That is gorgeous. I wish our spring looked like that and not the muddy icky mess it is. Such beauty.
How I love apple and cherry blossom time. The trees are filled with so much colour and promise. Lovely.
Thanks, Laurita. We have our share of mud, too.Hilary, yes, the promise of spring lifts one's spirits.
Thank you; right now, we are looking at downed trees and branches everywhere, this is a nice pick-me-up.
You're welcome, Messymimi. I hope things get righted soon.
Now I'm regretting not having made crabapple jelly any time these past five years. Now that I've moved I don't have any neighbors with crabapple trees. But I've got more than enough to do!Mary Anne in Kentucky
Beautiful - I love apple blossoms!(I'm late to this post because I've been dealing with a lot of produce, including a half-bushel of apples that a neighbour brought me!)
Mary Anne, someone may bless you with crabapples someday. Don't give up.Bag Lady, thanks. I hope the produce doesn't get the better of you.
Oooh, pretty!! Crappy weather has just moved in, as if on cue now that labor day just went by. Love the happy spring photo!
Love the photo but I'm absolutely mesmerized by the header photo! What is it about rushing water?
Weather is eerie that way, Crabby. Thanks.Thanks, Nancy. I know, I love rushing water, too. That's in Yellowstone.
Nice pic, Leah. But count me among those eager to welcome autumn. This summer has been too hot for too long for my tastes.
Autumn is my favourite season, Frank. I look forward to it, but once in a while it is good to be reminded of spring's promise.
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