Tuesday, March 1, 2011

3/2 Outdoor Wednesday # 112

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Spring is getting closer! We have some flowering trees right now and they are beautiful! The flowering plum trees …..

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and the Bradford Pear Trees….

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48 comments:

  1. those are some awesome blooms on those trees, so pretty! The tulip poplars here are in full blast color. Spring's great! Nice photos :)

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  2. Beautiful blooms! Will be so happy to see some around here. Thanks for hosting this fun party.

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  3. So Pretty! Thanks for sharing your great photos and hosting again this week.

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  4. I envy you being able to see such beauty nature has provided. We do not have that here yet. My Bradford Pear is trying to bloom, but nothing as lovely as these trees.

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  5. Beautiful.. Here in NJ we're about 3 weeks behind you so I expect to see the same soon!

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  6. Susan, Your flowering trees pics are just gorgeous. Here in N FL we have already had our Taiwan Cherries bloom and are now seeing other blooming trees that tell me Spring is right around the corner.

    Carolyn/A Southerners Notebook

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  7. Hi Susan!
    From the looks of your post Spring is bustin' out all over...it looks that way in east Texas too.
    Love it!!

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  8. Beautiful photos-our trees are blooming, too.

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  9. Those plum trees are a perfect profusion of pink! :)

    Tink *~*~*

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  10. Beautiful photos of your trees! Your Bradford Pear trees looks like Sakura in Japan.

    Oh how I wish that we have spring season in here.Unfortunately, summer is just around the corner and I can imagine my face turning bright" baked" red again.

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  11. Oh, gosh! What beautiful blossoms!

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  12. those are beautiful.you are so lucky to have warmer weather in Vancouver,B.C.there's snow and it's cold..

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  13. Thanks for giving us hope that Spring is really on it's way!

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  14. Beautiful plum and per trees, our pears are in bloom also.

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  15. Oh I am SOOO jealous! Spring trees already! We are FINALLY rid of the snow and ice so I shouldn't complain. Have a blessed week!

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  16. That is a sure sign that spring is almost here. Thanks for all you do for us.

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  17. Beautiful post! It got me in a spring state of mind. Thanks for hosting the party.

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  18. I cannot believe you have flowering trees already! So pretty!

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  19. Blossoms... oh how I yearn for our barren trees to bloom and the snow to melt away. Your pictures are so pretty.

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  20. Well, it looks like you have the proof that spring is definitely there! It sure isn't here. Thank you for the beautiful photos and the encouragement that spring IS on it's way.

    God bless,
    Kathy

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  21. Hope that it's alright to put in an outdoor painting. I'm ready for sunshine and the beach!

    Will try to have an outdoor photo for next time.

    Hope that you will visit.
    Barb

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  22. Wow, you have flowering trees! We are still locked in winter in Seattle. Come see my snow scene!

    http://www.lovethatimage.com/blog/2011/03/horse-in-the-snow/

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  23. How beautiful Susan. We have nary a one flowering yet. Soon I hope.
    Hugs, Jeanne

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  24. Wow! Your blossom is so much more advanced than ours, so beautiful.

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  25. Oh yay! I love when the Bradford Pears come into bloom! The trees aren't opening here yet but I saw tiny buds yesterday! Soon! Soon!

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  26. Wow, those are gorgeous blooms, Susan.

    Have a great Wednesday.

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  27. Your photos are just gorgeous. I can't wait for it to look like that here!

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  28. Absolutely gorgeous!
    Thank you for sharing Susan.
    Happy springtime.
    xo

    Regards all.

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  29. Love it when the trees start to bloom! They present with such awesome colors! Great photos!

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  30. You do really have Spring! We are only at the point of things starting to poke through the ground.

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  31. The 'Hope' of spring - awesome, Judyx

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  32. It's crazy how much this excites me! I can't wait for the trees to start blooming!

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  33. So unfair! We are cold and wet here. I know our turn is coming. Still, I would love to have the trees blossoming already here. Thanks so much for sharing these beautiful photos today.

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  34. AWESOME!!
    here nothing on the trees yet..
    oh but what glory they do bring!
    thanks for sharing!!
    warmest hugs..
    Loui♥

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  35. Oh, your pictures are glorious!!! It's as if nature is singing!!!
    XO

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  36. Wow! Beautiful trees! Here in Sweden we still have snow.

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  37. Spring is God's symphony in bloom! Gorgeous trees,
    Kathy

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  38. Oh Susan! Trees in bloom . . .I am plotzing, as we say in New York.
    Gorgeous! I am GREEN with envy.
    Cass

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  39. Our spring is not nearly so advanced (as you can see by my post today), but we'll be there in about another month! I can't wait to see our trees all a-bloom. In the meantime, I'm trying not to be jealous.

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  40. Hi Susan, we are both showing the beautiful blooming trees around our city..great shots of yours... have a good day, Baba

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  41. Those plum and pear trees are beautiful! Thank you for the opportunity to share our outdoor photos. YAY, it's almost SPRING!!

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  42. Susan, I am longing for Spring even more after seeing these photos. Nothing is flowering here as of yet. I can't wait! Your pics, as always, are lovely!

    Nancy

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  43. I always feel like it's Spring, when the plum and Bradford Pear trees burst into bloom. Aren't we lucky to live in the South!

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  44. Hi! I love your blog and the idea to post outdoor Wednesdays!! From the Bradford Pears to the Plums,your photos are inspirational as I await Spring in the Midwest.Gosh! I hope you don't mind seeing a few snowmen.

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  45. what beautiful signs of spring I love the whites and pink blooms as if they beckon spring to come out and play

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