Friday, March 25, 2011

Palm trees in Lana near Merano


Palm trees and snow-capped mountains - that's South Tyrol....



6 comments:

Sailor said...

Beautiful Mountian and the palm tree.

Lois said...

A lovely combination!

Jack said...

This looks like a Photoshop creation. It must be hugely confusing for every town or village to have multiple names.

Karl said...

It's real Jack, no creation...

For us it is normal to have all towns and villages with multiple names, the most of us speak also multiple languages...

Gunn said...

Merano-Lugano? I have been to Lugano one summer years back. And on my inner screen I have photos of exotic trees and flowers. I suddenly got a flash back, when I saw your photo.

Drinking my morning coffee just now.

Hope you will have a nice weekend and with a sky as blue as on the photo!

Gunn / Stavanger /Norway.

Karl said...

Hi Gunn, between Merano and Lugano are about 400 kilometers, but both have exotic trees and flowers.

Today is the sky here as blue as on this photo :)

Have a nice weekend too.

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