Cherish is my favorite word, and I cherish the ability of turning the routine into a beautiful moment.
Nature creates in me, a spiritual and meditative time to bring peace, harmony and balance, into an otherwise ordinary day~
Mary Howell Cromer







Thursday, March 31, 2011

Bradford Pear Blossoms Fill The Sky~

Bradford Pear trees are in full bloom and seemed to fill the sky with their beauty~


Be sure to check out more 'Skywatch Friday' posts from around the world at: http://skyley.blogspot.com/
 

 








18 comments:

  1. Beautiful blossoms, and you've changed the header, I can't keep up with you, lol.

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  2. that is a pretty way to view the sky, last week the honesuckle was in blossom here and it looked like snow on the ground expect for the 90f heat

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  3. Gorgeous! Bradford Pear and Flowering Crab are the heralds of spring :O)

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  4. Wow Mary, when I looked at the thumbnail at skywatch I thought this was snow...such magnificent blossoms!

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  5. Unbelievably fine shots of the sun through the blossoms. What a moment!
    I'm intrigued by the watercolour you feature in the sidebar.

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  6. Oh, oh...before it goes any further...so sorry, but that is not the sun in those Bradford Pear tree blossoms, but rather a street lamp. Thank you so much for the lovely comments though~ Mary

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  7. HI Mary,
    That's a very impressive blossom... We do not have any of that now as the snow has just melted. But it rains, so I guess that if the sun pops up we might see the first flowers ;-) Beautiful pictures and very nice atmosphere you captured!

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  8. The journey through the Bradfort Pear tree blossoms was absolutely amazing. My favorite two shots are the ones with the street lamp looking like a light at the end of a tunnel. Awesome!
    Joyce M

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  9. The pear trees in blossom are breathtaking, Mary! What terrific captures for the day! What a beautiful sky they do make! Hope you have a wonderful weekend! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

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  10. such pretty blossoms! i love the hint of colours too :)

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  11. Wow, that is extraordinary - I've never seen anything like it. In my part of the world that would be snow on the trees!

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  12. Lovely shots Mary. When I first looked I thought you had snow again........

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  13. All the photos are lovely, but the first and the last shots are incredibly good!
    Rosie

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  14. Wow! These blooms are so overwhelming! I like to be under those trees just clicking my cameras! I could smell the sweet scent!

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  15. Absolutely beautiful your photo's are.

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  16. Faaaaaaaaaaaabuuuuuuuuuuuuuuulooooooooooooous.

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  17. OMG! at first look i tought it was snow covered tree...but they are flowers! Very very nice and charming images ;)

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  18. They aren't my favorite trees, but they are pretty. And your photos - wow!

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