Fresh in Spring

This week, WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is Fresh, and over at Where’s my Backpack, the travel Theme is Spring…woohoo! Two hits for me…

I was at my favourite little Walled Garden today, where Spring has truly sprung with lovely fresh bursts of life, including blossom. So here are two images:

Fresh, beautiful, blossom

Fresh, beautiful, blossom

Unknown plant, with blossom behind

Unknown plant, with blossom behind

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54 comments

  1. Love that pink blossom on the trees. Definitely the start of summer.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Gorgeous spring photos Sue 🙂

  3. …ein frühlingshaftes Lächeln wünscht dir Alois.

  4. Wonderful first day of spring photos…I really enjoyed your series.

  5. Gorgeous and what a wonderful day it has been to mark the first day of spring! 🙂

  6. Me too Sue! Despite currently suffering through a bout of what appears to be ON, (I’ll be seeing my neurologist next week) and seeing the world in a very distorted, high contrast, doubled up, washed out, and generally very weird fashion, it was a pleasure to feel the warmth of the spring sunshine of my face! 🙂

    • Been there 3 times, and have the residual effects in my left eye….but I’ve mostly got used to it. I might also have been lucky, in that I’m sure I haven’t had it as badly as some… Hope you see the world more normally in the not too distant future.

  7. Wow! I hope the sun is shining tomorrow – I want to get out there and find some flowers!

  8. Lovely spring blossoms, Sue. 🙂

  9. Gorgeous spring flowers. The unknown flower appears to be Laburnum.

  10. The first is just like my Thursday haiku photo, isn’t blossom wonderful ? 🙂

  11. poppytump

    Spring sunshine brings out the best in everything ! Lovely captures of the moment Sue .

  12. So beautiful and uplifting! Should I be a buzz killer and mention it is snowing outside today over here? 😦

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  14. makes the heart blossom afresh!! Lovely photos Sue!!

  15. Those are beautiful photos! Yes, it definitely looks like spring… especially the pink blossoms 🙂

  16. That first one positively glows, Sue 🙂

  17. Brilliant sunshine blossoms Sue, like postcards from a foreign country! Still a little on the Siberian side here!

  18. These are both beautiful, and I don’t think we have them in Tennessee. (Could be wrong, however.) Thanks for posting them.

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  20. Delightfully fresh Sue! The yellow flowers resemble the Tunbergia we had in our fern house up in the hills.

  21. Wonderful Spring Time Sue!!

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