In The Pink ~ Bright Days Ahead Here in Shropshire the fruit tree buds are swelling: soon be apple blossom time. Bright Square #10 Life in Colour: Pink Share this:PrintTumblrPinterestMoreFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
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So bright and full of hope
How lovely – seeing spring blossom is always uplifting.
It does lift the spirits, doesn’t it, Elaine.
Beautiful. Spring is finally in the air.
It is, though our air is still shivery 🙂
Not just beautiful but with the promise of deliciousness later. 🥰. We have citrus here but I miss the variety of apples we had in Ohio and Illinois.
Citrus blossom is blissful scent-wise, but commiserate over lack of apple varieties.
Yes, when the citrus trees are blossoming, it scent is amazing, almost like jasmine to me. There are still some that haven’t moved on to the next stage yet so still delicious scents in some spots.
Blossom is just wonderful isn’t it, can’t wait to see ours flowering
A little while yet, I think.
I think you be right
Ah, memories….I used to have a little Spartan apple tree
Ah! Nice memory.
Just lovely Tish!
Thank you, Aggie.
These are so beautiful. I’m looking forward to it. I was squinting at a fending-for-itself apple tree along one of my regular walks, looking for signs of buds or leaves but it was too far off to make out anything that might be happening.
Think it might be a while yet. Hopefully the blossom will wait for these biting winds to abate.
looks like the fairy ballet dresses are ready : ) Great shots
That’s a sweet image, Rebecca. Thank you.
I love apple blossom time 😊
Am hoping it won’t be too far away. Feels more like January here today.
Apple blossom is so lovely. I was looking for some cherry blossom the other day (the only one in this hamlet) and realised that the tree has been cut down! So sad as it was a beauty,
Oh that’s a shame. There are some rampant tree-cutter-downers about the place.
And it was ‘in the way’!!!
Meanwhile, in Johannesburg ….
”Leaves are falling all around ….” (Led Zeppelin – Ramble on.)
Round and round we go. The turning seasons. I’ve lumped 20 bags of manure today, and it was perishing at the allotment. More like winter. But the damson blossom is trying to bloom. And we can imagine the apple blossom happening from our opposite ends of the planet. With Led Zep soundtrack of course.
Well …. even though the mornings have that crisp, autumnal feel about them it was 27 today!
We’re busy clearing the front of the property before raising the front wall and it was hard going in this heat.
I even had to take a few steps back from the edge as I was getting bits of flying dirt in my ice cold beer!
Oh flipping heck. Send us a spot of your heat please.
Aren’t they gorgeous? Not so many here but we do have some 🙂 🙂
I’m sure you have loads of other lovely blossoms. And for now, ours are a figment.
Such a gorgeous sight, Tish. 😍
Looking forward to it 🙂
I am waiting for apple blossoms! But i will be another week or three. Still — I wait!
Yes, waiting here too. And still shivering.
So pretty! and I love their name!