Gorgeous blooms. You are definitely further into spring then we are!
NoviceArtist~ Thank you for stopping by! Glad that you enjoyed the spring white blooms from the tree across the road...lg
I love that peek of blue through the blooms. Lovely.
Great photographs and poem. Are they from Bradford pear tree?I'm trying to figure out what my white blooms are--the trees are from the Arbor Day Foundation so who knows.
Appalachian Lady~Yes... I believe they are from 'the pear tree that doesn't bear pears...;' thank you for the actual name!...Bradford. :-) Have a great and a good day!lg
lg, those bloom shots are fabulous!! I can't wait until the fruit trees blossom here - always one of my absolute favorite things of spring. This is strange, but your poem is showing up as symbols - cute ones - on your main page. But I can read it properly from the comment box and it reads like a song. Just lovely!
Wow Talon, the symbols thing is rather odd...I changed it to a rather poetic looking font..maybe that's it? Thank you for 'the song' comment. I do write in a lyrical fashion; esp. when rhyming. I have written songs and have sung (some) in a band (another life altogether :-)) and when treating patients (and children) in therapy it helps to get a rhythm going (for teaching and helping process things...)
pretty! i got to look out for more pretty blooms in tokyo! just to say hi!
Hi malaymui (waving!!) The blooms (in Japan) are wonderfully beautiful, as I have seem them on your blog. Yes~~do look for some more!lg
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