Photos by Tag: blossom

March 8th, 2020

Splash of pink, promise of spring

This dab of pink caught my eye on a walk at Ship Harbor Interpretive Preserve. Bare branches above form a canopy above. Tiny blossoms are starting to emerge everywhere, feeding the hopes of those who long for spring on Fidalgo Island!

August 25th, 2008

Summer blush

A recent combination of rain and sunshine has converted to healthy blossoms in gardens all over this region. Among the beauties in the back yard right now is this begonia.

June 6th, 2006

Blossoms and rain

Raindrops take up temporary residence atop a peonie blossom, reflecting the world around them until wind or early summer sun “recycle” them as part of God’s awesome regeneration plan.

December 12th, 2005

Droplets

I’m not sure if it was fog or rain that resulted in these droplets taking up temporary residence on a rosebud in our garden. Regardless, the tiny pink orb caught my eye on an otherwise gray, dreary morning.

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