Blossom Beginnings


Minute amounts of dainty pink blossoms are beginning to appear on the cherry trees at the lake. A dot here, a dab there, I relish their beauty, no matter how few blossoms there are. Blossom beginnings make me smile. In another week or two there will be more, and then the trees will be in full bloom. I love this time of year while walking at the lake, peering at the trees beginning their spring renewal. It is especially wonderful to see the blossoms as they become a massive blur of pinkness when they are at their peak.

The photos above were taken the other morning.


Filed under Lorri's Blog, Photography

6 responses to “Blossom Beginnings

  1. Thanks for sharing these beautiful early signs of Spring. We’re beginning to get some here in Tennessee, although we’re faced with freezing rain and ice today.

  2. Thanks for the visit, George. I hope it begins to warm up a bit.

  3. But it’s like you barely had winter! We had sub freezing temps today. Love to see those little pink buds. Thank you for sharing.

    • I hear you, Leora. Being a native New Yorker, I understand those temps. I understand sub freezing temps. SoCa doesn’t normally get those types of temps, so it does seem like we didn’t have winter, so to speak.

  4. Very nice, Lorri! We barely had winter either and now we have tree blossoms and daffodils. Lovely photos!

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