Tuesday, March 6, 2012

3/7 Outdoor Wednesday # 165

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The Bradford pear trees are blooming! I had to take my camera when I headed out to run errands today so I could take some pictures to share with you. It was a beautiful day. The white blooms against the blue sky… who could ask for more?

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33 comments:

  1. The white fence adds drama to the blooms! Very lovely!

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  2. Beautiful shots of the Bradford Pear trees. It was an absolutely gorgeous day in my area today also.
    I could not stay inside.
    Thanks for hosting.

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  3. The trees are gorgeous. So many of them.

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  4. One of my very favorite sights seeing all these beautiful pear tree full of blooms. I had one, but the Texas drought took care of it last year. You live in paradise on earth.

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  5. Wonderful photos of this Spring display!
    Thank you for hosting.

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  6. If they didn''t smell so foul! Beautiful pics!

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  7. Bradford pears are blooming here in Oklahoma too! They look like big poofy clouds. I just love them! Thanks for hosting!
    Miss Bloomers

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  8. Thanks for sharing those beautiful pictures of the Bradford pear trees and for hosting the party!

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  9. Thanks for hosting! I had to start a new blog lost the old one so come and visit me Joann

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  10. We are no where near ready for blossoms here. We woke up to a skiff of snow this morning but it was sunny and clear.
    Very pretty shots and I would imagine they smell wonderful.

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  11. Luscious looking pear trees. Thanks for sharing.
    Joyce M

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  12. Just gorgeous!
    the only whites i'll be seeing tomorrow is.. BLOOMING snow!!
    hugs!
    Loui♥

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  13. Soooo pretty! It will be a few more months before our trees look like that.

    Joining in today.

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  14. Hi Susan, the Bradford pears are awesome. We do not have these trees in bloom yet. Soon I hope.
    Thanks for hosting.
    XO, Jeanne

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  15. oh my goodness they are spectacular!!

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  16. Beautiful shots of the gorgeous trees, love them!
    Thanks for hosting.

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  17. Beautiful blossom, we do not have any in full bloom yet.

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  18. Beautiful! I am not familiar with Bradford pears. In California, I have Asian pears in our orchard. Can't wait, they're so yummy!

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  19. wow these are gorgeous shots!! I love pear trees!!

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  20. So pretty.. that white fence sure adds to the picture.. Any of ya'll doing the Peaches to Beaches yard sale on Highway 341 this weekend?
    hugs, Cherry

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  21. The Bradford Pears are absolutely gorgeous! Reminds me of Anne of Green Gables' "White Way of Delight"! ;~D

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  22. They're beautiful!! Our trees in Delaware are still pretty bare, but I look forward to them blossoming.

    -:¦:- Featured Photo: River Aerial View -:¦:-

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  23. Oh, I love bradford pears. Thanks for hosting.

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  24. your trees are white from blooms, mine is whote from frost. :)

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  25. The bradford are all out in bloom here as well, and I think the pine pollen must be because my car which is red looks yellow. I have to use the wipers before I drive. The Bradfords always make me think of snow covered trees.

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  26. I love Bradford Pear blooms. Great pics! I took some pictures of my azaleas yesterday. Just linked them up.

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  27. Gosh the trees in bloom are beautiful!We won't see that for another 6-8 weeks. I am so happy you posted that inspirational spring treat! Sunny109

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  28. Lovely blooms on the trees. It will be a while before we see anything like that.

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  29. Hi there, I just stopped by for a visit, love your Georgia blog! Pretty bradford pear blooms!
    Thanks, Dorothy

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  30. Susan, Aren't they gorgeous? There are in full bloom in NC as well and just so lovely! super photos!

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  31. they are gorgeous..heading outside to take some snapshot they are all over the street~ joining in- thanks! new follower!

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