Thursday, April 15, 2010

once again

We seem to be entering the days of pink once again. I thought we were all done with blossoms, then these popped out all over town this week.

While in the shower yesterday I saw a group of geese flying in V formation, followed by another group. I looked out seconds later, and one large V was flying the other direction. Just flying around Elliott Bay? Heading to Alaska or Canada? I wish I knew.

What's catching your eye these days in your corner of the world?

14 comments:

Genki said...

How lovely! I'm largely noticing fantastic cloud formations, thunder and lightening and beautiful rainbows as it is the rainy season here.

I always thought those flowers were apple blossoms but I could be way off the mark.
Thanks as ever for the photos.

The Blonde Duck said...

Popped in to say hi from Barbara's! Those pink blooms are gorgeous! You're a wonderful photographer.

Purple Flowers said...

I think apple blossoms!

edi gardner said...

Popcorn Cherry I think. Have a great day

E. MacDuff said...

The geese, if they were flying in a 'V' were likely Canada Geese heading home to Canada for the spring/summer. Lovely pictures of the pink blossoms.

Kwana said...

The beauty of the color potting up all over. I love it.

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hmstrjam said...

love the textures

Ruth said...

Your rhubarb muffins are catching my eye! I couldn't stop thinking about them and made them last night--delicious!

Sharon Lovejoy said...

Oh YUM, that pink is gorgeous. I am going to post some photos from my California wildflower walk yesterday. Just need an hour to do it.

We have wild blue delphinium out on the Carrizo Plains, lots of owl's clover with little owl eyes, Indian Warrior and more.

Check in and enjoy!

Sharon Lovejoy Writes from Sunflower House and a Little Green Island

leorabakes said...

Cherry blossoms!

KPiep said...

red bud trees, forsythia and lilacs!

Beth said...

Are they on trees? It looks from the first photo that they could be on vines, in which case I'd say climbing roses. Our climbing roses are white and have been going crazy all over the place. A few photos at my blog if you are interested... :-)

Francesca said...

I would guess some kind of ornamental cherry, as they have many flowers bunched together like cherry trees, but also multiple petals like ornamental trees. They're so beautiful and fluffy!

Nicola (Which Name?) said...

Beautiful, Lecia. Clouds have been catching my eye lately. And seedlings. So many seedlings and the way the dirt clings to them as they pop through.
Nicola