Our nearby neighbors brought us this
lovely bouquet of tulips and lilacs to
remind us that Spring is truly here!
Have a great weekend!
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Good for you Kathe. We are running straight into summer.ReplyDelete
Have a terrific weekend and enjoy the spring. :)
Beautiful!!!! AND what nice neighbors.ReplyDelete
I guess spring has FINALLY sprung :)ReplyDelete
Oh, how gorgeous, Kathe!! What what a terrific shadow shot for the day! Such colorful, beautiful flowers!! Spring is wonderful, isn't it!!! Have a lovely weekend!!ReplyDelete
Last weekend I would have agreed, but we had another wintry visit this week...your flowers here are so lovely and if only they were growing in my own flower bed!ReplyDelete
Spring is sprung, and good neighbours to boot. Sounds like all in the garden is rosesReplyDelete
Nice flower photo too.
Have a nice week.
how very sweet our your neighbors!! love your spring header...the hammock is very inviting!!!ReplyDelete
Oh so beautiful! Love the dark background and shadow play on these wonderful Spring flowers!ReplyDelete
Nothing like "homemade" flowers to welcome spring!ReplyDelete
Bones and Shadows
Beautiful flowers, good neighbors, great way to begin a spring!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! Happy spring to you. ☺ReplyDelete
I'm so glad spring has arrived for you! And I love tulips, they're so cheerful :)ReplyDelete
Today in Oregon we're having a truly beautiful day. I'm planning a walk to enjoy the flowers in the neighborhood.ReplyDelete
Wow what a beautiful bouquet! I love tulips and daffodils - they signify the start of spring every year!ReplyDelete
Such a lovely photo. The unusual light really is perfect. As to pollinating your Meyer lemon with a Qtip, I am not sure. I know apples need another tree's pollen, even a branch in water under your tree if one is not nearby, but lemons I don't know. But hey, it couldn't hurt!ReplyDelete
Beautiful flowers and wonderful friends!ReplyDelete
Exquisite flowers, delicateness in colors, exquisite play of light and shadow, wonderful photos!ReplyDelete
We've had glorious weather in Scotland this past week, springlike indeed. Time to put the hot water bottles to their beds, methinks!ReplyDelete
Tulips are my favourite spring flower - especially Queen Of The Night - she goes with every colour does her majesty!
Oh, I've just noticed Feline Friday in the post below. I might check it out shortly as I'm looking for fun things to do on my other blog!
Lovely indeed -- i need some flowers!ReplyDelete
The flowers sit like sunny orbs in their arrangement. The real sun intrudes and thus is the perfect spring combo of warm sun and cooling shadows. Lovely indeed!ReplyDelete
How kind of your neighbours to bring you such lovely flowers,what a lovely treat for you xReplyDelete
Spring is there, spring is here - the best time of the year!ReplyDelete
Lovely flowers, lovely neighbours.ReplyDelete
They are beautiful. What kind neighbours.ReplyDelete
Hi Kathe ~~ You do have good neighbors!!! Isn't that nice!!! I am sure though, that you are nice neighbors for them as well.ReplyDelete
Ours are okay, nicer on one side than the other. The other left us two plumeria bushes, but they were really his that he planted on our property. We made him move them off.
Sorry I'm so late in returning. I had the fun duty of playing with youth yesterday morning and early afternoon. My post was fishing. I actually caught a fish.
Then in the evening we attended a wedding.
The flowers are very pretty. I love the blue skies on the background of your blog. It is amazing.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous flowers! love the shadows on them as well!ReplyDelete