Blossom

01/05/2013

blos·som  (blsm)
n.
1. A flower or cluster of flowers.
2. The condition or time of flowering: peach trees in blossom.
3. A period or condition of maximum development. See Synonyms at bloom1.
intr.v. blos·somed, blos·som·ing, blos·soms
1. To come into flower; bloom.
2. To develop; flourish: The child blossomed into a beauty.




It was blossom, it was sunny, it was fluffy pale pink clouds.
Heavenly indeed!! This is why Spring is my favorite time of year!!

19 comments:

  1. Blossom always reminds me of my Mum...she loved the trees full of blossom ;-)
    Have a lovely day, Anya.
    xx

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    1. OHH me too Catherine - so opulent and fantastic:)

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  2. I adore blossoms, they are my favourite trees :)) And the one in front of my house has finally blossomed, it's so gorgeous!! I hope you enjoy your day sweets xx

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    1. Gorgeous right - just make me happy when everything blooms.
      Axx

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  3. Your trees seem to be a couple of weeks ahead of ours. :) I cannot wait for these blooms to appear - love them so much! x

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    1. Do you know this is the only one in bloom - think it is in a sunny spot - all the others are about to bloom, but this one was the first - and got photographed :)))

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  4. I love it! I've been taking so many pictures of all the blossoms here, I think we're all just glad that spring has finally arrived. Beautiful pics! xo

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  5. i love waiting for flowers to bloom. it's like a renewal of the spirit.
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    1. Thanks Geraldine - hope it's sunny in London:)

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  7. Wonderful pics, ahhhhhh
    XXXXXXXXXX

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