Photos by Tag: blossoms

May 28th, 2011

Tiny but pungent

These blossoms may be small, but the aroma from the plant is heavy. I enjoyed this spring smell, then walked into a kitchen filled with the aroma of fresh baked muffins. The weekend’s off to a great start.

May 16th, 2011

Pinks aplenty

Blossoms abound on a beautiful backyard clematis plant climbing on the south post of our espalier.

March 10th, 2009

WestWood greeting

Beautiful pink blossoms greet residents and guests in the WestWood neighborhood on the south side of Anacortes.

November 24th, 2006

Tropical blossoms

I’m not sure about the spelling, but I know the plamaria blossom is beautiful! I continue to chase local flora and birds with my camera while visiting here on Oahu. Birds are not cooperating. Happy Thanksgiving to all visitors!

March 4th, 2005

Early blossoms

They’re gathering daffodils on the other side of the Swinomish Channel, so I guess it only makes sense that flowers, trees and shrubs are starting to throw forth color here on Fidalgo Island. I’m gearing up for a warm, blue weekend.

April 11th, 2004

Easter morning

One of the first things on the agenda this beautiful Easter morning was to share some rhododendron blossoms with my sister, who assumed responsibility for flower arrangements at her church. We’ll have two of the kids home for a few minutes before Mark and I split off, headed for Sea-Tac and his return trip to […]

March 2nd, 2004

March is bustin’ out all over

All over town, tiny blossoms are adding splashes of color to the skyline. These ornamental cherry blossoms burst forth on a single tree at Causland Memorial Park in downtown Anacortes. Home gardeners are pulling on gloves and kneepads as they begin spring chores in earnest.

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