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Thank you 🙂
Oh to see a cherry blossom in bloom! Beautiful.
Yes, blossom at last! It has seemed such a long wait.
Beautiful Sarah 🙂
Thank you, blondeusk 🙂 Spring is trying very hard to assert itself down south, if it weren’t for a cutting easterly wind.
So gorgeous… thanks for sharing this one!
Thank you, John. So glad you liked the picture.
Stunning image, Sarah. Reminds me of that old 1950’s Eddie Calvert piece. ‘Cherry pink and apple blossom white’. He was a really great trumpet player. 🙂
Ah, nostalgia, Sylvia. Yes, I know the Eddie Calvert piece. I remember my parents dancing to it. Here it is for those who haven’t heard the tune before.
Absolutely beautiful this Sarah 🙂 xxx
Thank, dear Sherri. Every time I see such beautiful blossom, I feel my spirits lift and a measure of inner peace come over me 🙂 xxxx
Wonderful, Sarah! And I like that the blue sky is peaking through the branches 🙂
Thank you, Christy. Oh yes, the blue backcloth is most important. Unfortunately, today it is grey backcloth, dispensing the occasional drizzle, but then cherry blossom with a light sprinkling of moisture looks quite pretty in a different way 🙂
I think your spring is about 2 weeks ahead of our spring.
I guess I’m located a bit further south than you. Also, my town is meant to have more hours of sunshine per year than the majority of the UK, although not convinced. I know there are lots of palm trees and other tropical niceties growing in our gardens!
oh the beautifully coiffed trees in spring!! Love this!
Coiffed — now that’s a word I haven’t used applied to trees, Cybele. A wonderful description.
aww, thanks! and then there is the expression of hair looking like a bird’s nest!! 😀
My hair used to look like a bird’s nest when I wore it shorter and hadn’t discovered the taming qualities of a tiny smear of olive oil and lavender essence upon my “twigs”!
LOVE cherry blossom, gorgeous Sarah.
Thank you, Andrea 🙂 Cherry blossom is so graceful and kind to the senses. Definitely something to fall in love with.
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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