Sunday, February 28, 2010

Summer Lunch







Enjoy your Sunday!

Image 1 - here Image 2 - Country Style Magazine Image 3 - House Beautiful Image 4 - Vogue Living Magazine Image 5 - Interior Transformations (Ann Grafton) Image 6 - House & Garden Magazine

31 comments:

  1. Leigh, great pics again. Yes, eating out when it is warm out is great. At least before the bugs get bad here...Kim

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  2. I needed to be cheered up today and this post did it! Can't wait for our summer to come.

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  3. Is there anything better than dining al fresco?

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  4. Oh Leigh,
    you are teasing us Brits with thoughts of eating outside in beautiful settings. I love the one with the wisteria, and the last one is my idea of perfection !! XXXX

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  5. Ahh - thanks for the pick-me-up on a gloomy day! Dreaming of summer...

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  6. I cannot wait for springtime in Kansas City with the flowering trees, and bulbs popping up everywhere. Thank you for brightening my day!

    Karena

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  7. Wonderful Leigh...reminds me of two of my favourite movies, 'Under the Tuscan Sun' and 'French Kiss'. I am reading 'How to Eat' by Nigella Lawson and 'Family Life' by Elisabeth Luard this weekend. I am now inspired by food and beautiful settings. All I need now is the weather!
    Torrential rain forecasted for the London area tomorrow. Looks like we will have to pretend we are there!
    Jeanne :)

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  8. Oh what a perfect post for a Sunday, mmmm that's what I'd enjoy....in the first picture or the last picture.
    xoxo

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  9. Oh so pretty! I love the wisteria arbour. The pics remind me of one of my favourite films Enchanted April :)

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  10. May I join you? The spot with the blooming wisteria is amazing!!!
    I LOVE IT

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  11. I am in heaven. This is the first time in it feels like weeks I've been able to sit down and ready all my favorite blogs. I'm catching up and I love all your images as always. You're the best. Hope you are well.

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  12. So romantic. Love having friends over. And all you need is beer and wine.

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  13. Oh Leigh..the setting under the wisteria tree is just so dreamy..love it...and love this post x

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  14. Ahh. Such restorative photographs for a girl looking forward to another freezing cold night!!

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  15. Leigh number three that is my favorite!

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  16. They are all so lovely but to dine beneath the wisteria would be my first choice!

    Kat :)

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  17. WOW! thank you.....can't wait!

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  18. Love those summer lunches dinning al fresco! ~lulu

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  19. May I join you under the wisteria?

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  20. Oh that dreamy wisteria... Hope you had a great weekend xo Louise

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  21. beautiful places! I really love it

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  22. Oh so beautiful! My favorite...hmmmm...well how is one to choose?

    I see myself and friends sitting at any of these lovely luncheon spots, having a glorius time talking about everything and celebrating life!

    Then again...Mr. B and I could be having a romantic lunch filled with the mystery of love.

    Or....I could be totally selfish...no...no...I just could not keep these to myself...their beauty must be shared!

    Thank you for sharing!

    Sandy

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  23. It's heartening to see it's summer in some parts of the world while we're still burning wood in our fireplaces...lovely post, thank you, thank you, thank you!

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  24. I am so looking forward to eating outside....xv

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  25. Herrlich, bei uns leider ist noch sooo kalt.. ;) BR, margaretha

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  26. Dear Leigh - can't wait to set a table beneath the wisteria - think it might be a while though! At least I can do it vicariously by soaking in all the atmosphere of these gorgeous places, thank you for brightening my Sunday....x

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  27. Love the wisteria, where I retired from had 2 city blocks of pergolas with overhanging wisteria and in the late Spring it was HEAVEN walking through there in the gentle breeze. ~Lili

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  28. Took me awhile to catch up, but I'm so glad I saw this post - gorgeous!!!! What type of vine is covering the arbor in the 3rd picture - lilacs? Beautiful.

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  29. Tease! I am counting the frosty days until we can be outside again. Thanks for the mini vacation!

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