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vendredi fleurs in Provence

{fabulous flowers on a windowsill in Lourmarin}

Yesterday when I saw these lovely flowers in the beautiful village of Lourmarin, I knew that they would be perfect for today's post.

We visited lots of lovely places yesterday and I will share some more photos with you tomorrow.

Hope that you all have a fabulous Friday/

Je vous souhaite à tous un fabuleux vendredi,

Leeann x


  1. Merci de partager un coin de France avec nous.....

    Bon weekend
    Zaira ♥

  2. Leeann...that picture has it all! I love it - the zink flower pots,the colorsplash the flowers give...the WOOOONDERFUL color on the window...even the curtains are so cute and nostalgic!So glad your eye catched this´s a delight for my eyes!!!!Can´t wait for the rest of the pictures actually!!!!
    Enjoy your weekend:)))

  3. Hi there, I collect old zinc and have a trough on my kitchen window sill filled with herbs.
    I am loving the road trip. I have only travelled around France once before, for about 3 weeks, 10 years ago and am desperate to do it again. Keep the pics coming....
    T X

  4. so Beautiful!

    Have a great weekend and can't wait for more pictures!

  5. Lovely window boxes.
    So glad you're enjoying your sojourn in the south - more phtos and tales to be told later I hope!!.....

  6. Lovely flowers and enjoy your weekend en Provence ! x

  7. Wow Leeann.....some really beautiful photos you have up from you trip to Provence. I just adore them xo

  8. So beau-ti-ful!
    Have a great weekend.

  9. I love your weekly 'Vendredi fleurs'! Its a dull, grey day here in Devon and your flowers have brightened my afternoon. Thankyou!

    Have a lovely weekend,

  10. What a perfect picture for a wet Friday here in Holland.
    I have lovely news. My friend who I am staying with in the Sth of France has booked two nights in Aix en Provence in a gorgeous little B & B.
    It will be lovely and I can't wait.
    Paris first! Tomorrow!

  11. LeeAnn I cannot wait to see more, love the flower box containers.

    I have a Luxurious New Giveaway on my site....Come and enter!!

    Art by Karena

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