIMATE CHANGE: Have you ever wondered what the difference between "global warming" and "climate change" is?"
Find out: http://dne.ws/1hkbcDA"

        "Vreme schimbatoare"... "incalzire globala"..."schimbare climaterica"...

      Cine știe cu adevărat despre ce este vorba?!! Poate veți fi interesați să aruncați o privire pe Discovery News pentru a vizualiza un video despre acest lucru... așa că... dați un click si vizionați despre: "Diferența dintre incălzirea globală și schimbarea climaterică: V-ați intrebat vreodată care este diferența intre aceste doua concepte?" Mai multe info pe: http://dne.ws/1hkbcDA"

Sursa/source: Discovery News
        nb.  Just in case you're interested about climate... as long as we all have seen - different aspects related to meteo in this Spring (and not only), things that occured or  happened all over...

          nb. In cazul in care sunteti interesat de climă... atăta vreme căt cu totii am vazut - diverse aspecte legate de meteo in această primăvară (si nu numai), aspecte petrecute peste tot...

 


Back to "my sheep" or "revenons à nos moutons" ... as a matter...
Dar să revenim la oile nostre... in principal...







 The little tuia (who was planted in march)... but in process of growing and becoming strong..

View of a part of a parcel after cutting the fresh green grass...
            I enjoyed every moment that  I used to "wander" in her beautiful garden... while... the pale sun was right in there along with the blue pale sky and puffy clouds, too ... and for some moments in the company of those so mirific spring flowers, so gorgeous at those very instants...

             M-am bucurat de fiecare clipă pe care am petrecut-o "hoinărind" în grădina ei minunată... în timp ce... soarele, cam palid, se afla chiar acolo alături de cerul de-un albastru pal și acoperit de norii pufoși...  
și, pentru ceva vreme, însoțită de compania mirificelor flori de primăvară, superbe la acele momente...

"...see... I was lost..."

What's more to say or to add about?
Ce ar mai fi de spus, de adăugat?

      I was lost in ... oh, no.."not in transition"...
                  lol...
     M-am pierdut în... oh, nu... "nu în tranziție"... 
                    lol...


 "basket of hooks in the tree?... Really?.... 
who's left ("hanging")in there?! ...  wow... Please bring back the Spring....
"coș de cârlige în copac?" pe bune?... 
cine a rămas ("agățat")?!... wow.. adu, te rog, Primăvara înapoi"...
..."sorry !!!".... who's sorry?"...  Nonsense! .... please don't let me hang in there like a basket in the tree...  waiting for the recreation time at sunshine?!"... how absurd... stupid dialog... it's too much said and done in blue!!"....oh... Gosh!"... 
...Pardon!!! ... cui îi pare rău? "... Prostii! .... te rog nu mă lăsa să stau atărnat precum un coș în copac ... asteptănd timpul de recreere la soare?! "... cât de absurd ... ce dialog stupid ... e prea mult spus și făcut în "trista aiureală"!" .... oh ... Doamne! "...

I was lost actually in a colorful beauty:
M-am pierdut de fapt, într-o frumusețe plină de culoare:
....in Blue all over (As a thinking pause from... What else? annoying daily  thoughts)...

.... în albastru peste tot (ca o pauză in gândire de la ... Ce altceva? gândurile enervante zilnice) ...

....in bright and sensitive Pink ( charming to see the pale pink shade spreaded at blooms as a mood reflection or joy)...

...în roz strălucitor și sensibil (fermecător in a vedea nuanta de roz pal răspândită la flori ca o reflectare a stării de spirit sau bucurie exprimată) ...
Flower of pink magnolia... (it bloomed second time)
..   in so fresh greenery (as texture), Green shades that used to hide the clear light of infinite time and "sparkling" all over... (imagination can be so tricky to play with thinking... sometimes) right?
.... În verdeață atât de proaspăt (ca textură), nuante de verde ce pot ascunde lumina clară a timpului infinit și "stralucitor" de peste tot ... (imaginatia ne poate pune la incercare gândirea ... uneori) corect, nu-i așa?
....in any color I could find in there... Yellow (no... not as a bad feeling or emotion, but as the shinny color of  sun that  will bring warmth in hearts, for sure in fully... in next season!!...),

.... în orice culoare am putut găsi acolo ... galben (nu. .. nu ca o senzație de rău sau de emoție, ci mai degrabă ca o culoare stralucitoare solară, soare ce va aduce căldură în inimi, desigur în totalitate ... în sezonul următor! ...),
 
.... Red... as a color of optimism, positivity and the way of spreading of joyful mood all around us...

.... Roșu ... ca o culoare optimistă, de pozitivitate și o modalitate de răspândire a stării de veselie peste tot în jurul nostru ...

 And please note... my boots are blue... ;)

....Orange and Violet or Purple ( some "passional" nuances, also... though "seldom" seen in these pics)...
...Portocaliu și violet sau purpuriu (unele nuanțe "pasionale", de asemenea, ... deși, "rareori", văzute în aceste poze) ...



   
       
        And I'll let you to discover (for yourself) new more colors in my post... if you can find some just let me know...
         și vă las să descoperiți voi inșivă - noi culori in acest post... iar dacă le veți descoperii... vă rog anunțați-mă...

"Try to be a rainbow in someone's cloud."  by Maya Angelou
Iris flower and rainbow...

Motto: "Try to be a rainbow in someone's cloud."
by Maya Angelou 
(April 4, 1928 – May 28, 2014) - 
"Letter to My Daughter", a book of essays (2009)
Motto: "Try to be a rainbow in someone's cloud."  by Maya Angelou   (April 4, 1928 – May 28, 2014) -   "Letter to My Daughter", a book of essays (2009)

And please:... keep the SPRINGtime in your inner soul.... and always try to spread positivity... just like a RAINBOW... ON THE blue SKY!

"The one who never traveled up to the sky with his mind, it's not an artist" 
William Blake  

"Cel care nu a călătorit
niciodată
până
la cer cu mintea sa, nu este un artist"  
William Blake 

Have you said... reward?... Where's that?  Oh yes... this is: sweet delight with prune gem made by my sister... after a cosy dinner! 

                    A spus cineva ... recompensă? ... Unde e? Oh, da ... asta e: deliciu dulce, cu gem de prune, făcut de sora mea ... servit după o cină plăcută!


Arhiva foto privată/ Private Photo Archive
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"Spring time... 
            A cosy and relaxation time to spend in the middle of nature...
 in a garden or park, a resort, on the alleys, in the forrest or whatever...

                     Have fun, now and always!"

Federico García Lorca: "Verde que te quiero verde. Verde viento. Verdes ramas."
 

Did you know

World Environment Day ('WED') "is celebrated every year on June 5 to raise global awareness to take positive environmental action to protect nature and the planet Earth. It is run by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)." read more on wikipedia

 "Earth Day 2014"- "Education is at the heart of Earth Day."
 
            "2014 The 2014 theme for World Environment Day will focus on 'Small Islands and Climate Change', the official slogan for the year 2014 is 'Raise Your Voice Not The Sea Level."


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