A simple flower garden in a 1000-year-old pueblito high in the Pyranees.
A typical example of blooming where one is planted. These tiny villages hanging off of steep slopes manage to have decorative flower gardens as well as vegetable patches by using whatever containers they have at hand. Some of the villages became indistinguishable from the others except for the direction and the distance from La Seu. The stark earthtones of the old stone houses needed color and it was wonderful to see that in late September the flowers--and plastic containers-- were still adding bright colors.