The blossoms are starting to diminish on our trees. Do your trees still have blossoms? If not, enjoy these photos of several trees when they were blossom-ised. (Is that a word? No? It is now, lol!)
While I sit here and wait for the photos to load, (yes, they are loading at present) I want to share something amusing with you. While I never intended this post to be so popular, it has received so many views and a large (for my blog, anyway!) number of comments that I am forced to admit that embarrassing photographs of oneself can evoke a lot of interest and comments and views.
Yes, shocking, right?
It is. I would have thought that a lovely poem like Helen Steiner Rice's accompanied with a nice picture would be a lot more pleasing (and popular) than a few awkward photos of me being silly! But obviously people don't think so. Oh well. It was an interesting experiment.
Ah - the photos have loaded. Here they are. Enjoy them.
The spiderweb outside the firewood shelter
Daffodils remind me of Spring. :) Spring is without a doubt my favourite season.
Our Nashi pear tree - these are my very favourite type of pears! I love them!
Blackboy peach blossoms
Nashi pear blossoms again - this time close up
A gorgeous riot of pink. :) Our neighbours have flowering cherry trees lined up their driveway and it is indeed a sight to behold come Spring. It also makes for some lovely photos, at opportune moments perched on the fence with a camera.
A zoom-ed out view of the cherry trees framed by the trees in our backyard.
Ah yes. Hm. This photo. Um... I don't know what it is doing in our photo folder on the computer. I can only assume that Abbie took it when she was down at her horse paddocks. But I put it in because I think that it is interesting and makes for an intriguing photograph. Besides, that pukeko is undoubtedly cute. :)
Enjoy this beautiful and bountifully blessed day!
(EDIT. Oh, and today I fishtail plaited Sophie's hair for the first time!!! So happy I learnt how!! I said in this post that I wanted to learn how.. and this afternoon I studied tutorials and just did it. It's not as hard as I thought!)