Tuesday, March 13, 2012

3/14 Outdoor Wednesday # 166

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The azaleas are beginning to bloom! I tried to get a few pictures of some in the neighborhood. It was a cloudy day. I will have to try again when they are all in full bloom and it is sunny! Even on a cloudy day….. the colors are still very pretty!

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27 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing your azaleas, I wish I was in the south right now enjoying them. They are one of my very favorites.

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  2. Your azaleas are breathtaking, even on a cloudy day. The colors are glorious.
    Thanks for hosting.

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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  3. I think the azaleas are going to be beautiful this year! You have some lovely ones.

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  4. Oops, I accidently posted two posts, but it works out because they are both outdoors!

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  5. Still snow here in Northern Minnesota... But spring is around the corner.

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  6. Beautiful flowers, Susan! I can't wait to see signs of life around here on the Island. Thanks for hosting and have a wonderful week.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  7. Oh love those beautiful azaleas. We had a surprise from mother nature, SNOW! Thank you for hosting the link up!
    Gayle from Behind the Gate

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  8. It is so good to see flowers growing and outside, again!

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  9. What lovely photos of these announcers of Spring!
    Thank you for hosting, much appreciated.

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  10. so lovely to see the flowers and colors...can't wait for spring! Thanks so much for allowing us to join you on your blog for this beautiful meme. It is hard to feel connected to other bloggers so your nature meme is a much needed connection for all us random nature outdoor bloggers.

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  11. I just love azaleas when they are blooming. Yours are really pretty..Christine

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  12. Love your blooms! Can't wait for them to start blooming where I live:) Have a great day!

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  13. I posted about azaleas also. Oh how I love them! Thanks for hosting!

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  14. Beautiful flowers! We have plenty of sun here in Cambodia but unfortunately the few parks here in our city don't have flowers planted on them. Joining Outdoor Wednesday this week. Have a great Wednesday everyone!

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  15. I love azaleas so beautiful...

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  16. Good morning Susan, The azaleas are lovely anytime.
    Have a happy outdoor day.
    Hugs, Jeanne

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  17. I love azaleas. They're so pretty. Your photographs are lovely.

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  18. I love azaleas, too. They grow well around my house. Mine seem to enjoy coffee grounds! Beautiful photos!

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  19. As you can see from my yard, I love azaleas, too! Thank you for hosting!

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  20. Beautiful! Sometimes a cloudy day makes the colors pop and these are just lovely.

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  21. Oh, I love azaleas! The colors are so beautiful. They're not blooming here yet, although we're having an early spring.Thanks for hosting!
    Hugs, Cindy

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  22. Here in New England we do not have azalea's yet. However the weather has been so warm this season that they shouldn't be to far away now.

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  23. Hi Susan!

    Your Azaleas are jut beautiful. I used to have lots of them in my Northwest garden... and big Rhododendrons too.

    Thanks for hosting this fun party!

    xoxo Bunny Jean

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  24. Absolutely stunning photos even if the sky wasnt clear, I have been told that the best pictures are taken when it is cloudy
    Bridget #83

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  25. Oh, you make me so homesick with those breathtaking azaleas! Recently moved from the south to the central midwest. It is beautiful here, but different, and I will always swoon over azaleas and dogwoods, our southern beauties.

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