Magnolias always look regal and grand.


Spring banners unfurled
flaunting beauty undefiled
Delicate petals of every hue
speaks of joy, ever true –
the  bleakness of winter
nurtures grace beyond measure.


Dogwoods are elegant in their simplicity.

I do not think I will ever tire of looking at flowers and taking their pictures. I have quite a lot of photos after months of seeing only bare stems and snow. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

Maple blossoms remind me how the smallest of things, in this case, flowers, could bring forth mighty things, i.e., the stately maple trees.


Cherry blossoms make me fall in love with pink again. They remind me of feminine grace and beauty (pc aside). 🙂



Apple blossoms remind me of birds feasting on its fruits and bees laden with nectar.


This row of flowering tree transformed an ordinary city parking lot.
Daffodils! Because Spring. (I Notice I only have tree flowers so far, daffodils represent the colors on the ground.) 🙂



11 thoughts on “SPRING FLOWERS

  1. I love the diversity of trees. I haven’t seen the delicate dogwood blossoms in ages. We had a tree in our yard when I was a kid, right outside my window.
    My first maple blossoms ever. Such a treat!

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