April 9, 2015nature, spring magnolia sky Sharonlandscape photography, magnolia sky, midwest photography, nature photography, photography Like this:Like Loading...
Whoa! When I enlarged it the colors popped. Wow! We are nowhere near blossoms.I envy you. Wonderful photo.
Thank you for double clicking to get a clear view, Kirk. 🙂
The daffodils and magnolias are blooming now. What region are you in?
North. Up in Minnesota. Frost on the roof this morning. And no blooms on the trees yet.
Ah, Minnesota. Lovely, cool summers up there and beautiful snowy winters.
Have a nice weekend :).
Marvelous. Have a wonderful weekend Sharon. Thank you for the flowers. 😀
My pleasure Nomzi! Have a lovely weekend yourself.
Thank you. x
Nice! You must have been a bit south for this one. Lucky duck!
Thanks Ilex. I’m on the border of 5a and b.
We had a stretch of warm weather this week and the magnolias and daffodils came alive overnight, it seems. My radishes, spinach, lettuce and rhubarb are shooting up by the hour as well.
Perfect in abundance of flowers and fragrance.
One windy day takes care of these lovely blooming magnolias. Fortunately, there are redbuds, crab apples and others right behind it!
Thanks, Mary. 🙂
Isn’t that the truth – storms blew through and half our roses got blown apart.
OMG – gorgeous!
On Thu, Apr 9, 2015 at 9:13 PM, Sunearthsky wrote:
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Thank you! 🙂
Gorgeous! Still waiting for ours to bloom.
I’d love to see a shot of yours, Denise 🙂
Thank you :).
We’re not even close to seeing that. Late spring here.