The wonders of spring burst forth in ever greater measure,
I step outside my door and my senses are swayed by an
onslaught of scents. The orange tree in full bloom, a mass of
roses, philadelphus and scented orchids. The wisteria has just
finished as have the apple blossoms, yet in their place there are
drifts of white and pink hawthorns in the paddocks.
their bitter-sweet perfume.
garden and add an extra splash of colour.
in the country of my birth that grows on the wayside between
where my elder brother lived and where he now lies. Precious
memories awaken with the ringing of these beautiful blue bells.
and tomorrow this little one will have trouble recognising its
own mother who will be slender as a willow wand when relieved
of her heavy fleece.
There is so much more I would lie to show you but one must
not bore on for ever.
All photos enlarge for those who are interested.
Thanks to Michelle of Rambling Woods for hosting this interesting meme.
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I can't tell you how wonderful it is to see spring as I gaze out my window here to see snowfall. Great photos!ReplyDelete
Such a delightful collection of spring flowers. I so love the smell of the lilacs. The little purple daisies look like our fleabane. Time for a new hairdo for the sheep.ReplyDelete
wish I could switch hemispheres right now.ReplyDelete
I especially like the orchids. Thanks for the answere on covered bridges. I thought that might have been the reason for them but didn't know for sure.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the beautiful flowers on your blog.They brightened my day.ReplyDelete
Ah, glorious spring! So delightful to see the polar opposite from our autumn. Sweet little lamb.ReplyDelete
It's so much fun seeing your part of the world bursting into spring while we head to winter. The flowers are all so beautiful and the little lamb is great.ReplyDelete
sooo many excellent colors. happy flowers,great photos! :)ReplyDelete
The splendor ofyour spring is a delight to behold. Thank you for these. Happy spring, to you.ReplyDelete
(I swear I can smell those flowers.)
Beautiful Arija, how nice to see the garden bloom after the years of drought.ReplyDelete
It's so fun to see the first signs of spring as we work our way through the first signs of autumn! I always love hearing from you. Thanks for stopping by! Enjoy that beautiful place you live in and keep sharing it with us...ReplyDelete
Oh goodness, what a lovely, fragrant parade. I love them all, but I especially love the colors of the bluebells and lilacs.ReplyDelete
Oh, Arija, the little lamb! Pitter patter goes my heart!
Those orchids are so beautiful... I wish I knew the magic to get mine blooming. :)ReplyDelete
Your spring could never be boring.. I will need to visit often through our winter...Thank you for asking.. I am doing ok and have gotten some help for my Mother.....not an easy thing to do....MichelleReplyDelete
So nice to experience Spring on this gray rainy Autumn day. Your flower photos are stunning.ReplyDelete
Such beautiful spring flowers!ReplyDelete
Such wonderful spring impressions! I like the little sheep:-)) Hugs from Luzia.ReplyDelete