Getting around the world when it's often difficult getting around the house.
I don’t have a tulip left in my garden, Kay! As our blossoms in BC are waning the Alberta blossoms are just beginning. Late bloomers are a sweet reminder that spring really has come. Glad you are warming up to the season. :)
Beautiful blossoms they are and isn't it wonderful to finally see some color -- other than gray!! Terrific captures as always, Kay! Hope your week is off to a great start!Sylvia
Great to see those blossoms!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Your blossoms may have arrived later than ours, but they are beautiful!
the blooms are so prettyI have to also mention, every single time I see Lindy on the sidebar I smile :)
Hi - very nice set of flowers.Thanks for spotting the missign "marsupial" predator in my post - all fixed. If a Tasmanian Devil was really larger than a Polar Bear I think I would be a bit less comfortable on walks in the bush!Cheers - Stewart M - Australia
My mom love the cherry bushed..it's so beutiful
Hey Kay!Love your pics of blooms! Very pretty. Thanks so much for always taking the time to stop by my blog. It is so very appreciated.Take Care,AntonetteJottings From Jersey
the blossoms are beautiful. and the tulips are finally arriving in our COLD part of the world!
Pictures of blossoms are always so beautiful! These are great, anhd I love the white and yellow color scheme.
Such lovely blossoms - a sure sign of spring!
Beautiful shots of flowers. Very colorful.
Nice flower shots, but I still prefer "the happy dog" in your sidebar, lol !
Spring has arrived at your house, beautiful blossoms
Spring is definitely in the air in your part of the world. pretty blooms!
It's such a magical time when the cherry blossoms start to bloom. I love how soft and gentle those cherry blossoms look and how bright, cheerful and promising those tulips are smiling at us. They are the harbingers of good weather - a time to celebrate. Enjoy!
Hurrah! All that patient waiting was worth it for such a reward:-)
Dear Kay, thanks so much for these lovely pictures, flowers bringing good energies for our day here, a show of colors!HugsLéia
Beautiful flowers, Kay. I have never seen a Saskatoon Berry bush though I have eaten the jam.
i love blogging - it lets me take part in spring over and over and over... LOVE those yellow tulips... and the name "Saskatoon Berry."
I missed the tulips this year at my favorite Botanical Gardens. The yellows really brighten our gloomy day today, weird Spring weather we have.Love the shot looking down the flowers.
The flowers are lovely.Our human did not feel like blogging this week. We may be back next week, hopefully.
Gotta love it when nature struts her stuff!
Hooray for Spring. Makes my heart start dancing for you. Beautiful flowers. (I have asked our daughter to hold on to her spring flowers until July when we're back in Oregon...I'm sure she'll try! ;>)
Oh, I bet that feels really good. My Mom's tulips sprouted early and then we got a bad freeze. They all died back and never had any blossoms. There were lots of tulips at the Skagit festival, so they must do something to protect them. - Margy
Yae for spring! I love all your flowers.
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