Nature & Books belong to the eyes that see them.
The white against the blue sky - gorgeous!
I love spring!
Wow! Where were these taken?
Did you take these yourself? Wow! Gorgeous.
Lesley, I love those blossoms!!! You so clearly captured them in their perfection.
Flowers seem to be the Wordless Wednesday thing today - at least in my feed reader! Beautiful pictures! =D
Lovely! I love all the springtime flowers.
This is why I love Spring!!
Are they all apple blossoms? The first, third, and fifth look like plum blossoms. So beautiful!!
Pam - Believe it or not, that's exactly how the sky looked that day. No post-processing! I was thrilled my camera captured the beauty of that morning.Kay - Thank you. I love springtime flowers!Kathy - Me, too! Although we get a lot of storms this time of year. My dog hates the thunder, so we don't get a lot of sleep in the spring. ;)Lydia - I shot them in my neighborhood. We live in SE Nebraska.Ti - Yeah, I did. I have to admit, though, these were taken last spring. I haven't had a chance to get out with my camera much this year, but this is exactly how the trees look right now anyway. ;)Bellezza - So do I! They are so pretty right now. The petals are beginning to blow off due to the strong wind we had today, so the sidewalks look like they're covered in snow!Megan - Thanks for your nice words and for stopping by. SuziQ - Me, too. Surprisingly, my allergies aren't too bad this year. Staci - Yep!JC - Thanks. It's nice to live in an older neighborhood. We have lots of established trees lining the streets.Nan - The first, third and fifth are Bradford Pear. The ones with the pink are Flowering Crab Apple.
Pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty! :)
Joy - Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you! Hard to believe that was two months ago. The time certainly flies...
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