Effervescent Spring

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

(I run from blooming tree to blooming tree, afraid that the next day the blooms will be gone.)

9 comments:

Beth F said...

I know what you mean! I missed the magnolia tree completely, but the crab apple is almost peaked. Perhaps tomorrow's photo will be a twin of this one.

Indigo said...

We have crab apple trees that surround our property and infused within the woods. It's such a gorgeous delight to see them bloom. Even more so when they shed their petals and the lawn and house look to be immersed in snow for all the pink and white petals. (Hugs)Indigo

septembermom said...

You're right to chase those blooms :)

Mandy said...

We still have a few weeks before spring officially makes it way here. Until then, I'm loving your spring pictures! :)

Liviania said...

The blooms from my trees have been gone for a month. They do fall so quickly.

pink dogwood said...

I have two plum tree that were in full bloom for a week. I meant to capture them on my camera, but they were gone by the time I remembered.

I love your poetic words :)

Lilian Nattel said...

How wonderful! Nothing like that here yet. Our trees are just budding and it's an early spring.

Priya said...

We've had bunches of cherry blossoms blooming here, but they do fall quite quickly...

Kelly H-Y said...

Gorgeous picture! It does sometimes seem like the most gentle gust of wind carries the beautiful blooms away so quickly!

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