Monday, May 11, 2015

Spring in a Rush

Forsythia

No time here for spring - it happens in a rush. Our temperatures jump around in so-called spring with days of summer-like weather interspersed with cooler spring temperatures. A week of "summer" has jolted all the flowers and leaves to grow at once.

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Tulips share the stage with daffodils, primroses and all sorts of spring blooms. Magnolias bloomed and dropped within a week.


Two Tulips

What a pleasure to see the plethora of colours after the white of winter.

Blossom Time

Each day brings new changes from blossoms to leaves. The world around is bursting into colour.

1 comment:

  1. Do you care if I'm a little jealous? We're in Denver, but snow followed us. Most is melted but still haven't seen a lot of blooming. So much rain in the city - many petals fallen off the trees and lying sodden on the pavement. I like seeing your colorful photos. I imagine you strolling without a coat, seeing spring emerge.

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